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Lewiston’s refreshingly no-frills drive-up opened as a root beer stand in 1959 and doesn’t seem to have raised its prices since. The menu board includes delights like the heart attack burger (double cheese, double bacon), and you can ask for a “triple bypass,” which is three of everything with grilled cheese sandwiches for buns. You’ll obviously want dessert, so try a frappe (pronounced “frap”—old-school New-England–speak for a milkshake).

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Val’s Drive-In

Lewiston’s refreshingly no-frills drive-up opened as a root beer stand in 1959 and doesn’t seem to have raised its prices since. The menu board includes delights like the heart attack burger (double cheese, double bacon), and you can ask for a “triple bypass,” which is three of everything with grilled cheese sandwiches for buns. You’ll obviously want dessert, so try a frappe (pronounced “frap”—old-school New-England–speak for a milkshake).