199 Pleasant St.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Phone: (207) 729-1129
Fax: (207) 725-8310
Bars & Cafes
"Freeport's original brewpub," this popular local favorite serves handcrafted ales, pizza, New England classics, fresh seafood and more.
Located within the Harraseeket Inn, the Maine Dining Room offers delectable breakfast and dinners for hotel guests as well as outside visitors. The executive chef Eric Flynn uses locally sourced fresh organic ingredients to create a delightful blend of local and French recipes. He is renowned for using a lot of color in his dishes; the visual appeal will entice your palate. You can use The Cumberland Room, situated at the rear of the restaurant, to host your small-scale private events.
Established by Joe Byrnes, a former navy personnel, Admiral Steakhouse is a small tribute to his mother. The steaks offered here are made from the Black Angus beef, that contains tremendous flavor within its chewy texture. Apart from their juicy steaks, you can also choose from their salads, pastas, seafood and poultry dishes. Complement your food with a cocktail from their list. Keep an eye out for their specials which change regularly, but offer enticing value for money deals.
Located in Downtown Bath, Solo Bistro brings to the people a modern twist in traditional recipes. The executive chef Tony Lavelle's travels across the Pacific region as well as Asian countries have heavily influenced his cooking styles. Let your meal comprise of appetizing entrees of Miso Roasted Halibut, Grilled Faroe Islands Salmon and Vegetarian Daal. Accompany your meal with a wine or beer from their list. Solo Bistro is the proud winner of the Innovative Culinary Hospitality Award by Sante Magazine. Lucky guests may have a performer playing out soothing melodies and entertaining them on some nights.
Established in 1976, Muddy Rudder is a great restaurant in Yarmouth to gorge on seafood preparations. Apart from their popular seafood they also serve delectable steaks. Those who follow a gluten free diet can enjoy their delicacies without gluten. Thanksgiving is the best time to drop in at this restaurant, when they serve a special festive fare. Guests dining at the patio can relish their meal as they watch the gentle river flow by.
Fish Bones American Grill was established by Paul Landry and his wife Kate, to provide Lewiston with a sophisticated dining place to gorge on seafood. The menu features typical American cuisine that has blended together flavors from global dishes. Apart from seafood, patrons can also devour the duck, meat and chicken dishes. The red brick walls of the restaurant surround the furnishing that are covered in hues of brown and black. Guests can use their Trophy Room to celebrate a small private affair. The restaurant organizes various entertaining events. Check the website for updates.
Situated on the banks of the Androscoggin River, Gritty McDuff's Lewiston/Auburn Brew Pub & Restaurant features long tavern tables, a copper bar top, traditional brick work and a spacious deck that offers the best riverfront views in town. Gritty McDuff's Auburn serves the finest in traditional pub fare.
Enjoy your meal at Diamond's Edge Restaurant & Marina as the water gently crashes onto the coast. Located within Diamond Cove and slightly away from mainland Portland, this restaurant is easily accessible by boat. Guests can enjoy freshly caught delights from the sea: oysters, shrimps, scallops, fish, lobsters. If you're not into seafood, worry not, they have delectable meat dishes to satisfy your palate. A splendid time by the sparkling waters awaits you at Diamond's Edge.
Ports of Italy brings to Boothbay Harbor delectable cuisine inspired by recipes from Northern Italy. The menu boasts of typical Italian fares of pastas, raviolis, breads and focaccia, all crafted by hand. Try out their pastas, which blends together herbs and sauces to create tantalizing flavors. At the entrance to the restaurant, guests are greeted with pretty displays of vegetable Antipasto (vegetables decorated around the roasted suckling pig) and Branzino (comprising of fish, garlic and rosemary), made from ingredients imported from Italy.
Located within the Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa, Bogie's Casual Bistro is a wonderful place to drop in for breakfast or dinner. Bogie's offers a casual dining environment where friends can meet and have conversations in a relaxed ambiance. The menu features delectable local dishes of burgers, sandwiches, clam chowder, steaks and chicken. Do try out their popular Lobster Mac & Cheese. Sports enthusiasts can catch a game, on their huge television, at the lounge while sipping on some refreshing beer.
Named after the street it is located on, Sedgley Place is housed within a Federal home from the late 18th Century. A brainchild of Suzanne and Paul, this restaurant is managed by the Levesque family. The menu changes regularly to offer a refreshing New England fare to feast upon. The ingredients used in the preparations are sourced from a farm in Leeds that organically grows its fruits and vegetables, ensuring best quality product. In summer, dine at the patio while surrounded by a pretty garden and in winters, nestle close to the warmth of the fireplace.
Urban Farm Fermentory sources its ingredients from local farms to create ciders, meads and kombucha that boast flavors that are authentically Maine. The fermentory uses spontaneous fermentation in its production process, leading to creations that are tart, crisp and vibrant. The selection on offer is constantly changing as new flavors and blends are discovered. The fermetory often hosts workshops and classes for those interested in learning more about the processes behind the finished product. Tours of the facility are available during tasting room hours. The tasting room itself boasts 14 taps that serve a rotating selection of experimental brews. Sample a pure cider or blend a few together to create a drink that is uniquely yours.