Food & Bars

IHOP Is Building A Tiny Restaurant That’ll Pop Up Somewhere In L.A. This December

By Malia Wooten

Sometimes you’ve gotta think small!

You’ve probably seen the A&E binge-worthy show called Tiny House Nation, but would you have imagined you’d ever about a tiny restaurant?

The International House of Pancakes is teaming up with the reality show along with hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Griffin to bring a first-of-its-kind build to Los Angeles. The 170 square feet tiny IHOP will be equipped with a functional kitchen, pancake griddle, seating for six, as well we beloved restaurant staples like a syrup caddy stowed in custom-built shelving! The private pop-up is opening its miniature doors for four nights in December and will feature a special menu inspired by the chain’s popular dishes.

Reservations are available exclusively to MyHOP members, otherwise known as the brand’s pancake perks program. If you’re not apart of the e-mailing list, signing up is quick and easy! Just be sure to sign up before October 20 at midnight to secure a chance to dine at the one and only Tiny IHOP in the world!

The Tiny IHOP Dinner Series will take place Thursday, December 12 through Sunday, December 15 at a secret location in Los Angeles, California with seatings offered at 5 pm, 7:30 pm and 10 pm.

Learn more about the Tiny IHOP, here!

Featured photo courtesy of IHOP

Also published on Medium.