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This Tiny IHOP Will Make Your Dining Experience So Much More Intimate


The nation's avid fascination with tiny homes has just been brought to the next level because IHOP now has its own "tiny home" restaurant.

Yes, you heard that correctly — officially deemed "the world's tiniest IHOP restaurant," the IHOP Tiny Home in Los Angeles, Calif. only serves six guests at once, and features an exclusive, one-of-a-kind menu, including new twists on IHOP classics. So, how does one eat at the tiny IHOP?  

Here's what you need to know about how to eat at the tiny IHOP.

Avid pancake fans and general breakfast enthusiasts around the world have been hungrily eyeing IHOP's latest ~tiny~ creation, which was announced on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

The tiny IHOP is a collab with A&E’s hit series, “Tiny House Nation,” according to the press release. Standing at a slight 170 square feet and decked out with a totally functional kitchen, (obviously) a pancake griddle, seating for six, and the chain's signature slew of syrups, it makes for a dream dining experience.