As for the IHOP-inspired menu, there will be a Build Your Own Pancake Bar, with a choice of made-in-house pancakes or oatmeal as a base and a variety of mix-ins and toppings from the Top It Off bar (fresh fruit, chocolate chips, caramel sauce, etc). You can also get an assortment of egg sandwiches, breakfast burritos, crispy chicken sandwiches, freshly-squeezed juice, grab-and-go salads, burgers, baked goods, nitro cold brew, and more, according to the company.
IHOP plans to open its first Flip’d in Atlanta in April 2020, and is also considering opening locations in New York City, Washington, DC, Denver, and San Francisco. The company is focusing on "addressing a growing consumer demand in densely populated city centers," and we should be focused on moving to these densely populated city centers as quickly as possible. See you at the pancake bar.