Round the Clock re-brands, converts two restaurants

2013-11-02T15:00:00Z Round the Clock re-brands, converts two restaurantsTimes Staff
November 02, 2013 3:00 pm  • 

Round the Clock is in the process of converting the Loubie’s Pancake House locations in Lansing and Hammond into 24-hour Round the Clock restaurants.

These along with the Highland and Schererville restaurants have also been re-branded with an updated look.

To celebrate both the re-brand and the new locations the public is invited to the simultaneous grand openings from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the new locations in Hammond in the Menards Plaza at 165th Street and Columbia Avenue, and in Lansing on Torrence Avenue, one block south Interstate 80/94.

For more information visit or find the restaurant on Facebook.

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