Best Seafood restaurants nearby. Discover the best Seafood food in York Beach. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Seafood restaurants near you.. York Beach is a village within the town of York, Maine, United States. The York Beach area consists of Long Sands and Short Sands beaches on the Atlantic Ocean in the Gulf of Maine. The two beaches are separated by Cape Neddick. Cape Neddick and York Beach together comprise the Cape Neddick census-designated place, with a year-round population of 2,568. The town of York consists of the communities of York Beach, Cape Neddick, York Harbor, and the village of York; 12,529 residents with a summer months population increase to an estimated 52,000 people.
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4 based on 123 reviews
Walked by many times, but never stopped for a meal before now. To seat outside for Labor Day weekend lunch be ready to wait for 20-25 min. They seat you outside and bring your drinks while waiting. Beautiful view from the porch overlooking Ogunquit sound. The salad was great and scallops as well, but not a clam chowder. They also should have brought the knifes to the table... It also pricey. Overall is good for a quick lunch with a view.
4 based on 1072 reviews
Enjoy lobster, steamers, lobster rolls, chowder and a whole lot more in a friendly, casual atmosphere. Live lobsters caught by local lobstermen wait in tanks filled with ocean water coming straight from the cove. Choose your size and two sides. For all th
Quite simply the best lobster Iâve ever had! The 2 lobster special is not to be missed. It doesnât even need the melted butter. Even the corn in the cob was outstanding. All for $24! Do Not Miss This. Itâs a great rustic spot in Perkins Cove.
4 based on 327 reviews
To our valued customers: Our goal at Fishermen's Dock is to provide a pleasurable dining experience for everyone concerned. We take pride in serving the freshest quality foods available. It is never our intention to be a fast food operation. Good food tak
Knowing we were visiting York,Me. I checked restaurant reviews ,we decided to try Fishermanâs Dock. Let me start by saying , âGo no furtherâ to find your meal.The food here is a 5 star rating . The other two people choose clam chowder Lobster and steamers .( I tried my wifeâs and can tell you ,both chowder and steamers were excellent. My self I decided on the seafood platter, wow ; Fried clams, scallops, shrimp and fish . This platter is huge and was cooked right. The service is also awesome,they continually check to make sure customers are happy. We did not have to wait to sit, but upon leaving around 5:15 noticed long line outside. This is a restaurant worth driving to eat.Notice picture
4 based on 438 reviews
The York Harbor Innâs recently renovated restaurant- â1637â, offers wonderful ocean view dining in a landmark historic inn. Upon entering the dining room, you are welcomed to the past, present and future in both atmosphere and culinary art. Our menu, fea
Great tasty food with superb service. My wife has. Glutten allergy and the pizza was simply sumptuous. I ordered the chicken with pasta and enjoyed it. The chowder was fresh and well seasoned. The chef came out and was talkative and friendly. Great dinner experience. Charming restaurant with reasonable prices and friendly staff
4 based on 393 reviews
What you really want when you go to a restaurant is a really great meal and great service, this lacked both.My husband and I both got the Bouillabaisse; the sauce was too sweet. My childâs fried fish was fine, but she couldâve been almost anywhere getting that, including IKEA. I ordered a coffee which came cold. The kicker was when we ordered the blueberry cobbler and a little tiny square of burned pie came out covered with whip cream. We sent it back.Itâs too bad really, because the location is lovely. I would suggest improvements of more servers and/or better servers and maybe working on their recipes a bit would help. What they need to work on most is making sure that anything sent out looks good and taste good.
4 based on 147 reviews
Went and had lunch with the kids. I knew of this place from getting drinks here 2 summers before. We walked over from York's Animal Kingdom. We wanted a nice lunch and not "carnival food". The food was delicious, drinks yummy and the staff was super friendly!
4 based on 800 reviews
Offers a Maine dining experience while overlooking the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Our family priced menu includes traditional Maine seafood, along with chicken and beef choice which can be enjoyed with your favorite cocktail. Come relax and enjoy the frein
My husband and I stopped at the Lobster Cover for lunch and as soon as we sat down I wanted to go but he was hungry :(. The flies were abundant and busy which for a restaurant isn't a good sign. After placing our order of a beer, soda, native steamed mussels and a lobster roll we were given a small basket of stale bread. My husbands soda came quickly and I finally after 5 minutes flagged down our waitress for my beer, which she forgot about. The mussels arrived but were in more of a water broth, I think someone drank the white wine they were supposed to be cooked in. They lacked flavor of any kind, just bland with boiled down onion chunks and tomatoes. The lobster roll was smothered in mayo :( such a pity to ruin the lobster with that amount of mayo. All in all a waste of a meal and money. The saving grace was my beer and the fries on the lobster roll plate, but I kept thinking how many flies might have already tasted them.As we left we noticed some customers being served on the outdoor deck, funny because that's where I wanted to sit but was told it was closed:(
3 based on 555 reviews
First time at Sun and Surf. Great view of the rolling surf and quite atmosphere even though the restaurant is nearly to capacity. Food was excellent. We had seared scallops with pork tenderloins and mashed sweet potato. Excellent. Anthony our waiter was very courteous and helpful. Great place to eat.
4 based on 841 reviews
Stopped here with friends after viewing the Nubble Lighthouse. The view from the dining area of the coast and the light house are beautiful. The food in the restaurant can only be described as average. Non-seafood selections are few, and seafood selections border on being best described as fast-food. If not for the location, I can't think of any reason to eat here.
4 based on 308 reviews
We stayed just up the street at an inn and this place was recommended. It was a short walk and we got right in and sat outside (they are first come first served). There were heaters on the porch so although it was chilly, we were plenty warm. The service was great, very personable. I had a seasonal sangria to drink. It was awesome. Not overly sweet which can be the case sometimes with sangria. We got a plantain chip app that was delicious. I had the wasabi tuna meal and my partner had the fish ad chips. We both agreed it was some of the best f/c we've ever had! After dinner we had a boozy coffee drink and shared the cheesecake which is made a local bakery. The blueberry compote was outstanding! The owner also happened to be outside on the porch chatting with customers and even brought out blankets for guests sitting outside. Game changer! He was very nice and personable as well. Our only hangup was that there was not a hot coffee drink on the menu so we asked them for a decaf with 2 different liquors and were charged $22 :( Overall a great spot that we will definitely revisit when in the area!Thank you for the review! We love sitting outside as often as we can and we love that our guests do too! We're so glad you enjoyed your visit with us and hope to see you back soon!
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