Please don’t close
Re: “Walking the tightrope” by Lindsay Oxford (Dish, April 28):
I’ve been eating there for over 40 years. I can’t imagine not being able to go there again.
Jason Paride, Sacramento / via Facebook
What about savings?
This is a serious question. How can a business not survive one month? Did they not have any savings? They let all the employees go and are still sending out to go orders.
Tyler Spriggs, Sacramento / via Facebook
Not a big loss
Sad, but this place went downhill long ago.
Mark Beach, Sacramento / via Facebook
Count us in
Open it back up. My wife and I will go there to eat. Who else will step up to their plate!
Richard Saunders / via SN&R Extra
Keno and pancakes
Who doesn’t love playing Keno while enjoying “The Big Top” breakfast! Buckwheat pancakes are bomb, too.
Jessica Crespillo Holcomb, Sacramento / via Facebook
I’ve been going to Pancake Circus for over 20 years, less and less the last decade. The food quality just is not there anymore. As much as I would love to see an iconic business thrive, without amazing food and service it’s not going to happen. I will not spend my money there anymore.
Charles Wood, Sacramento / via Facebook
Re: “A hard to watch video, a hard to stomach truth” by Raheem F. Hosseini (News, April 30):
Good to see not much has changed. In 1990, I went to Cordova Elementary and had an incident at school where the police were involved, and while I was not beaten, I was handcuffed and threatened with violence. I was 10, and looking back I don’t think the police even needed to be involved.
Eli Husted, via Facebook
That’s not an incident, it’s an assault.
Ben Ecker, Sacramento / via Facebook
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