There area several places that begin with "Boca", but since you mentioned I-95, I assume you mean Boca Raton. If not, let me know. There are other places I'll mention if you're starting from Boca Grande and head toward I-95 via I-75 to I-4 to I-95.
The obvious ones near your route would be Frank Pepe's, Sally's and Modern Apizza, all not far from I-95 in New Haven. Also, Zuppardi's in West Haven.
Buz n Ned's on Boulevard in Richmond, VA (Get the ribs, not the pulled pork)
Dixie Bones in Woodbridge, VA
Tony Luke's in Philly. It's nearly underneath I-95, but a lot of people skip that section of I-95 and take the NJTP to the east of there. If you go, don't turn down the Italian Roast Pork. If you are sharing with someone, one person should get a cheesesteak and the other gets roast pork, then split 'em.
Unfortunately, many of the good NC 'cue places are more than a few miles off I-95. Parkers in Wilson was once good, but has gone downhill after switching from wood to gas. I can't think of others worth going to within a couple miles of I-95.
D&H in Manning, SC. Good 'cue, hush puppies, and fried chicken at their "buffet". McCabe's in Manning was even better, but they closed because of a family illness, and don't seem to have re-opened. Might be worth checking if they have.
Smokin' Pig in Richmond Hill, GA. Make sure you go to that location where they actually smoke their BBQ there. Exit 87, just east of 95. It's on the left end of a strip mall area that includes a gas station next door. You can see the smoker in the back left corner of the strip mall.
Brickyard Lounge in Daytona Beach. - Great burgers, but is probably 4-5 miles off I-95. Still worth it.
Havana Hideout - Lake Worth, FL. Cuban with a few twists. Nice little courtyard to eat in. The food is cooked in a trailer behind the courtyard.
Sorry, these are not in geographical order. I just wrote them as they popped into my head.
post edited by Glenn1234 - 2017/08/10 16:12:03