Montana April 26, 2019
The Old Fashioned Drive-In Restaurant In Montana That Hasn’t Changed In Decades
Spring is an exciting season in Montana for many reasons — but if you live anywhere near Polson, you’re probably more excited than most. From March through September, Richwine’s Burgerville is open for business, serving the same tasty burgers they’ve been serving for decades.
Richwine's Burgerville first opened for business almost 60 years ago.
Lucille and Enoch Richwine purchased the burger stand in 1962, running it until their children took over after 27 years. Their daughter, Marcia Moen, runs the restaurant today.
Every summer, Montanans on vacation flock to this old school stand for a hearty lunch or dinner.
But it's not just the nostalgia that keeps them coming back for more.
Richwine's is known for serving fresh burgers, which are made from beef hand ground onsite.
The quality here has remained consistently excellent for decades.
The menu here is simple, but it has everything you'll need for a mouthwatering meal.
Grab some burgers and a malt and spend the day lounging by Flathead Lake.
If trips through this drive thru are part of your childhood, you're lucky.
But it's never too late to start a new family tradition, especially if it involves food from a family-owned eatery.
Richwine's Burgerville is open daily from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. through September 30.
That means you can enjoy dozens of juicy burgers and their famous fries before they close for the winter.
Burger stands like
Richwine’s Burgerville has so much character. Mark’s In & Out in Livingston is another nostalgic gem.