“Montana's oldest drive-in”
Opened in 1930, Matt’s Place is Montana’s oldest drive-in restaurant, featuring beautiful old murals of the mountains on the wall, a short curved counter and an ancient, bright red, waist high Coke machine. To eat, there is the Montana classic, a pork chop sandwich, and all sorts of hamburgers, including a Wimpy special (two patties on one bun), a hamburger with an egg on top, and a nutburger with ground peanuts mixed with mayonnaise and piled onto the meat.
Easy access from the highway. Single counter for seating. Clean bathroom. Great fresh burger ,Homemade ice cream and fresh cut fries.Staff friendly and hardworking.
This place is closed and looks scary from the road.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS
Delicious burgers, hot dogs, and milkshakes!!!! A must-stop in Butte.
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Matt's Place Drive-In
- Sun, Tue - Sat: 11:30 am - 7:00 pm
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