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Polly’s Pancake Parlor Opens May 16th, Totally Rebuilt

Polly’s granddaughter, Kathy Cote, along with her husband Dennis, has operated Polly’s Pancake Parlor of Sugar Hill, New Hampshire in the same 65-seat carriage shed that Polly used to serve her customers on day one in 1938. Last year they decided it was time to make the change: that shed would be torn down and a new, larger facility would be built in its place. Longtime customers were apprehensive about the change, but the Cotes let out a big sigh of relief when they heard from loyal fans, “It’s just like the old one only bigger.” They open Saturday, May 16th. Read more about Polly’s on the New Hampshire Public Radio website.

Polly’s Pancake Parlor of NH Expanding, Moving to Year-Round Operation

Polly’s Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill, NH, founded in 1938, is the premier pancake spot in New England. They make their own maple cream and maple sugar, grind the organic grains for their buckwheat, corn, and whole wheat pancakes, and make a stupendously good topping, known as Hurricane Sauce, of apples cooked in maple syrup and butter. There are only two negatives that we can think of: it’s very popular but seats only 65, and it closes from October until spring. And that’s about to change. Continue reading

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