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Menu classic: toast (white or wheat) for $.79, brought to you by Budweiser

Old Town Tavern in Morristown Old Town Tavern in Morristown Breakfast menu, Old Town Tavern in Morristown
Robbie and I ducked into the Old Town Tavern in Morristown during Dam Days a couple weeks ago when we were biking on the Sakatah Singing Hills Trail.

The pay phone sign on the exterior gave us a hint that we were stepping back in time. But some of the items on the breakfast menu really took us back: one giant pancake, $1.59; toast (white or wheat), $.79.

Best of all: the breakfast menu on the table is sponsored by Budweiser, and the breakfast banner on the exterior of the restaurant is sponsored by Michelob Golden Light Draft.  Those beer company marketing departments must know something.

Bike trail travels: Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery

Robbie got a new bike from Milltown Cycles a few weeks ago and we’ve started exploring Minnesota’s bike trails. LoGro readers can expect an occasional blog post and tweet when we come across something y’all might find interesting. I’ll tag the posts bike trail travels.

Last night after riding a segment of the Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail near Sakatah Lake State Park, we took an alternate route on the drive back home to Northfield and ended up in downtown Montgomery.

Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN Big Honza at the Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN outdoor patio at Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN

outdoor patio at Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN Roman Holiday pizza at Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN Diane & Troy Domine, Pizzeria 201 in Montgomery, MN 
Robbie immediately noticed the attractive Pizzeria 201 restaurant with Big Honza Giganticzech adjacent to its outdoor patio.  So we stopped for drinks, a delicious thin crust pizza (Roman Holiday – see their PDF menu), gelato, and got to meet the friendly owners, Diane and Troy Domine, and a few of their five kids.

Many Northfielders pay a visit to Montgomery during Kolacky Days in late July. You now have another reason to go more often.