HIGHLANDS, NJ – On Sunday, April 27th at 1:00 PM, Highlands Mayor Frank Nolan, members of the Council and representatives from the Highlands Business Partnership will cut the ribbon for another great eatery, the Highlands Pancake House located at 168 Bay Avenue.

Pedro Carmona, proprietor of the Highlands Pancake House was born in Mexico and came to the United States at 16 years of age to live his “American Dream”. He previously owned a pizzeria in Highland Park, NJ for six (6) years before relocating to Highlands, Monmouth County, NJ.

Pedro is a resident of Leonardo and has many friends here in Highlands. He was visiting a friend during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and saw a restaurant on Bay Avenue that was badly damaged from the storm. He saw a great potential and decided to rebuild and make Highlands his home. Highlands Pancake House officially opened March 24, 2014.

The restaurant is a cozy BYOB and serves a wide variety of delicious entrees as well as an extensive breakfast and lunch menu. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 7AM to 10PM. Portions are plenty and the atmosphere is friendly. Please join us as we celebrate this milestone with our friend at the Highlands Pancake House.


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