Reviews on Cafe food in Rockport, Maine, United States. Rockport is a town in Knox County, Maine, United States. It is thirty-five miles southeast of Augusta. The population was 3,330 at the 2010 census. Rockport is a popular tourist destination and art colony.
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4 based on 77 reviews
I have come here for several years, mainly to have the "make your own salads," with your choice of greens, dressing, three ingredients added (for free), and extras (such as feta cheese). The price is reasonable, for all this, since the salads are large.I am pleased to report that the last salad I had (for about $12) was fine, without wet spinach being used (as happened once in the past). The one problem is that sometimes too much or too little dressing is used. There usually is adequate seating and free Wi-fi.And the coffee is pretty good.Produce can be quite expensive here in the grocery section. For example, avocados today were priced at $2.49 each (about double what they are in the local supermarket!).Service at the counter is efficient and friendly.Thanks for your continued patronage and support. We strive to provide the best locally sourced food and service and next time be sure to let our staff know how you like your salad. Happy to cater to your preferences on salad dressing or anything else to ensure you have a great experience. As a small market we canât always compete on price with the big box stores but we do try to support local farmers, producers and products. We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 545 reviews
Absolutely great! 2 breakfast dishes, 2 from the lunch menu. Out of 3 lobster rolls (at different spots) while in the midcoast this one was the best. The service is always spot on, what a great crew! Thank you Brass Compass!
4 based on 276 reviews
European Style Bakery and Cafe serving breakfast pastries including several types of house made croissants, baguettesm batards, artisan breads, soups, desserts, coffee, and other beverages
We were pointed to the refrigerator case and assured they were made that day...wow. The daily lentil soup was too spicy and the building lacked any personality. Overall, there are better options and I wouldn't choose this again.I am sorry you did not enjoy our place. We worked very hard to satisfy our customers. As for the sandwiches. the Bread Crew is here until 3 AM baking our delicious breads every day year round, and our cook come at 5 and make all this wonderful sandwiches. Our daily left over are donated every day to the food pantry, churches as well as the Travis Mills Foundation and they have not been disappointed so far. The lacked of personality of our building must be because we are one of the oldest running business in Rockland. I hope Mr Anonymous855 that you will give us another try.
4 based on 996 reviews
Cafe Miranda has been located in downtown Rockland, Maine since 1993. We offer a vast menu of wood-fired oven, seasonal & adventurous ethnic dishes using locally harvested ingredients from our own farm. Come by and join us for lunch or dinner seven days a
Stopped here for lunch after visiting the Farnsworth Museum. We had a short wait for a table, but the place is small and busy, and folks were coming in and giving their name and going out to wait. I had the Wee Meat Pies, an empanada made with brined and smoked pulled port with black beans and more. They were beyond tasty! My wife had the Honky Tonk egg rolls that need to be seen to be believed. They have house smoked chicken with cabbage, cilantro, basil and more. They are her go to favorite. So much, so good, from such a small space.
4 based on 926 reviews
Now ALSO open for Dinner Wed - Sat 5-9pm
Home Kitchen is a SMALL place with incredible food and great service. They manage to accomodate loads of customers quickly while maintaining courtesy and good humor. I had the Chef's Salad (HUGE! almost couldn't finish it), and my husband had the Pastrami & Swiss sandwich, which he loved ("lean but juicy, perfectly prepared"). The homemade blue cheese dressing is to die for. Will definitely be back
4 based on 96 reviews
Think tiny non-corporate Barnes & Noble, as it should be. I hope there is never a day when places like this donât exist.
4 based on 1016 reviews
There comes a point where the trade-offs, like "views of the harbor," don't cut it. Sandwich size? Unless you order one with thick bread, and maybe even then, are so lacking in filling you will have to go eat elsewhere immediately afterward. Ten bucks for a scrawny sandwich with a load of potato chips, and an, admittedly good pickle, is too high a price. Except on the second floor, (when it's open), there is no waitstaff. So, you place your order at the high-barrier food case, pay at the register, sit at a table, wait for your name to be called, and then go pick up your order. And then you get the overpriced, scrawny sandwich with all those potato chips which you'll be glad for because you won't get full on the sandwich, no matter how slowly you eat it. And don't think it makes a difference whether you order a lot, or a little. The laissez-faire attitude extends to all.Staff is generally not welcoming. That, too, has been forgiven long enough. When enough is enough, it's enough. No more. A sit-down meal at a full-service restaurant isn't going to set you back much more and you don't have to do most of the work yourself. Just get desserts and coffee. Great desserts at a very good price, at least the other week. Note: TA needs to change back to the $ sign for ratings for cost levels, because "cheap eats" it certainly isn't. Self serve and casual, it is.
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