Brian’s 24, the only 24-hour restaurant in downtown San Diego, is celebrating their 5 year anniversary on Thursday, February 6. This family-run restaurant is honoring their father who passed in 2010. His children (current owners/operators, Brian and Andrea) jokingly say “Dad always loved the dogs more than us!” To mark the occasion, they’re doing the Pancake Monster Challenge ($29.99 to enter – free if you finish) from 6am-noon with all proceeds going to benefit the San Diego Humane Society.
Meet the Pancake Monster, a bohemeth the likes of which could draw Man Vs. Food's Adam Richman out of retirement. Competitors will be given one hour to consume the beast, made up of 3 fried eggs, 5 hotcakes, 4 strips of bacon, 2 sausage patties, an eight oz. ham steak, and an eight oz. fried steak, all served on a bed of special home fries
Brian’s 24 will be donating $5 for every person who enters the contest, $50 for every person who finishes, plus an additional $500 if five or more participants successfully complete the contest, and 10% of all sales for the day to the San Diego Humane Society. In addition, they will also be donating $1 to the Humane Society for every short or full stack ordered during the month of February.
Brian's 24 is located at 828 6th Ave. in downtown San Diego. For more information on Brian's 24, visit the website and follow on Facebook and Twitter.