Gouldsboro is a town and municipality in Hancock County, Maine, United States on the Schoodic Peninsula. The town was named for Robert Gould, a landholder in the town. The town has many historically separate fishing villages, summer colonies and communities, including Birch Harbor, Prospect Harbor, South Gouldsboro, West Gouldsboro, Summer Harbour, Wonsqueak Harbour, Bunker's Harbour, Chicken Mill, Jones' Pond, Westbay, and Corea. The population was 1,737 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Gouldsboro
4.5 based on 330 reviews
Great local pub just outside the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Serving local seafood and produce whenever available-Darthia Farm Organic salad greens all summer. Fresh, delicious cocktail specials. Families welcome!
We almost avoided this place due to the cutesy name. It turns out that a pickled wrinkle is a real local food and is delicious. The meats and veggies are mostly locally sourced and are superior in taste and quality. There is a definite pub-like feel to the place with sports oriented televisions on the walls. But the food quality is definitely a cut above. The hamburgers are exceptional
4.5 based on 143 reviews
J.M. Gerrish Cafe and Ice Cream Parlour is a small (45 seat) restaurant on the coast of Winter Harbor Maine. The served here though simple fare is served well. We have gluten free products as well. Maine made Gifford Ice Cream in many flavors can be ordered by itself or incorporated in one of our many milk shakes, ice cream sodas, or sundaes.
waned a simple bakery snack and coffee Togo. waited on propmptly at the counter. Placed our order and recieved it. Bakery item was great and typical coffee. my wife had special coffee order and was very good. closes at 4!I'm very glad you enjoyed your experience at Gerrish's. We close at 3, however.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Pretty much great food at a very reasonable price. Fresh haddock, mmmm and Pies and all sorts of local delights... of course you can get a hamburger or what ever suits you. but it will be great... for sure...
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Authentic Mexican food cooked from scratch by an authentic Mexican family, in a mobile restaurant, aka a "Taco Truck" (actually an RV) surrounded by picnic tables.<br><br>Closed after Oct. 23, 2015 for the season--will re-open in the spring.
Agree with others. This little take out restaurant has some of the best authentic Mexican food anywhere. Lots of outside picnic tables, a few inside a protected porch area. We were amazed how many cars/trucks kept coming into the little parking lot. Line at the window to order was always busy. Sorry we did not find this little gem earlier! We will be back!
4.5 based on 100 reviews
The whole experience was great. A nice quiet small intimate place. Greeted warming by the hostess and our waiter. Waiter was very informative about everything and was on top of everything without have to ask twice. Started with drinks (blueberry margarita), soft shelled crab for an appetizer, followed by veal with bernaise sauce and shrimp. The bread btw was also very good. All was very good, as a matter of fact. Decent amount of tender veal, sauce was good, but I could recommend this dish to be with either crab meat or lobster meat - just feel that this would be a better flavor with the dish (scallops wouldn't do it either). Bill was on the high end with the drinks and food, but it is one of those cases where we were not disappointed by the food at all or the wonderful service.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Thanks to Mathews County store....much more than an excellent source of great local produce they also made me feel truly befriended. There´s something from country folk that many city dwellers could learn....a sense of community and a warm and welcoming smile are priceless !!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
stopped on a suggestion from local. place is off the beaten path but well worth the trip. menu is not large but adequate. we had lobster roll and crab meat roll which both were very good. the table next to us at the cheese steak sandwich and that looked great.
4 based on 100 reviews
We always stop at Tracey's for lobster rolls when we are driving by. They are freshly made to order and delicious. But not huge. One thing to mention is that if you don't ask for mayonnaise on your lobster roll it will come out with a toasted bun and plain lobster. No dressing. So we always has for mayo- even some extra on the side. We have eaten in our car or inside at a table and had good food each time.
4 based on 7 reviews
Stopped for something quick as we travelled along Route 1. Had to try the pea salad, didn't even know what it was...soooo good. Also had a good burger, and BLT. Almost forgot the mocha shake - very good! All prices were very reasonable priced for such tasty food items.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
We are your local family style restaurant serving breakfast and lunch. We've taken your old favorites and thrown is a few new ideas to create a unique dining experience just for you. We are located in the heart of Milbridge, come in and enjoy our panoramic view of Main Street while you savor our fresh hand breaded seafood or home made desserts.
Absolutely wonderful experience! Food was excellent! Service was excellent! Waitress was very friendly. A great experience. The mushroom soup was excellent! The homemade onion rings were outstanding! The burgers were absolutely delicious! Couldn't have asked for a better experience.
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