|Headquarters||Wall Township, New Jersey|
|David Kayal, Owner|
|Products||Fast food (including hamburgers, french fries, and milkshakes)|
The Circus Drive-In was a fast food hamburger drive-in restaurant located in Wall Township, New Jersey that opened in 1954, and operated until 2017. Cars originally pulled up and parked around the round building, which remained until its closing as an open-air indoor seating area. There was also a partially covered drive-in aisle where cars could pull up to experience classic drive-in service.
The Circus Drive In was leveled and demolished on 5/09/2018 as posted on many news websites.
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- "Circus Drive-In: Still a showstopper after 60 years". The Star-Ledger.
- Food Lovers' Guide to New Jersey
- New Jersey Curiosities (subscription required)
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- "Wall, N.J., Drive-In Restaurant Is Sold, Begins 50th Season on Jersey Shore". Tribune Business News. (subscription required)
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