The Drive in, Grantsburg

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Cuisine: Burger,Restaurant,Family Style Restaurant
Contact: (715) 463-2056
Open Hours: [{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:00:00","day":"monday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:00:00","day":"tuesday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:00:00","day":"wednesday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:00:00","day":"thursday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:30:00","day":"friday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:30:00","day":"saturday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"19:00:00","day":"sunday"}]
The Drive In Restaurant, located on Bench Street in Taylor's Falls, will be celebrating its 53rd anniversary this summer. The Drive In nurtures fond memories of that golden era, with carhops, 50's music, root beer in frosted mugs, and good old-fashioned hamburgers. When Allan Anderson opened his Drive In on July 5, 1956, James Dean was starring in the 50's classic Rebel Without a Cause at the St. Croix Auditorium Theatre. A Drive-Inn restaurant was a new concept and the idea was intriguing for the Anderson's, who were intent on making it a family business . When the Drive In first opened, customers were not quite sure what to do! It wasn't long before they learned where to park their cars and how to order from the carhops. Inside workers poured the root beer into glass mugs while cooks fried the hamburgers. A small root beer cost 5