If you've ever wanted to flash back to the past for a good old fashioned drive-in meal, Maine has got you covered. While other states have seen their drive-ins disappear or be replaced with generic chains, Maine is scattered with cozy drive-in restaurants that are totally worth the road trip. Here are 5 of them that you need to check out.


FAT BOY DRIVE-IN

It looked like Fat Boy in Brunswick was going to be a thing of the past at the end of last year but instead, it's back again in 2019 serving all the favorites that people have come to know and expect. Grab yourself a BLT or some tasty onion rings but make sure to save room for a milkshake.


 

VAL'S DRIVE-IN

People in Lewiston have almost held this nostalgic throwback a complete secret for decades. Val's is the real deal drive-in, with no indoor seating. Instead, sit in your car and let the food come to you. Pro tip: grab yourself a frosty root beer float on the menu. You won't be disappointed.


 

FAST EDDIE'S DRIVE-IN

Another piece of nostalgia tucked away in a small Maine town, Fast Eddie's is a true snapshot from the 1950's. Grab yourself a lobster roll or a red snapper but make sure to leave room for one of their signature desserts including a strawberry rhubarb sundae.


 

BELANGER'S DRIVE-IN

Belanger's has that old school diner feel and is located right outside of Waterville in Fairfield. They're known for their signature burgers, fried food baskets and meat pie. But just like other drive-ins on this list, save room for dessert. Anyone else interested in some Dole Whip?


 

CROSBY'S DRIVE-IN

If you've ever traveled through Bucksport, chances are you've spotted or at least heard of Crosby's. It's been the little drive-in that could for nearly 80 years in the town, serving a menu of seafood, burgers and sandwiches. Bucksport is filled with rich history and that includes this perfect Maine drive-in restaurant.


 

Time to gas up the car and take a little road to some of these iconic stops in Maine.