One of the longest lines in Nashville isn’t to get into that new Broadway bar from another country star who happens to love beer, trucks, fishing, and beer - it’s for pancakes. Each weekend morning, people wrap around the block in front of the Pancake Pantry, which has been open since 1961. This daytime-only spot serves 23 varieties of pancakes, along with waffles, omelets, and sandwiches. Get the pecan or sweet potato pancakes, though if you had enough to drink last night that you ended up line dancing on a bar, the Pigs in a Blanket - three sausage links wrapped in fluffy buttermilk pancakes - should help you recover.
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