Breakfast at the Magee Country Diner — where pigs fly

March 13, 2012 at 7:00 am Leave a comment

Finger Lakes SUmmerWhile traveling to or through Finger Lakes country you should definitely stop at the  Magee Diner.  Everyone is called “Honey” at this truck stop that serves meals all day long, 7 day s a week.

My son ordered a traditional breakfast, but I had to try something I have never seen on a menu before — Pig Wings.

I promptly ordered the “Pig Platter” for breakfast.

The Pig Wing is a tender St. Louis pork rib, lightly breaded, battered and fried to a golden brown. The platter includes BBQ beans, cole slaw and honey glazed corn bread. (ALL WHICH ARE SUPERB) The Pig Platter features MaGee’s original sweet and sour, buffalo hot or spicy BBQ sauces.

Finger Lakes SummerI like chicken wings better than pig wings, but the platter Kept me fueled all the way to Boston.

Located right off Thruway exit 41, (RT 414, Waterloo)

Open 6am- 9pm M-Sat, Sun 6-3


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