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Where to Eat Breakfast: Byron, Illinois

Submitted by on May 17, 2014 – 8:03 amNo Comment

breakfastThere’s no need to stop at a chain restaurant for breakfast when traveling, Road Trips Foodies.

In every town there’s a “go-to” eatery, and in the southern exurbs of Rockford, Illinois, that would be the Swedish Pancake House & Café, 127 West Second Street, Byron, Illinois.

Just a stone’s throw north and west of the Rock River, this is a cozy diner with a morning menu to die for.

Your Road Trips Foodie opted for Stuffed Swedish Pancakes (pictured). Mine were stuffed with apple slices, seasoned with cinnamon and positively obliterated by whipped cream.

If you prefer your calories in traditional format, the Swedish Breakfast adds two eggs and ham to a pair of pancakes; the Irish Breakfast combines corned beef hash with two eggs, more potatoes and toast, and ordering the German Slam brings forth two potato pancakes, two eggs and either bacon or ham.

This isn’t an early morning spot. It’s perfect for late risers or those who want to get a few miles on the odometer before stopping to eat. The Swedish Pancake House & Café is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

(Photo ©2014 by Susan McKee)

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