This Drive-In Restaurant In South Dakota Will Make You Nostalgic For Simpler Times
There’s nothing like an old-fashioned drive-in restaurant…and this little gem has been serving up delicious food with a side of nostalgia for the last 67 years.
Willert's Tasty Treet Drive-In opened in Yankton in 1950.
The inside of this tiny restaurant has been remodeled since 1950, but it still maintains the same 50s charm, with its retro vinyl-covered bar stools.
If you'd rather eat in your car, they'll bring your food on a little wire tray that hooks right to your window. This is drive-in eating, 1950s style!
The menu hasn't changed much since 1950, either. The same classics keep today's diners happy, so why change? The Tastee Beef sandwich is one-of-a-kind.
Grab the special: a Tastee Beef sandwich with fries and a shake or root beer float.
The fries here are particularly tasty - crisp on the outside and tender on the inside and crinkled, of course.
You'll find Willert's Tastee Treet Drive In at 413 W. 4th Street in Yankton. Visit Monday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 10:00 pm; Sunday from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm.
What’s your favorite menu item at Tastee Treet?
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