Skinny Pancake Updates: Full Table Service and a Full Bar Coming Right Up


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Alix Klingenstein

Make Your Reservation!

The Skinny Pancake needs no introduction and has been a nucleus of Vermont culture since their humble debut in 2003 in Burlington.   Perhaps it is that very first crêpe served off old flooring balanced on a "junked sailboat trailer" that makes their story so intriguing.  Toss in some 'local' with farmers and neighbors, the quintessential music and a following is launched.  Check out their History and Mission!  It'swonderful tale.  
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In the spring of 2016, the Adler boys, Jonny and Benjy, opened their first Skinny Pancake outside of Vermont in downtown Hanover, following masterful influence tactics by the Upper Valley.  It has become a Hanover staple for its locally sourced ingredients, friendly staff and welcoming feel, including patrons simply browsing the world at their fingertips.  

THE news now August is a change in service with line-ups to become obsolete.  As of next week, Hanover ushers in the first full table service of the Skinny Empire.  Michael Cyr, the marketing manager with whom I recently met, along with corporate, decided with a recent survey that people here like certainty. They want to make a reservation and they don't want to stand in line.  For all of us who might not appreciate waiting in line in general, not to mention general joint discomfort, this is welcomed news.


Along with full table service, a full liquor bar must certainly follow...And it does.  The Skinny Pancake will now feature its 22 beers alongside the Scottish malts and special gins, vodkas, tonics and Rusty Nails as well as so much more in order to please a varied cocktail crowd.  Belgian Sours, Freeport's Maine Beer Company, and New Belgium of Colorado- to call out a few-will continue to lead the way for the craft beer crowd, of course.

The popularity of the craft beers continues to surge with Michael also indicating that several of their brews take part in 1% For The Planet.  The following excerpt is from this Planet's bio:
-What does your beer do? By purchasing from 1% for the Planet craft beer members like New Belgium Brewing, Ace Hill, Vasen Brewing, Maine Beer Company and others, you’ll be helping to support nonprofits who are making an impact in environmental issues like bicycle advocacy, clean water, reforestation and more. Plus our craft beer members embrace sustainable practices and make some of the tastiest beers on the planet. 

Physical changes will entail closing off the open kitchen aspect, another first for the properties.
As for the brawny eater, you will be relieved to know that a great meal out won't have to entail a fresh crêpe; you will most likely be tempted by some of the new hardy menu additions and creations.

The Skinny Pancake is at 3 Lebanon Street in downtown Hanover. From breakfast through dinner, Group Munchies, savory and sweet crêpes, burgers and salads, there is a lot in which to indulge- a sort of delightful excess of choice.  They are open daily but check their site for updates!  
The website has an online ordering section and a fun section called have your cake catering full of information about catering services for your next event now also well stocked with full-service bar.

Skinny will be closed at the start of the new week Monday and Tuesday in order to prepare for its full service debut starting Thursday the 24th August.

The telephone number is 603-277-9115


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