Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Lewiston. Lewiston (English pronunciation: /ˈluːɪstən/, French pronunciation: /ˈluːɪstə/; officially the City of Lewiston, Maine) is the second largest city in Maine and the most central city in Androscoggin County. The city borders the coastal sideways of the Gulf of Maine and is south of Augusta, the state's capital and north of Portland, the cultural hub of Maine. It is one-half of the Lewiston-Auburn Metropolitan Statistical Area, commonly referred to as "L.A." or "L-A." Lewiston exerts a significant impact upon the diversity, religious variety, commerce, education, and economic power of Maine. It is known for a relatively low cost of living, substantial access to medical care, and an extremely low violent crime rate. While the dominant language spoken in the city is English, it is home to the largest French-speaking population in the United States (by population) while it is second to St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, in percentage of speakers.
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Was up visiting family on fathers day weekend. Originally I am from Maine but now live in Ct. were they do not make this sandwich and do not have the same roll either.. So when we come and visit I've get a couple to bring back home and sometimes rolls also and make my own.. Yes I think it is the bread that ties it all together.. Very Good Mmmmm
3 based on 28 reviews
When reading some of the reviews, I had the impression this might be a quaint neighborhood place with red and white checked tablecloths.... Well, not so much. Think formica and linoleum. Nothing fancy, by any means, but clean and neat. Looks like the bulk of their business is carry-out. In fact, I think you can carry it next door to the Blue Goose and have a beer with your Za. The pasta servings were huge like other diners have said. We opted for sharing a small loaded pizza and a couple of garden side salads. Salads were basic if not a little anemic---add some parmesan and they were okay. The loaded pizza with vegies and 2 meats was tasty---I would prefer a crispier crust but it was still good. About $20 for the loaded Za salads and a couple fountain drinks. Sounds like the pasta dishes are their specialty---but I'd eat here again.
3 based on 27 reviews
Good for a quick stop for lunch. Fast in and out. Italian subs are very skimpy. Pasta is good. Clean good looking decor. Worth a stop
We frequent the Sam's on Sabbatus Street. The Italian sandwiches are "the way Maine should be," and the peanut butter whoopie pies are 'to die for.' Pizza is fine and consistent; monthly specials are always good, ample, and priced to make you leave the cooking to Sam's at least once a month. Friendly young staff with lots of energy.
4 based on 51 reviews
Marcos has private banquet facilities to accommodate groups of many sizes. We do anniversaries, weddings, receptions, funeral luncheons, business meetings, birthday parties and whatever other functions you may need us for. A luncheon buffet is available d
My wife lived in Lew-Aub many years ago - that Marco's burned down. We were looking for dinner this week and found that they had rebuilt in a new location. Very pleasantly surprised: we enjoyed our meal experience very much. The server was attentive, personable, and knowledgeable.Our meals were very tasty and well-presented. (And we certainly did not go hungry.) Will recommend, and come again next time visiting Maine.
4 based on 18 reviews
Every year we go back to our hometown & a pizza & Italian sandwich from Sam's is a must! Still same good food! This time tried a Mexican pizza...delicious!!
4 based on 56 reviews
I was staying at a nearby hotel and called to see if they deliver, they don't. However, I had read so much about this Maine chain, I decided to venture out and pick it up to go. I was starved! I like thin crust pizza so I really liked their crust. I was quite pleased. It was slightly overdone and the cheese a tad chewy but again, I was so hungry that barely registered. It's not shoot you to the moon pizza, but it's good, unless apparently you're a starved vegan like a previous reviewer
4 based on 42 reviews
A coworker and I met for lunch. We both had salads, the French Salad and the Chicken Prosciutto Salad, and they were great. The French salad had generous portions of feta, asparagus and spinach. The chicken prosciutto salad had lots of chicken and prosciutto as well as fried Parmesan, tomatoes and greens. The fried Parmesan was a little odd tasting and I would not have that on the salad again. Server was very pleasant too. The pizzas looked good and smelled fabulous!
4 based on 47 reviews
George's Pizza has been in business since 1976. Whether it is a quick lunch or an evening out, we are dedicated to providing the customer with great food and friendly customer service. We also take great pride in our pizza dough that is made fresh every d
I stopped in with a friend for lunch before we went for a workout. She had the gluten-free, 10 in onion and mushroom pizza. It was delicious! I ate one slice and it was just melt-in-your-mouth yummy. I had the Greek salad. It was abundant, fresh, crispy, and very filling. The feta cheese and olives were right on. I strongly recommend this place for a healthy meal and great atmosphere. The place is clean, friendly, and waits on children and large crowds if needed. We will be back.
4 based on 434 reviews
DaVinci's is located in the historic Bates Mill Complex on 150 Mill St. In Lewiston, Maine. Our menu features house made Garlic Knots, Fresh Soups, Brick Oven Specialty Pizzas, and a wide array of Italian Specialties. We offer extensive lists of craft bee
I donât go out to eat very often, and when I do I want it to be special. This was not. My salad greens in the house salad were wilted, not crisp. The garlic knots are very greasy feeling and donât taste fresh. My spaghetti and meatballs were ok. The meatballs, while very good, were lukewarm. And my daughter thought her carbonara were just âok.â Our server was very good.
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