Port Byron is a charming village with great places to stop and rest along the river or grab a bite to eat on Main Street (on the trail). Cyclists and other trail users have choices that range from pub fare at Dueya��s Tap to upscale at (name) Steak House. Port Byron is also home to a�?Will B. Rollinga�?, a large fiberglass sculpture of a man sitting on a pennyfarthing bike. The sculpture was installed in 2013 and is a must see for bicyclists passing through.

  • For more information on the Village of Port Byron, visit the Village website




RiverBottom ChopHouse

“From our friendly and welcoming staff to our delicious food and drinks, there is no better choice than RiverBottom Chophouse. Our experienced wait and kitchen staff know how to prepare the finest foods for every taste.”




“Back in 1965, Fred DeLuca set out to fulfill his dream of becoming a medical doctor. Searching for a way to help pay for his education, a family friend suggested he open a submarine sandwich shop.”



Riverbend Pizza Place

Riverbend Pizza is a locally owned and operated restaurant that has been serving the area for 28 years!



Jimmie Lee’s Bar & Grill

108 S Main St, Port Byron, Illinois 61275

+1 309-523-9409



The Lodge

708 S Main St, Port Byron, Illinois 61275

+1 309-523-2876



Peacocks Tavern

114 N Main St, Port Byron, Illinois 61275

+1 309-523-2532



Duey’s Corner Tap

“Dueys Corner Tap was Established in the early 1970’s by Duane & Marge Young and remained Young Family Owned and Operated until April 1st 2014 when Kevin & Jennifer Kernan purchased the Business from the long time owners.”