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- Thursday 
6am - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 24 Hours

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Recent Announcements

  • Welcome Back Deer Hunters As the woods turn from green to brown and hunters turn from camo to orange the deer activity is picking up.  We would like to wish you success on your hunt and be safe out there.  Make sure and stop in and fill up with any of our meals from breakfast, lunch or supper.  Our new appetizer is pickle fries and we now have pumpkin pie or pumpkin pancakes back for a limited time. We also have our new camo ball caps in stock for you to show off at camp.   Good Luck and Happy Hunting.
    Posted Oct 29, 2016, 9:18 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • Family Day I would like to welcome all your Truman family members and friends coming to Kirksville this weekend.  For 33 years we have been serving students and their families and look forward to serving yours.  Good Luck this weekend Bulldogs.
    Posted Sep 27, 2016, 10:51 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • Labor Day Weekend Wishing everyone a safe weekend.  If you're looking for something to do Saturday there is a home football game for the Bulldogs. 
    Posted Sep 3, 2016, 10:07 AM by Chuck Lewellen
  • Truman Students I would like to welcome all the new students to Kirksville and to all the returning students welcome back.  Pancake City has been serving college students since 1983 and we look forward to serving you also.  We have a Frequent Diner program that you can earn free or discounted meals or items so be sure to sign up and take advantage of this opportunity.  The NEMO triathalon/dualathon is September 11 and is held at Thousand Hills State Park if you are interested in participating or just watching put it on your calendar.  There is also a 5k for Suicide prevention sponsored by Hospice on September 17 sign up sheets can be picked up at Warehouse 660 located on Shepard ...
    Posted Aug 18, 2016, 10:02 AM by Chuck Lewellen
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