One thing Maine does not lack is good restaurants. You must go to 'Costas' in Rockland. They say Rockland is the Lobster capital of the world. Had 3 lobsters for $20. The restaurant is an old fishing shack, still looks like one. There is no menu, they write the special on a giant piece of paper and read it to you when you come in. The tables are old uneven table with Newspaper table cloth and a cantee bottle with a candle. There is a giant wooden salad bowl waiting for you with huge slabs of bread, huge. The inside looks like it's still being used for fishing, right on the pier.
total unique, it was perfect, it made the whole trip.
Favorite Dish: lobster over pasta, seafood, seafood, seafood.
MOSTLY THOSE RESTURANTS ALONG THE SHORELINE ROUTE 1 GOING OUT OF PORTLAND, THE BIGGEST CITY AND GOING NORTH ON 1 THEY ALL ARE GOOD BUT THE MUDDY RUDDER SPECALTY IS FISH AND LOBSTER.
RIGHT ON BAY
Favorite Dish: NOTHING BUT LOBSTER JUST DO IT.
Great Panini grilled sandwiches, soups & salads.
Favorite Dish: try the Turkey artichoke panini sandwich. Best sandwich I've ever tasted. And if they have the Salmon Bisque, don't miss it!
More abundant, cheaper, more delicious and less formal here in Maine. You can get it almost anywhere.
Try not to eat as much as I did......
Oh, what the heck!
Don't leave Maine without having a full course lobster dinner. You'll enjoy it thoroughly.
The photo is from the Maine Lobster Promotions Council.
This restaurant has been around since 1898.
The food and service was great.
Favorite Dish: No doubt the Stuffed Baked Lobster.
Rich and delicious.
Shack on an ocean cliff. You can sit indoors or on the large patio with picnic tables. The View is breathtaking.
Favorite Dish: Everything was great, from the burger for my child to the Lobster.
Portland is suprisingly bohemian! Lobsters fall from the sky here! You can eat just about anywhere and get a great seafood meal! Great at night too!
Downtown flavor where you can buy fishing nets that are made in Patten.
Favorite Dish: We had an Italian which is a sub, grinder, or long roll sandwich.
We ate at Fisherman wharf, the lobster of course. $3.95 for a one pound lobster! They will even ship it home for you.
Favorite Dish: The State Dish
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