Happy China

1067 4th St NE,Ste 450
Byron, 55920
Reviews:
I love this place more than most of Rochester's Chinese restaurants, they're nice and if you call ahead the wait time is minimal, if you walk in during their rush periods be patient, it's worth the wait! Stay away from their teriyaki chicken, though. It's their newest and worst dish.
Twice in 2 days was feed frozen and or undercooked food next time I'll buy from Walmart freezer. Section
Family operated restaurant. Food is good but all the choices kind of taste the same. DO NOT order online. Call in your order. They do not check the orders and you will end up waiting for them to make it after you get there to pick it up. I assumed it was just a mistake but after the third time of it happening , unacceptable at that point. Would go back again.

(507) 775-9995

Chinese

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Margarito’s Mexican Restaurant

403 Frontage RD NE
Byron, 55920
Reviews:
Chief is the man. Best service I've came across. Has a good grip on Mexican dinning. I think he knows three languages which is cool.
Food is good but not worth the price...plus they are stingy with chips and salsa. Don't ask for more than one basket. Slow service. Came in 1/2 hour before closing and was asked to hurry up.
Service was very poor at lunchtime even though no one was in there. The soda was flat and when we asked for a different kind, the server rolled their eyes and argued with us that it was the same soda they served to everyone. Then, he rolled his eyes again when we asked for him to split the check up. Food was mediocre and I will never go back because of the service.

(507) 775-6656

Mexican

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Johnny Mango

505 Frontage Road NW
Byron, 55920
Reviews:
My wife and I ventured to taste the Mango today for brunch. We had a mixed experience of nice and not so great....here's how things unfolded: First, if you try and find Johnny Mango in the HyVee Barlow plaza, please note that it is between the army navy area and the HyVee but has no large sign to alert you to its location. There was a small sign that is viewable if you are standing or driving very nearby and look carefully. Once you enter the place, you'll see there is a stage on the far side, a small bar area, and then for this morning's brunch buffet a buffet table series was presented. The atmosphere was somewhat unfinished but had a good start. The walls are nicely colored at the top and the tables are nicely done but clash with the paper napkins and the slightly spotted silverware. The food was again a mix of very nice such as the second round of bacon (the first round was far too fatty and not crispy), the pineapple, the onion potato hash (I think its a hash, but it certainly didn't seem to have any beef in it). This, why don't we say, "not so hash" hash was by far our favorite item. The french toast, which you will have to wait for, was too eggy for our tastes, and the pancakes and waffles were slow to serve and just okay. The orange juice was good and was self service which is nice, but there were no cups when we went to the table the first time. While we were eating there was a small three person jazz band that was setting up and did eventually play a couple songs. This was a nice touch, but I think lack of coordinated attire, the bags on the stage, and the delay to starting didn't accent what is really the most unique feature of the experience. If done right the band and the food together could be worth the price and be worth talking about in Rochester, but right now its almost like a high school fundraiser with a few higher end flares. Finally, the whole thing is priced at $15.00 which is fine if you end up wanting all the foods offered but if you are going to only eat certain items and if the band isn't ready to play right away its noticeably over priced. This is roughly how much the buffet at Pescara ($17) is which is accompanied by a broader array of high end foods, valet parking, and frequent and attentive customer service with not just a nice table spread but also cloth napkins. The Green Mill has a big brunch buffet spread which is priced actually cheaper at $13 most weekends and slightly higher for holidays. All in all, the price is disproportionately high. In summary, this place is a mix of too many different styles to make sense for the price. If committed to a high end brunch experience a few simple things could transform this to that level and be worthy of the price, else it should be priced lower and it would also be a great experience. In the end, it is unlikely we will come back here without some new information to suggest it has improved.

(507) 226-8316

Caterers

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Terry’s Diner On the Tracks

309 Byron Ave N
Byron, 55920
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(507) 624-0503

American (Traditional)

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Otto’s Bakery & Coffee Shop

513 Frontage Rd NW
Byron, 55920
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(507) 775-2778

Bakeries

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McDonald’s

955 High Point Dr NE
Byron, 55920
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(507) 775-0935

Fast Food, Burgers

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Somerby Golf Club

975 Somerby Pkwy
Byron, 55920
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(507) 775-7040

Golf

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Dairy Queen

407 Frontage Rd NE
Byron, 55920
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(507) 775-2626

Restaurants

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Subway

821 Frontage Rd NE
Byron, 55920
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(507) 775-6664

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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