We stopped at Shiloh Steakhouse for the first time a few days ago. Good food, service and atmosphere. Prices were reasonable too.
I had the Sirloin Tips and my hubby had the Ribeye, both were delicious and cooked to our liking. We would return if ever passing thru here again.
Shilo Steakhouse is located in London, Kentucky (I-75, exit 41)
Don’t let the location or appearance fool you, Danny’s All Star Diner is a small old-fashioned snack bar. Outdoor seating, covered with umbrellas, and a walk-up window.
The staff is friendly, ordering was a quick and they brought our food right to our table. The food was excellent. I had a wonderful Cuban sandwich and my wife had an awesome burger.
Prices were very reasonable. I’ll be back!”
Danny’s All Star Diner is located just off I-75, exit 260 in Tampa, Florida.
Not all of us will be home for Christmas, or comfortably seated with friends and family for a Christmas feast… some of us will be on the road.
Travelers looking for a holiday meal can find it quite difficult. You’re tired and hungry so you jump of an exit only to find that every restaurant is closed.
An increasing number of chain restaurants are choosing to remain open during the holidays, or at least opening for limited hours to meet customer demand.
Here’s out list of chain restaurants open for business on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2017.
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Ready for a roadtrip? This weekend is a great time to plan an I-75 fall foliage tour! Right now Central and Southern Michigan as well as most of Ohio are in the midst of near peak fall foliage color along the I-75 corridor.
In Michigan you’ll find near peak color from the Ohio state line northward on I-75 thru Monroe, Detroit, Troy, Auburn Hills, to Flint. Just about the entire length of I-75 in Ohio is showing spectacular color. Begin your roadtrip in Dayton and travel northward thru Sidney, Lima, and Findlay to Toledo. Great colors and plenty of opportunities to take an exit and explore the more rural countryside.
What’s cool about viewing fall colors from the Interstate? The experience is totally different in either direction. Drive north on I-75, turn around and head south and you’ll see a whole new perspective right before your eyes! You can easily spend several days exploring small towns and villages directly off the Interstate exits along the way.
For more I-75 information, visit www.i75exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to America’s Interstate Main Street. Detailed exit service listings… discount lodging, camping, food, gas and more for every exit from Michigan to Florida!
Traveling another route? Visit our growing family of exit guides: I-4 Exit Guide, I-5 Exit Guide, I-10 Exit Guide and I-95 Exit Guide.