Get ready Lawrenceville...your new PJ's Pancake House is opening its doors on Thursday (February 10th). I know you're excited. Bring your appetite.

The wait is almost over. If you're like me, you've been following the progress of the new restaurant/tavern for months now....it looks fabulous, doesn't it? It's in the spot on Route 1 South where Michael's Diner was. What a difference. I always hope to get a red light so I can check out the work from afar. Lol.

This will be the 6th PJ's Pancake House in the area, with locations in Princeton, West Windsor, Kingston, Ewing, and Robbinsville. The Kingston location also has a bakery.

The new Lawrenceville location went through an extensive remodel, right down to the parking lot. An outdoor seating area has been added as well.

Owner John Procaccini told me it will be similar to the Robbinsville location with a full bar. I can't wait to check it out. It will be a great place to meet your friends.

Procaccini is very excited about the expansion. He told me, "We're excited to carry on the tradition of Michael's for many more years to come and become embodied in the great town of Lawrenceville. Our hope is to fulfill the expectations of the locals and support them in any way we can."

PJ's pancakes are simply the best. I hope Lawrenceville will have the Pancake Sampler that the other locations have...my favorites are the peanut butter chocolate chip, the Nutella, banana and strawberry, and the s'mores pancakes. Omg...they're so good.

Good luck, John. I'm sure PJ's Lawrenceville will be a huge success.

Save me a table. I'll be in soon.

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