Lubbock Pancake House Wins Money, The Annual Nutella Show In Vote

Lubbock’s Pancake House, a city staple since the 1950s, became one of six restaurants to receive a “Fancake Award” in an inaugural vote by Nutella fans.

Nutella has asked pancake lovers across the country to nominate their favorite independently-owned pancake restaurants, according to a Nutella press release.

According to the statement, the various votes were narrowed down to the top six offering “the best pancake recipes and warm ambiance for warm and memorable pancake breakfasts.”

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The winners of the first Nutella Fancake Awards are:

  • Steve’s Diner in Exeter, New Hampshire.
  • Pie Store in Franklin, Tennessee.
  • Magnolia Pancake Haus in San Antonio.
  • Pancake House, 510 Ave. Q, in Lubbock.
  • Ricas Crepas in Los Angeles, California.
  • Cedric’s Family Restaurant in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

The winners also received a fantastic bonus, a $5,000 grant, a Fancakes Cup and a year’s supply of Nutella. The offer translates to $4,000 or eight packs of Nutella per month.

The Pancake House, 510 Ave.  Q, will receive a Nutella Fancakes Prize, along with $5,000 and a year's supply in June 2022.

Pancake House cook Lionel Orosco said they just discovered the prize last week.

“We got a letter in the mail that we won last week, around Friday,” Orosco told AJ newspaper on Thursday. “We put everything together this week.”

According to the statement, the company will also meet with restaurants and create “an exclusive Nutella pancake recipe that embodies how special each spot is to their local community.”

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