Grammy's Country Inn is seemingly out in the middle of nowhere, but it's always packed and for good reason. They serve some great food here and some very generous portions as well!
This place is along route-2 but it's also accessible via snow mobile during the winter. We were here in February and there were almost as many snow mobiles in the parking lot as there were motor vehicles.
They have a pretty good selection on the menu, ranging from burgers to typical Maine seafood. We got the seafood platter which included haddock, shrimp, scallops, and clams. We split one order between the two of us and there were still enough leftovers for each of us to split again for lunch the following day!
There were also some very interesting and unique items on the menu, especially for appetizer which included deep fried fiddle heads and even deep fried lobster.
Besides great lunch and dinner items, they also have a bakery which whips up some amazing desserts which can either be ordered there (if you somehow are still hungry after your meal) or to take home with you.
Aside from the food, Grammy's is a very warm and welcoming place. It's easy to tell why everyone wants to stop off after a long day of riding snow mobiles - it lives up to the name and it almost does feel like stopping in at grandma's house to sit back and relax, taking a break before heading back out to "play" again.
Overall I would say this is definitely worth a stop, even if you aren't in the area. We drove all the way from Houlton to eat here and it was certainly worth it. We were here in the winter but I imagine it's just as welcoming any time of year.
Favorite Dish: Seafood platter with haddock, shrimp, scallops, and clam... as well as a ton of fries. One order is enough to feed at least 2-3 people! It's delicious too!