This was commonly known as "The Junction", and went through several owners over the years. It was on the north side of Route 22 where it ends/begins at US 63. My grandparents ate here quite often (up until the 1990s), and they always took me here at least once each time I visited them (1960s-1990s). This facility is now abandoned; there is now a restaurant on the south side of Route 22 near here. US 63 is now a limited access highway through this area, with an interchange servicing Route 22 (to the east) and Route F (to the west).
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