Byron Center Truck Stop Hauls In The Top Spot In Michigan
You have a birthday celebration to plan and you want to go someplace special. How about a truck stop? Needing a date night? Truck Stop. Craving delicious comfort food? Truck Stop.
What? A Truck Stop is not the first place that jumps into your mind? Well, maybe it should be. Lovefood.com created a list of the best Truck Stops in every state.
"Whether you're hitting the road or staying close to home, you'll probably want to plan some sustenance stops along the way – and if you skip the chains, there are some real unexpected food treasures to be found."
In Michigan, 76th Street Truck Stop tops the list! 76th Street Truck Stop was named Best Truck Stop in Michigan. This is a stop that harkens back to homemade food and a warm seat for long haulers to rest.
Afternoon drive disk jockey on MIX 95-7, Ken Evans commented,
"That's my truck stop. Don't tell people about it."
Sorry Ken, the secret is out!
Ten miles south of Grand Rapids, 76th Street Truck Stop Diner is a haven for hungry truck drivers. All the diner’s burgers, sandwiches and wraps come with fries or homemade chips, with options like the Big Mother Trucker: two half-pound patties, three slices of sourdough, Cheddar, Monterey Jack, sauce and salad. Or you can build your own skillet – to a base of scrambled eggs, potato and cheese, you can add items like bacon, sausage and ham.
The 76th Street truck Stop Facebook page is full of comments like this:
- If you want GREAT FOOD and GREAT SERVICE this is the place.
- During the lockdown we ordered food online all the time but, we sure do like being there in person a couple times a week!
- First stop here and it definitely WON'T be my last.
The 76th Street Truck Stop is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. They're located at 460 76th Street, SW in Byron Center.