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National Pancake & Waffle House Expands And Rebrands as Mexican Restaurant

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WILLIAMSBURG-National Pancake & Waffle House on Pocahontas Trail has expanded its hours and menu offerings, rebranding as the new Los Paisanos Mexican Restaurant & Grill.

The restaurant, which remains under the same ownership, will continue to serve National Pancake & Waffle House’s breakfast fare, but will also now be open for lunch and dinner serving Mexican cuisine.

The menu for Los Paisanos Mexican Restaurant & Grill, which first began operating for dinner on August 2, includes traditional Mexican dishes such as quesadillas, tacos, fajitas, nachos, and other dishes.  Other menu options include salads, sandwiches, subs, and burgers. Vegetarian options are also available.

Breakfast will be served 7am to 2pm, while lunch and dinner will be available 11 am to 9pm.

Los Paisanos Mexican Restaurant & Grill is located at 7105 Pocahontas Trail and is open seven days a week.

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