Toronto's favourite 24-hour diner is hosting an all-you-can-eat pancake marathon all day today in celebration of Shrove Tuesday. The famously "always-open" Lakeview Restaurant, located at 1132 Dundas Street West in Toronto, is known for its scrumptious 24/7 brunch options and late-night cheap eats. To celebrate Shrove Wednesday (also known as Pancake Tuesday), The Lakeview Restaurant will be hosting a 24-hour, all-you-can-eat buttermilk pancake marathon today.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Get $1 Pancakes At Sunset Grill Locations Across Ontario Next Week\nFrom 12:01 AM to 11:59 PM on Tuesday, March 5th, The Lakeview is offering hungry customers an incredible deal of all the buttermilk pancakes that you can eat for just "12 and a half loonies".\nView this post on Instagram Pancakes! Pancakes! Pancakes! 🥞 😋 😊 #shrove #pancakes #alwaysopen A post shared by Lakeview Restaurant (@thelakeviewrestaurant) on Mar 4, 2019 at 9:26am PST\nThe restaurant is also advertising special pricing for sides of strip bacon, maple sausage, peameal bacon, or pulled pork for just $3. Additionally, kids' "buttermilk dime pancakes" are also priced at $3 as part of the pancake festivities.\nShrove Tuesday falls on the day immediately before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Some countries - including the True North strong and free - celebrate by consuming pancakes, while others observe the holiday by throwing a Mardis Gras-style party to mark the last day of "fat eating" before the fasting period of Lent.\n@thelakeviewrestaurantembedded via\nThe Lakeview is one of Toronto's most recognizable dining establishments, primarily because the restaurant has served as a backdrop for countless blockbuster film productions (Toronto is called Hollywood North for a reason, after all).\nREAD ALSO: The Cheesecake Factory At Toronto's Yorkdale Mall Nearly Failed A Recent Health Inspection\nVia The Lakeview\nYou may have spotted the Lakeview's iconic retro decor in movies like the 2017 Academy Award-winner The Shape of Water, or in the 2007 film version of Hairspray, when an unrecognizable John Travolta dressed in drag sat at the diner's bar eating chocolate cream pie.