Rare Or Hard To Find Restaurants Near Truck Stops.

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40 Days's Comment
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Passed by a White Castle in Daleville Indiana exit 104 off the 70 I think. I wanted to stop but saw it too late. Does anybody know of another close to a truck stop. Or other rare or hard to find restaurants near truck stops like on I20, 40, 70, 80 ,90, or 94 spending lots of time East West wanna find something never tried.

Errol V.'s Comment
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You can use Google Maps' "Explore" function. That is one drag of truck stops - often any other restaurant is too far away. I'm happy when I find a Waffle House across the street. And I've walked two miles (and back) for one.

Trucker Path does list restaurants near the listed truck stops.

Dave S (formerly known as's Comment
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I-90 Ellensberg WA. Perkins next to the loves. I-90 again, this time a Shari's next to Ernie's fuel stop in Moses Lake WA.

I-80 Morris Illinois, R Place at the T/A.

Joseph L.'s Comment
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I grew up on God Father's pizza , then at some point, they all but disappear. Then in the late 1990's several pop up in Las Vegas. By the early 2000's they were gone. I think it was around 2010-2011 I discovered one last one at the loves Travel Center on I-15/us 93. Perkins okay I grew up with the notion Perkins only existed to serve the blue bird special to our senior citizens. Discovered they had one in bullhead City. In recent years we have had both white Castle and Chick Fil A come to Las Vegas. I think it was early this year Chick Fil A open it's 5th location and white castles it's second. When Chick Fil A open it's first door everyone thought the local L.G.B.T.Q community would run them out of town. a local news group interview people about the issue and people did complain Chick Fil A was homophobic evil world empire awhile chowing down on some Chick filet I guess even heathens need their Chicken and a pickle

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