While in Lancaster County Pennsylvania this week, I ate at the famous Jennie’s Diner.

The restaurant is a local favorite and many visitors stop each year while touring the Amish Country. The diner was built in the 1950′s and is located in Ronks, PA, along the historic Lincoln Highway. The establishment is a silk city built diner, with a new stainles steel vestibule recently added for folks waiting for a seat. They are open 24 hours and specialize in “Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking.”

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Henry Albert

Henry Albert is the owner of Albert Transport, Inc., based in Statesville, NC. Before participating in the "Slice of Life" program, Albert drove a 2001 Freightliner Century Class S/T™, and will use his Cascadia for general freight and a dry van trailer. Albert, who has been a trucker since 1983, was recognized by Overdrive as its 2007 Trucker of the Year.

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It is a great stop off.

September 06, 2013 14:03:50 PM

This is a really neat place to eat. It is about 35 minutes away from my house and it is impossible to leave there hungry.

October 19, 2012 17:41:25 PM

Your comments on the Silk City Built diner sent me on a quest to learn more... What an interesting concept and someday I would like to see some of these diners.

August 02, 2012 13:48:39 PM