Reviews on American food in Georgetown, Maine, United States. Georgetown is a town in Sagadahoc County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,042 at the 2010 census. Home to Reid State Park, the town is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located on an island accessible by car from the mainland, Georgetown includes the villages of Five Islands, Georgetown, Bay Point, Kennebec Point, Indian Point, Marrtown, West Georgetown and Robinhood. It is a popular tourist destination.
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4 based on 103 reviews
Enjoy seasonal foods of Maine, harvested at their peak, in a casual coastal setting. The Pub offers locally sourced meats, freshly caught Maine lobster and seafood, and farm stand produce. Away from the crowds and close to the sea, join us in The Pub or d
Really not fine dining . Food was above average but no table cloths and lots of kids running around. We were on time for our reservation but had to wait. We felt rushed. Noisy..Little Village Bistro in Wiscasset or Ports of Italy in Boothbay Harbor are better...Not worth the long ride.Thank you for your feedback. It sounds like there might have been a misconception of what to expect from our restaurant, which is a casual pub in a family-friendly resort. While our food does convey a feeling of "fine dining", we don't use tablecloths because we don't want to cover up our beautiful hand-made wooden farm tables. We do offer linen napkins and exceptional service on top of one of the best views in the Midcoast. By the way, I agree that Little Village Bistro and Ports of Italy are amazing restaurants....but neither one can boast our ocean view!
4 based on 604 reviews
Been frequenting Robinson's for years and have seldom been disappointed. Service is always prompt and efficient, the food is always hot and delicious and portions are extremely generous. Really look forward to seeing our favorite server who excels in all aspects of her customer service skills. Highly recommend.
4 based on 272 reviews
The only reason they are popular has to be the view and convenient location. The service was not great - kept forgetting to bring things like rolls, water, never got my salad. But worst of all was their complete apethy to food allergies - surprising for a seafood restaurant. After 2 rounds of food coming out where the kitchen ignored the allergy on the order, we told them not to try a 3rd time. What did come out allergy safe was ok but nothing special considering all the other restaurants around the area. Their location by the beach and fort keep them busy, but the location and views are the only redeeming quality of this restaurant.
3 based on 33 reviews
View was great. There was hardly anyone in the restaurant and the service was terrible. Waitress totally indifferent. Had lobster fries that were more like lobster flavored batter, tasteless haddock chowder, and an under cooked flatbread pizza.Can forgive a bad meal but not the horrible service. Never again!
4 based on 174 reviews
Winnegance is a restaurant and bakery serving breakfast, starting at 6:00am-11:00am and lunch daily until 4:00. All of our meals and baked goods are made from scratch daily. We offer eat in and take-out for all of the items on our menu. We offer a wide va
I was met at the front door by two smiling waitresses and sat down to have a simple but excellent grilled cheese sandwich with their homemade coleslaw....I also had a taste of a friends blackened Haddock wrap, which was scrumptuous! They have a wide selection of beverages and wonderful baked goods that you can take to go, if your full...I tried the Lemon Cake and would go back just for that. The Coffee was fesh and hot, perfect after a rain. If you are looking for your meal done in 5-10 minutes then go to a fast food place, the foods great and worth the wait! STOP and EAT! LOVE THE RELAXING ATMOSPHERE!!!!!
A Midcoast Maine landmark for over 160 years the Meetinghouse is a perfect place for events and celebrations of all kinds. Set in a serene rural location the Meetinghouse warmly delivers a mid-19th century Maine feeling with modern amenities. We offer a s
Carlose and Aly produce a delightful Sunday brunch. The scramble with oysters and bacon ($12) was memorable--I can't remember a more delicious breakfast dish. Good coffee, limited menu, bloody marys with lots of vodka. It's a great feeling to see this place come back to life.
4 based on 86 reviews
We serve great breakfasts, lunches and suppers to dine in at lunch counter or small dining porch gallery, or take out. Specialties are lobster rolls, seafood platters, homemade fries and onion rings and pizza. We have 2 picnic tables on our lawn. Convenie
Georgetown Country Store is a genuine old-fashioned general store serving the residents of this particular Maine peninsula, where there are no supermarkets. Within the store, there's a small counter at the back with, I think, four stools, and then, at the front, the sunporch has four or five "dining" tables. You order at the counter, pay at the front of the store, and then take a seat. The rather taciturn woman at the counter then brings the food to you. Two of us had the fried clams, which i must say could have been better. Batter too thick, rendering the dish edible but not perfect. Fries were just OK. We also had some fish chowder which, while 80% potatoes, was better than the clams, and more authentic, with non-thickened broth like it ought to be. One of us had a good egg salad sandwich which he enjoyed. On other occasions, we've had lobster rolls here, which are really excellent. The setting is fine, along the road. Perhaps the best thing about the Georgetown Country Store is its authenticity. No pretenses. We'd come again.
4 based on 120 reviews
Casual elegant dining with stunning ocean views on the Midcoast of Maine. Cocktails in our cozy bar or on amazing wrap around porch with amazing ocean views.
Try to arrive early to enjoy a drink on the wraparound deck facing the water. Warm and friendly greeting and staff. The specials were creative, local, and tasty. Portions were larger than youâd expect for fine dining. Wine list was quite reasonably priced and chosen. Very enjoyable evening.
4 based on 588 reviews
A great location. On the dock, the doorstep to the ocean. Fun seating, family-style with long picnic tables. Sunset was nice and people were very friendly. I had ordered whole belly fried clams, nearly $30 per plate. The clams were soggy and limp. I like a little crunch, there was none. I was bummed. Itâs not like it could be returned for a better outcome. This as a very busy, tourist destination and the staff is hurried to get hundreds of orders out. Itâs B.Y.O, which is a plus, no overpriced alcohol. But they make up for it with a very pricey menu.
4 based on 447 reviews
Our dining room is helmed by Award Winning Executive Chef Stephen Richards, the 2014/2015 Maine Lobster Chef of the year. Our menu features reinvented coastal cuisine and focuses on simply prepared items made with the freshest possible local ingredients,
We sat on the deck, one of the best harbor views. I had the shrimp dinner and my husband had the warm shrimp roll. Both were excellent. Service started a little slow but was very good.
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