Look, if I want to have a mimosa while I have some pancakes, just mind your business.

No, but seriously though. How easy is it to actually go out to breakfast, get some breakfast, and maybe a drink? Don't get me wrong, there are places you can go to, if you do indeed need a drink with breakfast, but nothing like iHop that I know of give the option for a mimosa.

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Now, unless you live in a few locations, you won't be able to enjoy the mimosa. Sorry, but there's always supporting local businesses too, right? If you live in New York, Rhode Island or Ohio, among a few other locations, you could hopefully get a mimosa, or something as simple as a beer.

So, what type of liquor can we see on the menu? 

iHop has had some discussion on what they would add to their liqour menu. Items like mimosas, wines, and beers can possibly seen on the menu. Let's not forget about those Barefoot-Bubbly's and Cabernet Sauvignon wine.

iHop did a survey to their customers back in July, and a majority of those who dined in at iHop who were of legal limit, said they would like to enjoy a drink with their meal. Some who even answered the survey, admitted, alcohol being on the menu, would make them want to come.

The plan, is to make alcohol available at all of their restaurants.

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