The Very First Drive-Thru Restaurant In Iowa Still Has Cars Lining Up Around The Corner

It was 1948 when the team behind In-N-Out in California changed the fast food game forever by opening the first drive-thru windows at their California burger chain in 1948. It was only seven years later when Tastee Inn and Out opened in Sioux City – and today, this classic drive-thru in Iowa is still going strong! You might be fooled that it’s still the 1950s as you drive up, as the building is very much paying tribute to the era it was created. The menu hasn’t changed much either – but with delicious Iowa classics like this, who would want it to? So get in line, drive right up, and you can eat treats from this Iowa original without ever leaving your car.

Have you driven right up to the Tastee Inn and Out in Sioux City to place your order? Let us know all about your meal at this classic drive-thru in Iowa in the comments section. If you want to find out more about their menu, you can visit their website or Facebook page before you visit. And for another iconic Iowa drive-thru, check out this nostalgic favorite.

Address: Tastee Inn & Out, 2610 Gordon Dr, Sioux City, IA 51106, USA

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