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Epicurean Kentuckian: Big Al on Wow Dinner, Milan, NM

(Wow Diner, 1300 Motel Drive, Milan, NM 87021, roughly 20 hours, around 1,425 miles depending on route, from downtown Columbia, KY - See Google maps)
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By Big Al Owens, the Big Rig Trucker

I always stop at the Wow Diner in New Mexico.

All I can say about their food is Wow. It is delicious, great service, and a wonderful atmosphere.


I had the best beef and bean burrito with red Chile sauce today. It comes with a side of wild rice, and beans at a great price.

I definitely recommend stopping at the Wow Diner



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Epicurean Kentuckian: Big Al Owens gives Wow to Wow Diner



2016-09-18 - Wow Diner, 1300 Motel Drive, Milan, NM 87021 - Photo by Big Al Owens, the Big Rig Trucker.
I had the best beef and bean burrito with red Chile sauce today. It comes with a side of wild rice, and beans at a great price. I definitely recommend stopping at the Wow Diner. - Big Al Owens

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