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Snooze Serves Classic Flapjacks, Gives Back to San Antonio Community for National Pancake Day

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ASHLEY DAVIS FOR SNOOZE, AN A.M EATERY
  • Ashley Davis for Snooze, an A.M Eatery
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery is celebrating National Pancake Day from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 with throwback pancake specialties and donations to local community gardens.

Snooze, a Denver-based restaurant chain that recently opened its third San Antonio location, will feature signature pancakes and past flavor favorites — among them King Cake, Coffee N' Donuts and Strawberry Fields — for one day, donating all pancake sales to garden organizations. Since 2014, Snooze has given back $77,500 to community gardens throughout the nation.
SNOOZE, AN A.M. EATERY
  • Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
Pancake lovers can stop by the Strand location to give to the community garden at Oak Hills Terrace Elementary School; the Vineyard location to donate to the San Antonio Food Bank; or the Quarry location to give back to Gardopia Gardens, an educational organization that oversees the gardens and chicken coops at Hemisfair.

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