After weeks of speculation, claims of bounced paychecks and shuttered doors, Cougar Country Drive-In, a Pullman fixture, is for sale.
The restaurant was listed on the Beasley Realty website for $1.9 million Tuesday.
The owner, Rhonda Witt-Miller, was unable to be reached for comment and declined to return phone calls to the Daily News.
The restaurant has been closed since Feb. 10.
Rumors began swirling the business would close early last month after news outlets quoted employees stating the future of the restaurant was uncertain and they had not been paid.
Cougar Country opened in 1973.