Eat Beat: Stan’s Drive-In

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The pastrami burger and homemade fries combo meal is Stan's Drive-In's most popular menu item, paired with their famous homemade fry sauce. (Photo By Elliot Miller)
The pastrami burger and homemade fries combo meal is Stan’s Drive-In’s most popular menu item, paired with their famous homemade fry sauce. (Photo By Elliot Miller)

Stan’s Drive-In is the epitome of an iconic 1950s diner. Serving classic burgers, hand-spun shakes and homemade fry sauce, this restaurant aims to appeal to a variety of palettes.

Location:

Stan’s Drive-In is located at 525 N. 900 East in Provo and is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday–Saturday and is closed on Sunday.

Prices:

Stan’s Drive-In’s menu ranges in price from $3 to $10 depending on what and how much is ordered. Most combo meals range from $6 to $8.

Specialty dishes:

Stan’s famous french fries and handmade shakes continue to take the number-one spot in popularity, but the pastrami burger is not far behind. Combo meals including all three of these menu items are also first picks for first-time customers.

Interesting fact:

Stan’s Drive-In is almost 50 years old. The restaurant started with a small four-item menu and now features famous pastrami burgers, western chicken sandwiches, gyros, french fries, shakes, onion rings and much more.

What the owner says:

Ash Bedi, owner of Stan’s Drive-In, said, “Stan’s Drive-In is a very good burger place with fresh-cut fries and onion rings. We are the birthplace of fry sauce.”

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