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Atlanta-New York I-85 I-95

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We will be traveling from Atlanta to Maplewood, NJ (just south of Newark) in early April and would appreciate any recommendations that are convenient to the interstates along our way.

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  1. In Petersburg, Virginia - I 95 N exit Wagner Rd- heading W..to Crater Rd..and then take a right...onto Crater rd..

    Is KING'S BBQ- Locally owned and operated...BEST BBQ known to man-- order sliced outside cut along with their homemade Onion Rings and Homemade Apple Pie ala mode...

    We have family that drive from NY to FL and stop here for lunch or dinner..

    Forget the grouchy waitresses--the food is tops!

    1. In Petersburg, Virginia - I 95 N exit Wagner Rd- heading W..to Crater Rd..and then take a right...onto Crater rd..

      Is KING'S BBQ- Locally owned and operated...BEST BBQ known to man-- order sliced outside cut along with their homemade Onion Rings and Homemade Apple Pie ala mode...

      We have family that drive from NY to FL and stop here for lunch or dinner..

      Forget the grouchy waitresses--the food is tops!

      1. In Petersburg, Virginia - I 95 N exit Wagner Rd- heading W..to Crater Rd..and then take a right...onto Crater rd..

        Is KING'S BBQ- Locally owned and operated...BEST BBQ known to man-- order sliced outside cut along with their homemade Onion Rings and Homemade Apple Pie ala mode...

        We have family that drive from NY to FL and stop here for lunch or dinner..

        Forget the grouchy waitresses--the food is tops!

        1. In Petersburg, Virginia - I 95 N exit Wagner Rd- heading W..to Crater Rd..and then take a right...onto Crater rd..

          Is KING'S BBQ- Locally owned and operated...BEST BBQ known to man-- order sliced outside cut along with their homemade Onion Rings and Homemade Apple Pie ala mode...

          We have family that drive from NY to FL and stop here for lunch or dinner..

          Forget the grouchy waitresses--the food is tops!

          1. For years, I commuted from New Jersey to North Carolina and found that if you take I 77 North in Charlotte to I-81, you'll go through some more chow friendly confines in North Carolina, Virginia. You'll also go right through the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country.

            The commute adds about 50 miles to your trip, but I always seem to do it in less time due to lack of congestion. The I-95 route seems to have more focus on fast food. Whereas the 81 route goes through lost of small towns