Restaurant chain Quaker Steak & Lube is coming to Nebraska.
The first of the chain’s Nebraska locations is expected to open in summer of 2014 at the Bosselman Travel Center in Grand Island near Highway 281 and Interstate 80, Bosselman Companies’ director of marketing Stephanie King-Witt said. It will replace the Grandma Max’s restaurant, also owned by Bosselman, currently located there.
Bosselman, which is headquartered in Grand Island, will open two of the Quaker Steak restaurants in Nebraska and one in Iowa. King-Witt said she could not confirm any other locations yet. Bosselman owns several Pump & Pantry convenience stores, hotels and restaurants.
Quaker Steak & Lube already has one location in Council Bluffs at 3320 Mid America Drive. The restaurants, decorated with gas station memorabilia, classic cars and motorcycles, are known for their chicken wings but also serve steak, seafood and burgers.