A plate of stacked fluffy pancakes with butter and drizzled syrup

 Best Breakfast
in Orange County


Full Service Indoor Dining and Patio Dining

OPEN DAILY 7am - 9pm

We offer takeout orders for pickup and delivery
You can order gift cards online

Orange County's Premiere Pancake House

At Sammy’s Stackhouse, as the name suggests, we take the art of pancake making very seriously! We offer a large variety of pancakes on our menu to please even the most discriminating palate. We serve buttermilk pancakes, multigrain pancakes, cheesecake pancakes, Nutella pancakes, and even gluten-free pancakes! We also offer a large variety of waffles and crepes. It goes without saying that as one of Orange County’s top breakfast places, we also serve a good selection of eggs and omelettes as well. Even though we’re known for serving breakfast all day, we serve lunch and dinner items on our all-day menu such as salads, burgers, and sandwiches.

So stop searching Orange restaurants and come on in for a bite! 

Waffle with sweet cream, strawberries and blueberries
Ham and cheese sandwiched between waffle quarters, drizzled with syrup
3 pieces of crispy fried chicken and a waffle with syrup
Group of friends happily enjoying a meal outdoors




About Sammy's Stackhouse

Every morning students, business professionals, police officers, and firemen gather at Sammy’s to start their day right. When you dine with us at Sammy’s, it’s more than a great meal at a reasonable price, it is an experience. The atmosphere is casual and very cozy. We offer traditional comfort food served in generous portions coupled with an old-fashioned friendly service. No wonder we’re the gathering place for the neighborhood. After all, we offer the best breakfast in Orange CA. Come try our famous chicken waffle or if you have a big appetite, you can always order Sammy’s Big Breakfast.

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Stature of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse outside Disneyland in California with Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the background

Photo by Travis Gergen

Giant Ferris wheel at Disney's California Adventure

Photo by Taylor Rogers

Best Breakfast Near Disneyland®

Sammy’s Stackhouse is literally a hop away from Disneyland®. So if you’re staying at the Disneyland Hotel or any hotels near Disneyland, you could drive to Sammy’s Stackhouse within minutes and enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with us. We’re open 7 days from 7am to 9pm. We’re located in the city of Orange, only 2 blocks away from Downtown Orange CA, minutes from Chapman University, and a short driving distance from Old Town Santa Ana. 

Buy one meal, get the second meal for 25% off

(Second meal should be same price or higher)

25% OFF

Friday, Saturday & Sunday  |  3pm - 9pm

This offer does not apply to other discounts and offers.


Every Day |  3pm - 9pm

Receive one free kids meal with each adult entrée purchase

This offer does not apply to other discounts and offers.

Black and white photo of the Orange Plaza, 1891
Black and white photo of women in Victorian dresses and hats riding bikes through a plaza
Black and white photo of City of Orange's Towne Square, 1888

City of Orange with a current population of around 140,000 was incorporated in 1888. The very first people who lived in Orange were Native Americans called Gabriellos by Spanish settlers. Juan Pablo Grijalva, a retired Spanish soldier, became the first land owner in 1801. He lived in San Diego, but he stayed in his ranch house near the area that is called Hoyt Hill. After he died, his family took over his enormous ranch which became known as the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana. During 1860s one member of the family lost a large portion of the ranch in a law suit to Abel Stearns, who was a real estate tycoon at the time. Two Los Angeles lawyers who were involved in the lawsuit took over the land as compensation for their legal work. Their names were Alfred Beck Chapman and Andrew Glassell, and the property they took over is now downtown Orange. Even though Chapman called himself the “father of Orange,” most of the city’s actual development was done by William Glassell, who was Andrew Glassell’s brother. 

City of Orange