Michigan Restaurant Named Best Road Trip Eatery In State
From diners to truck stops and cafés, where are America’s best road trip eateries? LoveFood.com, a website for food, recipes, and reviews put together a list of the best places to grab a bite across America. Their selections are based on user reviews, awards and accolades, and the first-hand experience of their team.
Their website said that the best road trip eatery in Michigan is located ten miles south of Grand Rapids. The 76th Street Truck Stop Diner in Byron Center was named the best stop in the state for those on the road looking for a place to grab a meal.
They described the food stop as “a haven for hungry drivers.” Also, the restaurant’s Big Mother Trucker menu item was highlighted by the publication. It has two half-pound patties, three slices of sourdough, Cheddar, Monterey Jack, crispy onions, sauce, and salad.
This truck stop diner is open 24 hours, according to their website, and offers chicken-fried steak & other American comfort classics in a laid-back establishment.
The restaurant has 4.5 out of five stars on Yelp, with plenty of reviews to back up its rating. “Best food ever,” said one reviewer. “Very good ‘truck stop’ food,” said another reviewer. “Large portions and worth the price. Open 24/7 for that late-night craving,” they continued.
You can find this family-style restaurant at 460 76th St SW, Byron Center, or their second location, 76 West located at 329 South 48th Avenue, Coopersville.
Take a look at the complete list of America’s road trip eateries here.