Fat Boy, an iconic Maine drive-in restaurant, is now up for sale

The Brunswick eatery has been selling burgers, fries, and lobster rolls since the 1950s.

BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) — A landmark fast food drive-in restaurant in Maine is now up for sale.

Fat Boy in Brunswick, which has been selling burgers, fries and lobster rolls since the 1950s, had previously announced it was closing for the season in August. The Times Record reports a “For Sale” sign has been affixed to the business’s marquee sign.

Owners Jeanne and Ken Burton have been running the business since the 1980s. Fat Boy grilled up its first burger in 1955, across the road from the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.

Brokers Magnusson Balfour listed the reason for sale as retirement, but the listing doesn’t mention the restaurant by name.

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