July 1, 2022Top 5 Great and Surprising Truck Stops
When it’s time to grab a bite to eat or take a bathroom break, truck drivers should consider a truck stop. They want something that’s clean, that has a large selection of food.
Here are some chain and independent stops winning top ratings from truckers:
- Noble’s Restaurant and Truck Stop (Corinth, Kentucky)
Located on Interstate 75 about an hour south of Cincinnati, this family-owned truck stop feels like a highway version of the “Cheers” bar, with wood paneling and taxidermy on the wall. Customers also consistently praise the friendly wait staff.
More information: facebook.com/noblesrestaurantandtruckstop/
- Sapp Bros. Travel Center (Harrisonville, Missouri)
Women customers love this stop, located along Interstate 49 in western Missouri. The female-friendly center has heated, bidet-style toilet seats in the restroom.
More information: sappbros.net
- Mr. Gas Travel Center (Jerome, Idaho)
An innovative design makes this a popular Interstate 84 stop for truckers and travelers alike. Customers can order street tacos, rotisserie chicken and other treats from food trucks located inside the store.
More information: mrgas.com
- Russell’s Truck & Travel Center (Glenrio, New Mexico)
Located on historic Route 66 near Interstate 40 just inside the New Mexico-Texas border, this stop lures travelers with a free vintage car museum. Its old-fashioned diner serves classics like chicken-fried steak, burrito plates and all-you-can-eat fried catfish platters.
More information: russellsttc.com
- Tennessean Truck Stop (Cornersville, Tennessee)
With an ice cream parlor and homestyle buffet, it’s best to come hungry to this Interstate 65 stop just north of the Alabama state line. Its Pop’s Barbecue restaurant slow-cooks and hand-pulls its meats, and even sells its own brand of sauce. It’s also nearly 50 years old, and the state’s largest independent truck stop.
More information: tennesseantruckstop.com
Have nice trip 🙂
Source: USA Today