Bridgton is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 5,210 at the 2010 census. A resort area in Maine's Lakes Region, Bridgton is home to Bridgton Academy, a private preparatory school, and the Four on the Fourth Road Race.
Things to do in Bridgton
4 based on 16 reviews
stopped on the way to Lincoln , NH. had to try the steak sandwich wont make that mistake again. the staff was friendly and fast but the had no control over that so called steak. live and learn
4 based on 36 reviews
The Gazebo is a unique restaurant in Bridgton that serves quality food and ice cream. The restaurant itself is actually a large gazebo.
Stopped in based on the recommendation of the owners of the cabin we rented. Ample portions were perfect considering it was ice cream for dinner. My pumpkin pie flavored cup was fantastic. Hubby's hot fudge sundae with soft serve vanilla hit the spot. Friendly service and good seating options. Probably a good thing we were only in the area for a week. I could see us visiting many more times with too much ice cream consumed resulting in too many vacation pounds added to our waistlines. Will visit again when back in the area.
4 based on 165 reviews
My husband and I thought this was a great find!! We came upon this cafe after hiking pleasant mountain, and thought it was a wonderful place to stop for lunch. The food was delicious. I had a small chicken pot pie and a freshly baked oatmeal cookie. My husband had a sandwich special with grilled chicken, spinach and mozzarella cheese. He could not stop talking about how delicious it was all afternoon long. The staff was friendly and helpful. The cafe's atmosphere was wonderful. The couple at the table next to us were raving about the breakfast. We suggested it to relatives who went the
next day for lunch..
4.5 based on 116 reviews
We went there twice this summer before Deertrees theater. The first time was without a reservation and because we had to wait for a table we were in a bit of a hurry. The waitress made sure we were served quickly. Both dinners were fantastic. The next time we had a more leisurely dinner, again great food. The outside is deceiving, doesn't look like much. Inside there are tablecloths and flowers. The only downside is they could use more help- the waitstaff really has to hustle and they do.
4 based on 168 reviews
I had the grilled salmon salad, which was very good. Service was prompt and professional. Prices were very reasonable, and menu selection was very good.
4.5 based on 151 reviews
We are taking reservations for all amounts of parties, on all the days we are opened. BAR OPENS AT 4:00 PM. LIMITED MENU AT BAR UNTIL 5:00 PM WHEN DINING ROOM OPENS
Vivo is a top notch restaurant. The food is outstanding as is the service. The portions are more than adequate - you will definitely not go home hungry. We've eaten there many times, and the food is consistently excellent. I would recommend making reservations, even for a party of two.
4 based on 187 reviews
Campfire Grille is a family friendly casual restaurant open for lunch and dinner daily, located on Rte 302 adjacent to The Pleasant Mt. Inn. American Creative Comfort Food, Outdoor Dining, Take Out and Full Liquor License.
We returned to this wonderful restaurant because the food and service was so good. It didn't disappointed us. My better half had a great southern fried chicken dish Maine style. I had scallops in a great maple sauce. I'd get that again. As expected the wait staff was attentive and friendly. We, also, had the onion rings appetizer with a dipping sauce. To good!!!
4 based on 87 reviews
After going to the movies, stopped at Ricky's for dinner, and we were not disappointed!! There is a large menu along with daily specials on the board. My husband ordered the meatloaf and I had the "Diner croquettes" a special that day. The croquettes were like my mom used to make, yummy! The only thing I would say is that there were 3-4 croquettes with gravy, along with a vegetable and roll. I would have preferred one less croquette and perhaps some mashed potatoes along with the veggie for a more complete meal, but that is just me. My husband ordered the raspberry pie, delicious! A good find, we will definitely return!!
4 based on 84 reviews
Whether just passing through or upta-camp for the weekend, be sure to stop on your way. A casual beer and a bite here is made quick and easy but always fresh and from scratch. Shift gears and stay a while to work your way through the wall of brightly lit bottles and cans & indulge in a party of flavors with a few nightly specials from the kitchen. Built into a renovated (but still operating) gas-station, standard gastropub leaves dining concepts in the dust. Breaking the mold, this self-service fill-er-up offers customers a full service experience at the table. Get an array of flavors for little money by ordering plenty of small dishes and sides to share (try something new!), and be sure to ask questions of the knowledgeable staff. Show your day ticket or seasons pass from ANY mountain; and get $1 off droughts and select items for Après Ski!
What a hidden gem! The food was outstanding! If you can't find a beer in there that you like then you have serious issues. I ordered the mac b cheese. It was superb! The bacon in it was so fresh and the cheese sauce was phenomenal! They need to put another sign on the sidewalk cause its easy to drive by! The only reason i give it 4 stars is because 1. Put your take out (especially mac n cheese) in non cardboard/absorbent containers. It soaked up all the mac-n-cheese sauce. 2. Prices are very high. It cost me $17.00 for a take out mac n cheese that was in about a 1.5 cup container.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Towandas is a fun, adventurist deli, with healthy choices, sandwiches, wraps, panini, meals to go.... Mon. Through Sat. 9-6, Sunday, 9-5.
Towanda's has a lengthy sandwich menu, most of which are named after local mountains, hikes and bodies of water and include several vegetarian options. They also offer soup (two on the day we were there, one of which was vegan). There were some fancy desserts on display in a refrigerated glass case, as well. I arrived at 12:40 p.m. to find Towanda's packed with people enjoying lunch. There was nary a seat to be had. A patron who saw me hovering graciously offered me the table she was vacating shortly. By the time my friend arrived a bit after 1:00 p.m., the lunch crowd had thinned out. Regardless, my friend and I went in separately to order so as not to lose the hard-won table. My companion ordered without incident and greatly enjoyed the Rueben sandwich that she had requested. When I went in to order, I waited about 5 minutes at the register before anyone acknowledged me (a pet peeve of mine). There was one person making sandwiches and at least two people back in the kitchen. I finally had a chance to order (egg salad on a gluten-free roll with a sun-dried tomato pesto spread), paid and returned to our table on the front porch. Our sandwiches arrived promptly. The egg salad with pesto was delicious, so no complaints there. The gluten-free bulkie roll...Well, let's just say that I've never met one that I liked, and this was no exception. It was a bit dry and fell apart as I tried to eat it, so I ended up eating the filling and leaving most of the roll. As for the ambiance, it was a gorgeous day to eat outside, and we enjoyed the porch despite the occasional interruption from noisy traffic.
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