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Scramble to Serve Up Bottomless, Er, Topless, Er, Endless Pancakes on National Pancake Day

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National Pancake Day? Please, unless you're doing an endless stack of flapjacks, the last thing we need is to waste time celebrating yet another senseless Hallmark-style food holiday.

Oh wait, Scramble's doin' an endless flapjack stack? Never mind.

On Monday, September 26 (National freakin' Pancake Day), Scramble, the contemporary breakfast joint in North Phoenix, will be servin' up pan pies 'til you say stop, when you order your first stack of any style -- that includes buttermilk, multi-grain, caramel banana, triple berry, or chocolate chip.

The promotion runs all day, so have breakfast for lunch or breakfast for breakfast, or whatever.

And don't worry about the syrup, that's endless, too.

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