Redwood City firefighters’ breakfast the perfect fuel for a busy Independence Day

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As we’ve reported in length here, a whole lot is happening in Redwood City for Independence Day, so you want to be prepared.

Stake out a good spot along Broadway for the parade?  Check.  Head out in the evening for fireworks?  Check.  Maybe even a stop in between for that open house at the San Mateo County History Museum.  Check.

But – that’s a long day.  So, a good breakfast to get you started?  Check – as long as you join Redwood City Firefighters Association for their annual Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast.

They do the cooking, the serving, the cleaning.  All you have to do is sit down and eat.

You can get off to an early start, because the firefighters start dishing up pancakes at 7:30 am, or you can sleep in a bit (last call is at 10:30 am).  And, breakfast is served at the main fire house (so if you’re wondering how to interest the kids in breakfast – here’s your answer:  eat out at a fire station).  You’ll find the fire station at 755 Marshall Street.  And, for a very reasonable $7 bucks a person, breakfast is served.