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Chace's Pancake Corral

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1606 Bellevue Way SE
Bellevue, WA 98004
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(425) 454-8888
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if you have not ate here you are missing out!! my buddy and i ate here after a long night and were BLOWN AWAY!! great service, a nice clientèle, and FANTASTIC food. chaces is my ...

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AMAZING!! 9/18/2009

if you have not ate here you are missing out!! my buddy and i ate here after a long night and were BLOWN AWAY!! great service, a nice clientèle, and FANTASTIC food. chaces is my new favorite breakfast location!! i hopped right out of ihop and chaced my buddies into chaces more

Best pancakes/breakfast in town 2/14/2009

We love Chace's - food is great, service is fabulous and it's so much better than most other brunch places around. Pity about wait (as it's REALLY popular) but, in some ways, it's part of the charm. They even had heart-shaped pancakes on Valentine's Day. more

Family Friendly Neighborhood Restaurant 8/8/2006

If you can time it so that you don't have to wait long for a table this is a very family friendly restaurant. The service is fast, food is yummy and kid pleasing and they'll bring peanut butter & saltine crackers if your kids just can't wait until their order is ready. Waitresses are good natured and un-phased by having lots of kids underfoot and there are always a lot of other families. We eat there once a week and love the buckwheat banana and potato pancakes. more

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if it weren't in Bellevue, perfect 12/29/2005

If you don't mind driving out to West Bellevue, I highly recommend Chace's. Very much the best greasy breakfast in the area. more

Chace’s Pancake Corral: A Family Tradition in South Bellevue for 48 Years 11/5/2005

One thing that makes Chace’s Pancake Corral very unique is that it is the only restaurant anywhere close to its south Bellevue neighborhood. Something else that makes it very unusual is that it has been around for 48 years. That means that they have been doing something right – good food at good prices, with friendly, neighborly service. Bill “Harry” Chase opened the Pancake Corral in 1958, after co-founding and eventually selling the Coffee Corral restaurants in Seattle. Over the years, many of Chase’s family members and people from surrounding neighborhoods have worked at Pancake Corral, serving many neighbors, regular diners and visitors who have heard about Chace’s from their friends who let them in on the “secret”. The truth is that Pancake Corral is a very popular destination for people from all over the Eastside and beyond. Many times, especially on the weekends, there will be a line to get into the place and it is more than apparent that visitors know the food is worth waiting for. The menu contains a lot of options from bacon and eggs, to many different choices of pancakes and waffles including buttermilk, sourdough, buckwheat, blueberry, strawberry and potato pancakes, sour cream, strawberry, blueberry, original waffles and of course a favorite of the kids: the chocolate waffle, complete with whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Bill Chase was a very popular figure, and loved the game of golf. He held regular Bill Chace golf tournaments both in Hawaii and Sequim before he passed away in 2001 at the of age 91. Bill’s daughter Jane Zakskorn, who has had an active role in the restaurant for many years, keeps Chace’s going with the support of a very friendly staff. We hope that Chace’s will be around to serve the neighborhood for at least another 48 years. Chace's Pancake Corral, 1606 Bellevue Way S.E., Bellevue; 425-454-8888. Open 5:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, 6 am-3 pm Saturday, 6:30 am-3pm Sunday. Author’s Note: Bill and Jane were both good friends of my late grandfather, Don Kennedy who was a regular at Chace’s for many years. As a kid, my parents visited The Pancake Corral often – sometimes more than once a day. While attending Bellevue High, I put in many hours as a dishwasher at Chace’s and had a number of friends that also worked there. I enjoyed those days, but definitely like eating at Chace’s more than I liked washing dishes. This article first appeared in Eastside Business Monthly and at EastsideBusiness.com. more

Breakfast for the un-chained 5/30/2005

My girlfriend and I searched and searched for a non-chain breakfast place that doesn't feel the need to be fancy and turn french toast into vanilla-enfused, almond-encrusted ridiculousness. We came across Chase's. The food was quite good. Nice, not-greasy basic breakfast fare with lare pancakes and perfect hash browns. And when I ordered my bacon well-done, it actually came pretty crispy. It's not cheap, but it's fairly well-priced. My only complaint is the same complaint I have everywhere I go. Why can't anyone make a breakfast with one or two pancakes, half an order of hash browns, and two slices of bacon? That's all I ever want and I always have to cobble it together from sides and entrees and complicated trades with others at the table. That aside, I was pretty happy with Chase's. Not sure if it's worth the drive over the bridge, but it's pretty good. more
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