Built in 1922, this historic building was the first firehouse in Byron. Over the decades, it housed City Hall, council chambers, Byron’s volunteer fire department and ambulance service, and several charitable organizations.
The south side of the restaurant was the original City Hall. The center brick wall stood 14 feet high and 14 feet wide and was lowered during renovation to its current height of 4 feet. The wood floor and trim are original.
The north side of the restaurant housed Byron’s first firehouse, then the ambulance service and police department.
The Brotherhood Room to the west honors our local heroes. Many members of the community donated labor, ideas, and memorabilia, and we could not have made this tribute to our heritage without such community support. Check out the photos and plaques hanging in the Brotherhood Room and throughout Fifth Alarm that honor these contributions.
Enjoy your time with us—absorb a little Byron history and have a “smokin’ good time!” Thank you to everyone for stopping in to dine, visit, or just reflect.
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As a team member, you’re the face of our brand for every guest that walks through our front door. That’s pretty important. In fact, your service is part of what causes our guests to give the Fifth Alarm Firehouse Pub such high marks—in addition to our great food and drinks. We’ll show you the ropes in a fun, family-oriented environment. We are quick to recognize an upbeat attitude because it’s a key ingredient for genuine teamwork. And we work hard for you by offering top-notch training so you can tackle challenges with bold confidence. Joining the Fifth Alarm Firehouse Pub is more than being part of a company it’s a brotherhood.