Enjoy some legendary flapjacks and pies, and get them both for prices you haven’t seen since 1938.
Du-par’s at Farmers Market will be celebrating its 75th anniversary by serving up 20 items from its 1938 menu at 1938 prices on Wed., Oct. 16.
Some of those timeless favorites include buttermilk hotcakes for 25 cents, hamburgers for 20 cents, fresh-fruit pie slices for 15 cents, and coffee for 5 cents a cup.The special prices will be available from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., first come, first served.
In 1938, James Dunn and Edward Parsons combined their last names and opened Du-par’s at the Farmers Market. The restaurant grew, and now has branches in Las Vegas, Oxnard, San Diego, Studio City and Bethesda, Md. It was purchased in 2004 by W.W. “Biff” Naylor, whose father founded the first Tiny’s Waffle Shop in Fresno in the ‘20s.
Du-par’s hotcakes haven’t changed since 1938. The secret recipe is locked away in the Farmers Market safe. Du-par’s also squeezes fresh orange juices, hand peels and cuts potatoes for hash browns, and makes fresh pies, breads and pastries daily.
The Farmers Market location, completely renovated in 2007, has fully-restored 1930s décor, along with new outdoor seating and patio facilities.