Myrtle Beach is cluttered with pancake houses. The rest of the state has a Waffle House every couple miles but in Myrtle Beach, every hundred yards sits a pancake house.
Perhaps also famous for their famous wafflecam, the Woodhaven Pancake House offers 44 varieties of omelets plus a large selection of Belgian Waffles, pancakes and French toast.
Chad ordered the Veggie Deluxe omelet stuffed with broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions and peppers. He substituted the American cheese with feta and really liked it.
His omelet also came with a shortstack of pancakes– a big hearty meal for under $7.
I went for the Reese’s Belgian waffle. Light and fluffy and topped with peanut butter chips, chocolate chips and whipped cream, this was a little piece of Heaven. I am not a person who normally orders sweet stuff for breakfast, but I couldn’t pass up the peanut butter and chocolate combination. It was like a peanut butter and jelly waffle with the blueberry syrup.
There are many other options on the menu including Eggs Benedict and the New York Strip and Eggs. Plus, the lunch menu is served all day as well.
We didn’t try any other pancake house while in Myrtle Beach and I am not sure we need to. Woodhaven had anything we could possibly crave for breakfast.