Like Cooperstown for baseball players or Cleveland for aging rockers, this page is the home of our most celebrated Runzatics®. The brave. The proud. The slightly-offbeat.
If you think you can hang with these Runzatics®, submit your own Runza® story today.
I live less than a block away from the Runza® in Gretna and I am there at least twice a week! The ranch is the bomb and no where else on Earth can top it! I put the ranch on everything. Fries, onion rings, burgers and Runza®'s...you can put that stuff on anything!
I eat Runza® with my husband, Earl every Sunday for lunch. This tradition has been a part of our lives for about 10 years. We always sit at the same table and order the same food. We come so often the employees know us by name. We love Runza® so much!!
I am an avid lover of Runza nothing warms my heart more than the crisp fries and the golden chicken strips. When I eat Runza I am overwhelmed with joy. If I could eat Runza for the rest of my life I would be the happiest person in the world!
I had my first Runza at the drive inn on Pioneers drive in 1960. Came to Lincoln with college friends to see a Husker football game. Runzas were better than the game. I have been loving them ever since.
I lived a block away from Runza in Ralston back in the early 1970's. We've been in south central Kansas for 37 years now, but whenever we visit family in Nebraska we stop at Runza in York "going and coming" - doesn't matter how short the trip or time of day, we have a two stop Runza minimum when in Nebraska. Original Runza, fries or rings (or frings) and ice tea. It simply doesn't get any better! Food is ALWAYS fresh, hot, and delicious....unlike the national chains. My family LOVES RUNZA.
My sister-in-law visited from Georgia last summer. As soon as she crossed over into Nebraska she stopped at the first Runza for a large tea because "Runza has thee best tea!" She was here a week and I counted 5 times she visited the Runza in our town. Of course, my family agrees with her and loves all the menu items, we're just lucky we don't have to drive across the country to enjoy them. LOL