Welcome to the
Olde North
Pancake House
About Us
A replica of Boston's 18th century Old North Church is home to Olde North Pancake House.  The Old North Church, historical landmark of America, still stands in Boston today.  It was built in 1723.  Signal lanterns made famous by Longfellow's poem "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" were hung in the bellfry of the tower.  The Old North steeple stands as a reminder of our heritage in the struggle for liberty & freedom!

The Olde North Pancake House was built in the fall of 1963, with constant growth
of the Western Suburbs, the founding officers had a vision of a destination of fine
food in an early American setting.  Olde North Pancake House changed owners
a couple of times before a Business Woman from Wheaton (Alma Horan)
purchased the restaurant in 1973.  Since then, we are celebrating 40 years a
s a leader in the food service industry!

A rustic country antique decor make patrons feel at home, especially in cold wheather when the enormous fireplace keeps everyone warm and adds a glow to a friendly atmosphere.  Generations have grown up on Olde North's fare and return with their children to carry on.  So sit back, relax and let our friendly staff serve you 13 kinds of pancakes, Crepes to satisfy any appetite.  Call ahead, seating is available any day anytime.  We hope to see you!
Olde North Pancake House Dining Room