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The Rusty Tractor Breakfast Barn

6228 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor, Wi,
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Housed in the old barn of the Country Bumpkin on the south end of Egg Harbor, The Rusty Tractor is serving up breakfast like nobody else!

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  • Open May thru October
  • Breakfast Only from 8AM - 1PM
  • Located in South Egg Harbor
  • Great food and coffee - we at love it
  • Great friendly owners and staff 
  • Home made fudge and country items for sale
  • In a barn - can it get any more Door County?  It IS Barn Good Eatin'!
  • Tell Dan and Pam that we sent you!

Rusty Tractor Breakfast Barn
6228 State Highway 42
Egg Harbor, WI


Rustry Tractor Breakfast BarnFULL TRUSTED REVIEW

Great breakfasts and The Rusty Tractor sells a number of country items as well, and great homemade fudge.

This is one of our favorite breakfast places at, because, as Pam and Dan say who own the place, it's "Barn Good Cookin!"  Breakfast only from 8AM - 1PM. In addition to that, The Rusty Tractor also offers a fun and unique shopping experience with their own handmade gifts and more. 

We love the ambiance of the place and the real food that is served up every day. Lots of locals eat here, so that's telling you something right away. Outside the barn you'll see a great big rusty tractor next to their sign and in the yard some old rusty scooters, bicycles and the likes. You get the idea!   

Breakfast (until 1:00 pm)

Recently voted Best Breakfast in Door County! For breakfast, you can order up a bunch of tractor names from The Allis Chalmers which comes with 2 eggs and toast, and you can add hash browns and bacon or sausage too; or choose from 4 different International Scrambles, with choices including green peppers, cheddar cheese, bacon, country ham, sausage and stacks of hash browns.

Or pick The Happy Farmer, which will harvest up a breakfast wrap chuck full of scrambled eggs, bacon, country ham, sausage, cheddar cheese and hash browns in a toasty warm flour tortilla, served with fresh home-made pico and sour cream. Or get "Farmer Dan's" favorite, The John Deere - this is a huge country breakfast with three eggs over easy served on top of a huge pile of hash browns, with ham, sautéed onions, peppers, mushrooms and on top - cheddar cheese, with toast too. 

Yep, there's the Farmer's Wife too -  A monte cristo stuffed with a lot of country ham and swiss cheese on their sweet texas french toast.

Pancakes too - oh yes.  These folks know how to make breakfast!  Get the Tractor Tires - pancakes as big as your head (they say plate) - wow!  And every day, biscuits and gravy.  

OK - here's a secret.  Stuffed French Toast.  Yeah, they have it.  Blueberry Granola, Door County Cherry Pie, Pecan Sticky Bun . . .you get the idea.  But just the other day, Pam ran out of their featured flavor so she experimented.  And I was the guniea pig, Stuffed French toast with Salted Caramel sauce and chocolate chips.  Oh wow!  I told her put it on the menu!  If she doesn’t, ask for it and say Dan at said you would make it!  It is fabulous!


Stuffed French Toast with Salted Caramel


Rusty Tractor Interior 2017

Of course there's pancakes, Texas-Style sweet French toast and a whole lot more. And to wet your whistle, coffee, tea, hot cocoa lemonade and juices.   

And to finish things off, take home some home-made fudge or chocolates.  All made by fresh by Farmer Dan.   This is a wonderful stop and is worth the trip to The Rusty Tractor for your fill of good eatin'! 

And oh - ask about their new project -Stone Silo Studios - where they hold evening classes- you can enjoy beer, wine and appetizers while you create your own painted pallet sign or mini garden. 

Always check for Winter or off-season hours by giving them a call. 

This is a wonderful stop and is worth the trip to The Rusty Tractor for your fill of good eatin'! And tell Pam and Dan, please, that the folks over at sent you! Much obliged!

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