Craving delicious comfort food? A truck stop diner in West Michigan has been named the very best spot in the state to grab a bite!

Popular foodie publication Lovefood.com is looking to direct those hitting the road to best "truly unexpected food treasures". To determine their ranking of the best truck stop diners in each state, they consulted genuine user reviews, awards and accolades, and the first-hand experience of their team.

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Lovefood's choice for Michigan's best truck stop diner is actually the same as their pick a few years ago...

76th Street Truck Stop Diner in Byron Center!

I wholeheartedly agree with this choice! Their menu is HUGE - something I think is a must for any diner. If I can't order both pancakes and a bacon cheeseburger, I'm out!

Open seven days a week, 365 days a year at 460 76th St. SW in Byron Center, the restaurant has a 4.5 rating in Google reviews where many folks compliment the great service, chicken fried steak, and biscuits and gravy.

Chicken Fried Steak - 76th Street Truck Stop, Facebook
Chicken Fried Steak - 76th Street Truck Stop, Facebook
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On the menu you'll find traditional breakfasts like egg dishes, omelets, scrambles, pancakes, waffles, and skillets

There's also wraps, sandwiches, and burgers like The Big Mother Trucker.

76th Street Truck Stop, Facebook
76th Street Truck Stop, Facebook
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Entrees include country fried steak, fried shrimp, grilled tilapia, spaghetti - and a Tex-Mex section with nachos, fajitas, and burritos.

Here's Lovefood's praise for the 76th Street Truck Stop Diner,

Around 10 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 – add items like bacon, sausage and ham to a base of scrambled eggs, potato, and cheese.

76th Street Truck Stop also has a second location in West Michigan, 76 West in Coopersville.

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