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The Machine Shed Restaurant in Davenport, Iowa, was chosen as “The Best Breakfast in America” by the Travel Channel’s Food Paradise series in 2009.
The Machine Shed Restaurant is very high volume and in one week averages 14,400 eggs, 450 lbs. of bacon, 350 lbs. of sausage, 500 cinnamon rolls, and 15,000 orders of bread. The most popular breakfast dishes are "The Hired Man's Breakfast" and the "Farmer’s Daughter." The heartiest Breakfast is "The Hungry Man's Breakfast."
The Hired Man’s breakfast features two cooked-to-order eggs, choice of meat, choice of hash brown casserole, home fries, or shredded hash browns and choice of toast, English muffin, biscuit and gravy, or buttermilk pancake.
The Farmer’s Daughter breakfast features one cooked-to-order eggs, choice of meat, choice of hash brown casserole, home fries, or shredded hash browns and choice of toast, English muffin, biscuit and gravy, or buttermilk pancake.
The Hungry Man’s breakfast features three cooked-to-order eggs, American fries, country sausage, thick-cut bacon, slice of ham, two buttermilk pancakes, choice of potato, and choice of toast, English muffin, biscuit and gravy, or buttermilk pancake.
Bringing food from the farm to the table, The Machine Shed restaurant, 7250 Northwest Boulevard (Exit 292, Northwest Boulevard, Interstate 80), in Davenport has always been dedicated to the American farmer. Since it opened in 1978, their dedication to the farmer means that they began by and continue to use only the best beef, pork, and poultry. They cook from scratch using fresh ingredients that continues to win numerous awards.
For more information about The Machine Shed and their entire breakfast menu, visit www.machineshed.com. Davenport, Iowa, was the original location. Currently, there are five other Machine Shed restaurants in the Midwest. The Machine Shed is part of Heart of America Restaurant and Inns.
Located on the Mississippi River in the Midwest, the Quad Cities is comprised of Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa; Rock Island and Moline/East Moline, Illinois; and surrounding communities. For more information, visit www.visitquadcities.com.
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