The Tiny IHOP Dinner Series lets select MYHOP members enjoy pancakes inside the brand's smallest restaurant, which includes only one booth

Breakfast chain IHOP is getting a pint-sized makeover. This December, the International House of Pancakes restaurant will open a tiny, reservations-only restaurant for dinner service in a secret Los Angeles location. And yes, the meals are still full-sized.

Open for just four nights, the Tiny IHOP Dinner Series will take place inside a custom-built, 170-square-foot diner, complete with a functioning kitchen and exactly one four-person booth and one two-top bar. Inside, free meals include slightly smaller versions of IHOP favorites. The pop-up was created in collaboration with the A&E show Tiny House Nation.

“We can offer an intimate dining experience to a select group of our super fans,” said Brad Haley, the brand's CMO, in a statement. “urning a 4,000-plus square foot restaurant into a 170 square foot space certainly poses its own set of challenges, but the team came up with an ingenious design to retain the integrity of a full-sized IHOP while adding new, fun elements for guests to discover.”

Reservations are available exclusively through IHOP's loyalty program, MYHOP—and only diners who have joined by October 20 are eligible.  Capitalizing on the tiny house trend, the restaurant is offering quite the experience for customers who sign up.

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Breakfast chain IHOP is getting a pint-sized makeover. This December, the International House of Pancakes restaurant will open a tiny, reservations-only restaurant for dinner service in a secret Los Angeles location. And yes, the meals are still full-sized.

Open for just four nights, the Tiny IHOP Dinner Series will take place inside a custom-built, 170-square-foot diner, complete with a functioning kitchen and exactly one four-person booth and one two-top bar. Inside, free meals include slightly smaller versions of IHOP favorites. The pop-up was created in collaboration with the A&E show Tiny House Nation.