The restaurant with personality

The Junction Eating PlaceFans of antique memorabilia, vintage railroads and — oh, yeah — fantastic food will find the Junction Eating Place in DeKalb to be a wondrous experience. Their decor reflects the heyday of the railroad junction where all rail travelers could count in a good meal to refresh them on their trip.

Once through our doorway, you will surely never be bored by the surroundings! Inside, guests are always greeted with a warming welcome, a rustic potbelly stove and an on-site train that adds to our guest’s delight. Also, if you are seated in some parts of the dining area, you can see the guys at work over the cook fires!

There has been an awareness of nutritional health and concern in recent years and a growing market of people who now eat our culinary style of cooking regularly. Our responsibilities include the effect of our products on the health and well being of our customers, and inspiration for concepts come from within and also from trends we read about and see while traveling.

The menu is moderated sized, offering a collection of many of your favorites and a great celebration of American items with a common theme–healthy (low-fat, natural ingredients), flavorful, and familiar. Our goal is to create satisfying and still nutritious food. Fresh vegetables, choice cut meats and dairy products are used to create home cooked meals from scratch.

In our 40+ years of professional experience serving in the food industry, during which we coined the phrase “Make the Junction Eating Place Your Meeting Place”, we have proudly compiled a reputation and home for DeKalb County and its most popular family restaurant. Major attention has been devoted to decor and culinary aspects, with an ever-changing menu featuring dishes made with regional foods!

Excellent breakfast, great lunches, and pleasant dinners are available to diners, and we hope the output reflects our commitment to you!

For more information and to view our menus, go to or stop by for your next meal. We’re located at 816 W. Lincoln Highway in DeKalb.

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