Illinois Truck Stop Restaurant Shuts Down, Plenty of Food Options Still Available

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The Lincoln’s Princeton Plaza restaurant, located at the Road Ranger truck stop in Princeton, Illinois has shut its doors.

Road Ranger is located north of Interstate 80 on Route 26 in Princeton.

On Monday, the truck stop’s restaurant permanently shut its doors. The full-service restaurant served up hot meals 24-hours a day.

CDLLife spoke with Road Ranger District Manager, James Cooper, who said that while the restaurant is closed, the truck stop still has plenty of food options available to drivers. ”

We have a tremendous food offering here.  We have pizza, chicken wings, sloppy Joes, pulled pork, cold sandwiches, fresh fruit cups,  veggie trays,  soup, mac and cheese, cheeseburgers, egg rolls, biscuits and gravy, breakfast sandwiches, hash browns, homemade potato chips, deli sandwiches, 4 roller grills and more,” he said.

Cooper said the truck stop even offers made-to-order pizzas.

The truck stop offers 7 showers, a truck driver lounge, 200 truck parking spaces and a service center.