Bosselman Restaurants

It was in 1948 when Grandma Maxine Bosselman began serving up the most mouth watering food around at the Bosselman and Eaton Truck Stop in Grand Island. 68 years have gone by, and the tradition of excellence continues at Grandma Max’s Restaurant.

Voted America’s Best Truck Stop Diner in 1997 by truckers around the country, travelers can always depend on a warm welcome and a home-cooked meal. Over 150 different menu items are prepared from Grandma Max’s own recipes, using only the freshest ingredients.

Specially designed meals are also available for kids, seniors, and the health-conscious. The all-you-caneat buffets are also a favorite among travelers.Grandma Max’s is located in Big Springs, Nebraska; and Salina, Kansas.

Founded in 1974 and built in an abandoned gas station in Sharon, Pa., Quaker Steak & Lube® has expanded to more than 60 locations throughout the United States and Canada including our very own location in Grand Island, Nebraska. The unique décor, including gas station memorabilia, classic cars, motorcycles, race cars and corvettes suspended from the ceilings combined with the crave-able food and high-octane events has afforded The Lube® a cult-like fan following. Today, Quaker Steak & Lube® has become one of the fastest-growing restaurant chains in the country, and has won hundreds of national and international awards for its wings and more than 25 different wing sauces.

Max’s Highway Diner, located at the Altoona, Iowa Pilot/ Flying J, is a diner-themed version of our restaurant brand and features burgers, BBQ, a soda jerk and more menu favorites.

A great place to stop for a steak is the Sam Bass’ Saloon & Steakhouse in Big Springs, Nebraska. It welcomes visitors with a comfortable western theme and a full bar.

Little Caesars is featured inside the Grand Island, Nebraska Bosselman Travel Center and Holdrege, Nebraska Pump & Pantry. Pump & Pantry locations in Gordon, Cairo, Nebraska and the Bosselman Travel Center also feature Subway.