Didn't Howard Johnson swipe that slogan? It's not the height of originality, though - and it didn't play to Childs' most famous attribute: hygenic pancakes. More or less. They were known for their flapjacks, and in the early years made a point of their restaurants' cleanliness. This was no smal thing - people were eager to eat out in 1898, but didn't want to grip their guts a few hours later.

Here's the menu from 1900. A man could eat well for two bits. Here you'll find the romantic ruins of the Coney Island location. A New York Times story on a 2007 demolition of a Childs location can be found here.