GREEN BAY — For nearly 40 years, Pancake House on Green Bay's west side is know for serving its giant pancakes that come larger than the plate they are served on.
"It's been working for years, so why fix what isn't broken?" said Theresa Barlament, the owner of the restaurant.
The giant pancakes are favorites not only for locals of Green Bay, but also Packers players who recently move to the area.
"Davante Adams is a regular here. He usually reserves a spot," Barlament said. "I have also seen Brett Farve come in a few times over the years. Rodgers used to come here quite a bit during his early years."
Now, with the NFL Draft scheduled to kickoff Thursday evening, A newest member of the Packers will soon move to Green Bay and maybe embrace one of its popular eating establishment.
"Green Bay is a loving holsom community," Barlament said. "Who ever comes here will certainly enjoy it.