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A new IHOP is coming to north Fort Worth

IHOP burns in north Fort Worth

Breakfast customers at the IHOP on Quebec Street at Loop 820 had to eat, then run, as fire tore through the roof of the restaurant shortly after 7 am Thursday. No injuries were reported, and the cause is still being investigated.
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Breakfast customers at the IHOP on Quebec Street at Loop 820 had to eat, then run, as fire tore through the roof of the restaurant shortly after 7 am Thursday. No injuries were reported, and the cause is still being investigated.

You know an area has truly made it when an IHOP is in development.

All right, probably not, but far north Fort Worth near Saginaw is still getting one.

According to development plans submitted with the city, the new IHOP restaurant will be constructed at 4600 W. Bailey Boswell Road, next to the existing MOD Pizza. The plans say the restaurant will be 3,716 square feet.

There likely isn’t a soul in the U.S. who isn’t familiar with the smiling blue signs that have served as a homing beacon for breakfast and pancake enthusiasts alike. IHOP was one of the first chain restaurants that started offering all-day breakfast, before Instagram popularized brunch and brinner (breakfast for dinner) became a thing.

Despite a bit of a marketing stumble last year (cough, IHOb, cough), IHOP became the largest casual dining chain in February with more than 1,700 locations nationwide.

No construction timeline has been set.

Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.
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