South Paris is a census-designated place (CDP) located within the town of Paris in Oxford County, Maine, in the United States. The population was 2,237 at the 2000 census. While the CDP refers only to the densely settled area in the southern part of the town of Paris, the entire town is located within the South Paris ZIP code, resulting in many residents referring to the entire town as South Paris.
Things to do in South Paris
5 based on 107 reviews
There was an excellent article written in the Advertiser Democrat on Dec 16th, 2010 with background, descriptions and pictures. This could become one of the best restaurants is Maine...no kidding. Excellent menu, outstanding food, and reasonable prices = a great wining combination.
After enjoying many excellent meals over the years at 76 Pleasant, we decided to host our son's wedding there. We knew that the food would be excellent, the setting beautiful and that Amy and Bret are always wonderful hosts. The wedding exceeded all our expectations. We rented a tent but are excited to see the coming addition of beautiful barn next to the restaurant Thanks again Amy and Bret for making Chris and Catia's wedding such a success.
4 based on 70 reviews
Because of rehearsal for "The Little Mermaid" this was a lunch visit. A party of 8 was quickly accommodated. The menu choices at lunchtime are elegant! We had baked onion soup, escargot, Caesar salad, chicken wrap, among others. The two infants needed an early departure.
The service is notable at Maurice's! We have had the same server before and she is wonderful. This is not fast food, which is a plus. Don't miss it!
5 based on 15 reviews
Ice cream always makes me happy. A trip to Norway Soft Serve , which is located in the antique train station in South Paris is a destination not to be missed. Smiles abound ! On spring evenings, the local soft ball and baseball teams line up for fun and refreshments to smile about. The Ice Cream bar offers nearly every kind of that soft swirly delight that even the most imaginative would be pleased to consume. Whether your favorite be hard vanilla ice cream in a dish , a four tiered soft-serve raspberry, strawberry , chocolate, coffee king-sized cone or a frozen yogurt sundae with fudge sauce, whipped cream, brownies and nuts...you'll be happy too !
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Tucked in the corner of a small strip mall next to the local Golden Arches this great sandwich shop and bakery could be easily missed. Travelling with the dog we got a couple of Turkey Gobbler sandwiches and had a picnic in the local park just north on highway 26.
5 based on 5 reviews
The donuts are the same wherever you travel to. Love the consistency. Not that crazy about the new flavor change on the coolatta. Corporate made a big mistake when they made this change. The manager was excellent when I asked for my money back. They apologized, but I said not your fault. Asked them to relay how lousy the new flavoring is and someone mentioned I wasn't the first to say that. Excellent visit because of the customer service!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
I was driving through Oxford and noticed an Aroma Joe's. I pulled into the drive thru for an awesome Frozen Cappuccino which they call Fro-Jo. Just what I needed! Next time I'll be trying their sugar-free rush energy drinks. Great service as well!
5 based on 60 reviews
A hub of the historic village of Norway, ME. Fresh, local food, great coffee/espresso drinks, and a growing wine/beer list. Free WiFi.
Wonderful selection of breakfast and lunch foods. Local beers and a nice selection of wine. They are now open until 8 PM on Fridays, an added bonus. Wifi is strong, so also a good place to work remotely while you enjoy the beverage and food selection. Staff is very friendly.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Good reasonably-priced family restaurant. Friendly staff.
The food was okay average at best, The French onion soup could use a little more flavor by letting in congeal down and a little more chicken broth.
The Salad bar was small but nice and fresh. The Meatballs however were not or there was something wrong with them, VERY SOUR.
The Chicken Parisian was made with fresh white meat Chicken.
If it were not for the very sour meatballs and low taste in the french onion soup I would give this a above average rating.
A lot of places depend on Cheese to make a good french onion soup but the process starts long before that if you want a truly quality product.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
I can echo all of the positive comments already written. My wife and I have eaten breakfast here three times during the past two weeks and had a great experience each time. The owner constantly "works" the crowd displaying his friendly and caring attitude to ensure that all of the customers are being helped, their delivered food is to their satisfaction and their beverages are filled. This attititude is mirrored by his staff who are always smiling and laughing. The portions are huge and delicious. You won't be disappointed during your visit.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Brewery, taproom, & beer garden serving craft beer and handmade food from Maine farms
After hiking nearby we went in for lunch. They were having "Hogtoberfest" which was grilling an entire pig. You could purchase a wristband for all you can eat, but we chose some regular lunch items - pulled pork sliders and smoked sausage poutine. Along with a flight of beer (six 4oz samples). Overall very impressed with the food and brew. Not sure why they put cauliflower in the poutine, but it did add some texture.
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