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If you’re looking to buddy up with locals and have a great meal, this is your spot. There’s live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays.
Breakfast to dinner, this fruity place is a go to for a good drink, better seafood and hit-or-miss live music on weekends. Sit in the sunroom for a view of the flower and herb garden below.
Grab some local wine and cheeses or take one of the great sandwiches to go from the folks at Perkins and Perkins.
An Italian restaurant that prides itself on authentic and healthy food. If you can, take the opportunity to sit on the decks overlooking the gardens.
Sometimes you want great seafood without all the pretense. Oarweed is the restaurant to fill your seafood need without too much hassle.
Owned by celebrity chef couple Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier, this seafood restaurant has a grand view of the Atlantic with prices to match. Just mind your manners, the staff is quick to sass unruly behavior.
Big dishes and atmosphere with a big price. But worth it, if not for the mesmerizing 600-gallon fish tank alone.
It’s all about the ocean views at this waterfront seafood restaurant. You pay a premium for the view and you’ll wait and wait.
Few farms trigger the image of luxury in our minds. This one will. Eat and relax in the Maine countryside until the cows come home. Then, maybe head for your car.
Styled like a true Italian café, you’ll find coffees, gelatos and pastries for snacking. And if you’re staying for dinner, paninis and brick oven pizza.
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