Uncle Bill’s Pancake House

Our building was constructed in 1908 as a home, and was used as a flower shop, real estate office, and for other purposes before Uncle Bill McElroy opened Uncle Bill’s in 1961. Or rather, half of it was Uncle Bill’s – the south end was a barbershop until 1999. Paul Allen Van Amburgh bought the restaurant in 1973, remodeled the place a bit, and added a few tables. In 2000 the restaurant expanded again into the space vacated by the barbershop, and we opened the outdoor patio. The restaurant remains in the Van Amburgh family, who are happy to welcome you for breakfast and lunch every day.

Manhattan Beach

American, Breakfast Spot

($1-$9), ($10-$19)

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