Fort Worth, TX (RestaurantNews.com) The Original Pancake House DFW (OPH-DFW) held their official Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting on October 6, 2016. Owners Mark Davis Bailey and Jonathan Seyoum along with the company president, Kevin Payne, and Mayor Betsy Price cut the ribbon and welcomed guests from the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and the Metro Black Chamber of Commerce.
Guests were treated to a food tasting with several delicious signature dishes. The new Fort Worth OPH-DFW location is now home to over 65 Associates. It will support the local community by participating in many local activities. OPH-DFW donated a portion of sales during Grand Opening to the Tarrant Area Food Bank. OPH-DFW also kicked off a fundraising campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness where 10% of sales will be donated every Tuesday in October. The new Fort Worth team of Associates showed their support by wearing pink aprons.
OPH-DFW Fort Worth is also participating on the local Frog Saver Mobile App with a limited time $10 off coupon. It will also support the Texas Christian University with a new program called “Frog Tuesdays” where faculty, staff and students will receive a discount every Tuesday starting in November when they present their university identification.
About The Original Pancake House DFW
The Original Pancake House DFW has been creating made from scratch freshness in the DFW area since 1987. The local franchise, owned by Mark Davis Bailey and Jonathan Seyoum, currently serves the North Texas community with eight locations. The combination of quality and hospitality at each location is the basis for why families have kept returning to The Original Pancake House for 29 years in the DFW area and over 60 years nationwide. For more information about The Original Pancake House franchise in Texas, visit www.ophdfw.com or find OPH on Facebook www.facebook.com/ophdfw