Pancake City is Kirksville's finest breakfast establishment. We have flipped pancakes, baked biscuits, and sizzled sausage for 27 years. We've built quite a reputation for generous portions big enough for the traveling man or woman. Our plates are generous enough to satisfy even the biggest of college appetites.  Everyone knows about Kirksville's Pancake City.

We personally invite any resident or passerby to visit our restaurant, for breakfast or to just hang out.  You're guaranteed to go away satisfied with your meal and pleased with our friendly service.  Pancake City is a great place to eat in Kirksville.


Hours of Operation
Sunday: 12:00am - 9:00pm
Monday: 6am - 12:00am
Tuesday - Saturday: 24 Hours

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  • Late Night at the City If you are out late at night and hungry stop by and let us fill you up.  We have coffee on and a place for you to study in the early morning hours. 
    Posted Aug 23, 2014, 9:54 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • Welcome Back If you are new to Kirksville or coming back from the summer vacation we are glad you're back.  Pancake City is proud to have been a part of so many college students lives since 1983.  We hope to continue to serve you both day and night with great service and great food.  We look forward to seeing all of you and making you feel like we are part of your extended family. 
    Posted Aug 14, 2014, 10:42 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • 2013 I want to thank everyone for allowing us to serve you again this year.  2013 marks our 30th year anniversary and as we start on our 31rst we will strive to be better than we have ever been.  Looking back to 2013 we have had a loss in our family (Mary Ellen) she was a great lady and we will miss her.  This last year seemed to have more bad weather than I can remember from snow and ice, drought,  and rain that wouldn't stop, not to mention some really cold and extremely hot days.  If it wasn't for you we never would have made it for 30 years.  Thanks again and may 2014 be better than 2013 ...
    Posted Dec 28, 2013, 11:05 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • Merry Christmas Well it looks like we will have a white Christmas this year.  I hope everyone will take the time and remember what the true meaning of Christmas is.  May you enjoy time with your family and loved ones.  As I look back over the last year I know this Christmas will be without some of those that have had a special place in our lives.  May God grant those families a peace over the holidays.  Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.
    Posted Dec 23, 2013, 7:48 AM by Chuck Lewellen
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