FDR’s Co-Founder Scott Randolph has a longstanding relationship with the IHOP restaurant brand and has recently been serving as head of culinary for the organization. Because of that, Scott was featured in a recent production of A&E’s “Tiny House Nation,” which showcased the production of the “Tiny IHOP,” something that’s better seen than explained. Check out this video to see what we mean.
From the company’s official press release: The Tiny IHOP is a mere 170 square feet and equipped with a functional kitchen, pancake griddle, restaurant seating for six and IHOP staples such as a syrup caddy stowed in custom-built shelving. IHOP is opening the miniature restaurant’s doors for four nights in December, with a reservation-only dinner series in Los Angeles featuring a one-of-a-kind menu inspired by popular IHOP dishes.
Reservations are available exclusively to members of MyHOP, the brand’s pancake perks email club program. The Tiny IHOP Dinner Series will take place Thursday, December 12 through Sunday, December 15 at a secret location in Los Angeles. Guests will be seated in the Tiny IHOP’s four-person communal booth – inspired by classic IHOP restaurant seating – or at its two-person pancake bar overlooking the tiny kitchen.
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