February 22, 2003
They have every malt and shake available, and they make original Cherry Cokes at their soda fountain. The food menu is simple, the same as their regular Runza Hut Restaurants: Runzas, hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, and the best onion rings you will eat anywhere. What is a Runza, you ask? Well, it’s hamburger, onion, and cabbage mixed with mild spices and baked inside a bun. Its origins date from the German settlers who came to the area and mixed whatever they had to eat together and baked it in fresh German bread. My mother use to make Runzas from scratch when I was young, just like her mother did when she was little.
Even though you can get a Runza just about anywhere in the state, the Rock and Roll Runza is a fun experience that you should have at least once on your trip. It always amazes me that the servers don't crash into each on those roller skates. Also, the owner displays his classic cars inside the restaurant, each month showing off a different mint condition '50s or '60s car. Yummy!
From journal College Football Game Day