Hatch to celebrate National Pancake Day in Huntington, donate proceeds


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The hot new brunch spot Hatch on Main Street in Huntington Village will be celebrating National Pancake Day on Tuesday, March 5, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To help mark the holiday, Hatch is donating 100 percent of its proceeds on pancake sales to the Family Service League, a local social service agency (scroll down to learn more about them). 

Guests at Hatch may choose from the following pancakes:

Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes $8.75

Buttermilk pancakes topped with house-made vanilla-rum crème anglaise, caramelized pineapple and cinnamon butter

Blueberry Danish Pancakes $8.75

Buttermilk pancakes with zesty lemon cream cheese filling, topped with fresh blueberry compote, sweet cream and toasted almond streusel

Seasonal Pancakes: Maple Bacon Pecan $8.95

Buttermilk pancakes with maple glazed smoked bacon, butter pecan filling, topped with toasted pecans and bourbon maple syrup

Chocolate Chip Pancakes $8.75

Buttermilk pancakes with Nutella cream filling, topped with chocolate ganache, dark and white chocolate chips, fresh whipped cream

Peanut Butter Cup Pancakes $8.75

Buttermilk pancakes topped with peanut butter glaze, chocolate ganache, peanut butter chips

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes $8.75

Cinnamon swirl buttermilk pancakes, creamy butter pecan filling, topped with cream cheese glaze and toasted pecans

Classic Buttermilk Pancakes $8.25

Signature buttermilk pancakes with sweet cinnamon butter

Peanut Butter and Banana Stuffed French Toast $11.50

Topped with bourbon maple syrup

Flight of Pancakes $11.25

Choose a combination of any three pancake flavors and get the best of all worlds

* Hatch is located at 286 Main Street in Huntington. Call 631-242-0780

About Family Service League:

Since its inception in 1926, as a grass roots social service agency, the Huntington-based Family Service League has grown dramatically — achieving national accreditation and expanding our scope of influence and support throughout Long Island.

Today, more than 50,000 individuals in need, from newborns to centenarians, rely on the social safety net that Family Service League provides.

Presently, the organization operates 60+ social service programs in more than 20 locations, situated primarily in Suffolk County.

The tireless staff, numbering more than 700 professionals and support personnel, provides both physical and emotional aid to Long Island’s most vulnerable citizens. Family Service League gives seniors companionship and purpose, provides hope and protection for the homeless, allay the fears and desperation of young adults consumed by addiction or mental illness, and offers nourishment and shelter to the working poor facing insurmountable financial burdens.

Most importantly, they strive to keep vulnerable families strong and supported.

The five Family Centers feature up to twenty distinct social services consolidated into one help center — enabling fragile families to take advantage of multiple, integrated services in a more efficient and cohesive way. The Family Service League can proudly say that 88 cents of every dollar is directed toward assistance programs for families in need.