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While viewing Cape Neddick Nubble Lighthouse and Sohier Park, you can also enjoy eating with that wonderful view on the Only Restaurant in the Area which is Fox's Lobster House. The Place is not open all year round but only during the end of April through the end of October. The place was founded by enterpreneurs Frank and Annie Coupe from Methuen, Massachusetts They built a small, rustic lobster pound with an inside dining room that seated 40 people and also owned the nearby Gift Shop.
Favorite Dish: Maine is known for it's excellent sea food in general and it's world famous lobsters in general so you can order the sea foods and lobsters here while viewing the Light House. The Menu Varies but I've ordered a lobster bisque pint which costs $ 7.95 a bowl.
Other menus include:
Golden Fried Onion Rings
Hand cut & battered. $6.95 Golden Fried Lobster Tails
Fresh lobster tails with spicy remoulade sauce. $19.95
5 large Gulf Shrimp served chilled with our tangy cocktail sauce. $9.95 Maine Steamed Clams for Two
Sweet and juicy clams served with broth and melted butter. $19.95
Golden Fried Calamari
With marinara sauce. $9.95 Maine Steamed Clams for One
Single portion. $11.95
Fried Mozzarella Sticks
Served with marinara sauce. $5.95 Steamed Mussels
In our light lemon butter sauce, with garlic, basil, and white wine. $12.95
Crispy Fried Crab Cakes
Two scrumptious crab cakes with taragon aioli. $9.95
Home Style Chowders
New England Clam Chowder
Thick & creamy recipe with
lots of sweet clams
A Maine classic with chunks of ocean
fresh haddock in a creamy stock
Classic creamy recipe with juicy bits of succulent lobster meat
Fox’s Fabulous Lobster Stew
Fresh and sweet lobster tail and claw meat in a creamy broth with a dash of sherry
Written Jun 25, 2011
Address: 8 Sohier Park Road, York Beach, ME 03910
Phone: (207) 363-2643
The Sohier Park Welcome Center at Cape Neddick Light Station, better known as Nubble Light, was built in 1991. The building includes separate rest rooms for men and women on either side of a 12-by-12-foot gift shop. Although the shop is small, inside is packed with tons of souvenir items for hordes of tourists during summer and early fall and I might consider these as part of the tourist traps hehehehe.
What to buy: assorted souvenirs like my favorite refrigerator magnets that costs $ 4.99 to $ 7.99, assorted shot glasses lfrom $ 2.99 to $ 6.99, nubble light port cards, keychains, sweat shirts, wind breakers and more.
What to pay: depends on what you buy but they are generally cheap
Updated Jun 25, 2011
Address: Sohier Park Road, York Beach, ME 03910
Phone: (207) 363-1040
Shameless product placement has long been an evil of television and movies. I'm sad to report that the State of Maine is hopping on the Subliminal Advertisement bus. I often wondered why so many tourists gawk at Nubble Light as if it were Jesus descending from the clouds. Then I watched this video in slow motion and when I paused it just right, THERE IT WAS! For about a split second you can see the image of a coke can! Despicable! Can we sink no lower!?!
Nothing screams New World Order like a flaming red coke can on a lighthouse!
Red = Power, Power = Government, Government = the elite, the elite = illuminati, illuminati = in league with Satan.
Updated Jun 8, 2006
Favorite thing: You can't tell from these pictures, but the waves were the wildest I've ever seen them during this rain storm. What is clear from these pictures is how windy it was. The force of the wind and the frigid, stinging rain drops prevented us from staying here any longer than it took to take these photographs. Ahhh, New England weather.
Written May 15, 2006