We've said it before and will say it again Colorado is a great place to eat. Our state is loaded with awesome roadside eateries and truck-stop diners that feature unique treats you've got to try at least once.

What's Colorado's most popular truck stop diner? One of the most popular answers was recently shared at Lovefood.com, as part of their list of the best truck stops in all 50 states.

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Colorado's Favorite Truck Stop Diner

Coloradans have been in love with Johnson's Corner since 1952. Johnson's Corner is known for great food, Colorado hospitality, and world-famous cinnamon rolls that make mouths water.

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Located along I-25 at exit 254 in Johnstown, Colorado, the corner's service station is open 24 hours a day, with Johnson's Corner restaurant open from 6 AM to 9 PM most days.

Must Menu Try Item at Johnson's Corner

The Cinnamon Rolls at Johnson's Corner are so good they are sold at several 7-11 shops around the Front Range. There's nothing like trying one for the first time, fresh from the oven with a hot cup of coffee. The staff at Johnson's Corner creates about 500 cinnamon rolls every morning from scratch

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Mouthwatering Favorites at Johnson's Corner

Johnson's Corner will make you feel like a kid in a candy store. The menu of baked goodies includes their famous cinnamon rolls, homemade pies, cookies, cheesecake, bread pudding, homemade coffee cake, whole cakes or cake by the slice, and lots more. Johnson's Corner Restaurant is a Colorado favorite that has earned the honor of being called one of the 'best truck stop diners' in the Centennial State. Find out why the next time you're near Johnstown on I-25 north of Denver.

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Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams