20 locals recommend ·
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This gem is right up the road in Yarmouth. The food is great, there’s plenty of parking and it’s a great place for a date night or a family dinner. And the best thing, no tv at the bar. You will likely end up talking to a new friend! Sunday brunch is fabulous and there is always live music.
Located in a renovated Grange Hall in Yarmouth. 15 minute drive, and VERY worth the trip. Casual, but fantastic, creative, locally-sourced dining.
Renovated church turned farm-to-table eatery for dinner. Live music on Sundays.
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“A little bit out of the way, but it is worth the stroll. Breakfast and lunch sandwiches are off the charts. They offer some of the best gluten free bread options around. ”
- 7 locals recommend
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Point of Interest
“The Town Landing, a mile away, is home to the largest anchorage in Maine. The vessels are mostly recreational sailboats, and a few commercial lobster boats. There is a small beach, pier, and cool rocks to sit on and watch all the activity. It's a great place to launch kayaks and paddleboards. The sunrises are amazing here! ”
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“An off the beaten path restaurant just north of Portland on Falmouth Foreside, this spot is right on the water inside the Handy Boat Marina. Beautiful views and terrific food.”
- 13 locals recommend