WATCH: Merritt Island Pancake House Offers ‘Park and Dine’ to Serve Customers While Fighting COVID-19

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located at 950 N. Courtenay Pkwy.

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: The Friday Night locker Room was live from the Merritt Island Pancake House as Orville Susong and Steve Wilson showed the innovative way the restaurant is fighting COVID-19.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – Merritt Island Pancake House spoke with the Friday Night Locker Room’s Steve Wilson and Orville Susong recently about the way their business is handling COVID-19. 

Owners Steve and Kelly Martin of the Merritt Island Pancake House, located at 950 N. Courtenay Pkwy., have come up with the “Park and Dine” strategy at their restaurant.

Customers drive in and have their orders taken from their vehicles while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Food is brought to your vehicle on a tray that is cleaned after every use as you dine in your vehicle.

Kelly has been a nurse at Rockledge Regional for more than 30 years and Steve has been in retail for 30 years.

The Merritt Island Pancake House hours of operation are Monday-Sunday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call 321-501-5996 to place your order.

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