Discover the best restaurant in Dover Foxcroft, United States including Nor'easter, Butterfield's Ice Cream, Center Coffee House, Stutzman's Farm and Bakery, Spencer's Bakery and Cafe, Bears Den, Spruce Mill Farm and Ktichen, Pats Pizza Dover Foxcroft, Pat's Dairyland, Shiretown Pizza & Sandwich Shop
4.5 based on 55 reviews
The food here is always good. We were a party of 5 and were able to be seated quickly. Our waitress was attentive and the food was served as ordered. The cheese sticks have a unique batter and are excellent. There were enough for each of us to have at least 2 apiece. Good food in a comfortable setting.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
We enjoy going to this family owned eatery. The food is very good. The homemade ice cream variety is extensive and delicious! I recommend Butterfield's!
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Center Coffee House is your home for Espresso, Coffee, Tea, and delicious, healthy light fare for breakfast, brunch, or lunch. With plenty of indoor seating PLUS a three-season rooftop deck, you have to check out the Center Coffee House. Right in the heart of downtown Dover-Foxcroft, next to the historic Center Theatre!
My family and I decided to check out the roof top area added this summer. We all ordered coffee drinks. I ordered an iced mocha, it was a hot morning or I would have requested my fav chaider with cranberry cider, and it was excellent. Four of us enjoyed a slice of quiche and 1 a yogurt parfait and we shared a couple donuts. The quiche was tasty, even warned in the microwave. Mine was broccoli and cheddar and the crust was buttery. I really like the rooftop area. It is accessible by a staircase on the side of the building and in the right spot offers a lovely view of the river and trees. I would recommend umbrellas as an option for next season as that sun gets quite hot up there. But it is a very nice spot and the food enjoyable.
5 based on 9 reviews
This is not something that I would expect to find in North-Central Maine. Probably a high end Farmer's Market would have this type of food. It is seasonal from June to December and most of the food is raised on the farm. The highlight is the brick oven pizza. My favorite was apple bacon, but there are many combinations and they will make what you want. There is a buffet for $9.00 that includes, choices of soup, salad, pizza, desert and an assortment of drinks. The coffee is ground in Skolwhegan, Maine, and it is excellent with their wonderful deserts. They also have a retail shop with produce, maple syrup, honey and breads. The drive is beautiful all year, but spectacular in the fall. No traffic to fight with! They have many excellent reviews online and have the Downeast Magazine's seal of approval.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
The first place we stopped did not serve a sit down hot breakfast. The lady was nice enough to send us here. We had a great breakfast, great service and took yummy to go pastries with us. We had raspberry pancakes and ham. It was delicious. We were too full to try the pastries' so got some to go. They were soooo good. Great prices. Great stop for breakfast!
4 based on 28 reviews
My daughter and I just were not in the mood for anything in the fridge this evening. We had planned to go to The Mill for soup and a Panini, but they were closed early on a Sunday afternoon. Then we were going to try Pastimes, also closed. So my daughter says, Oh lets try The Bear's den. The service is very good. We had Rachel and she was sweet. The food is typical for these parts. Heavy and not real inventive. So I ordered the Cheese Steak Bomb. I like that the inside of the bun was grilled. It was about a 6 inch sub roll. The steak was enough and cooked properly. It had onions peppers and mushrooms. I had a side salad with it, and I have to say, their salad was great! fresh greens, no iceberg and nice slices of cuke, peppers and onions. Very nice. My daughter had the Chicken Parmesan, the sauce was nice and thick, but the chicken batter had hard crunchy parts and was left on the plate. But the real shocker was the price of a White Russian with Absolut vodka $9. Hello! This is the boons of Maine! I never paid more than $7.50 on the shores of New Hampshire for a top shelf drink! Wow. Well, if that is your thing, have at it. Next time, if there ever is a next time, I won't bother with a drink, or ask first about the prices.
5 based on 8 reviews
Fresh locally made bakery goods, homemade delicious soups, great choices for sandwiches with fresh bakery breads, locally grown food items on sale, some local products decorate the building and are for sale. Specials change daily, with some regular items.
4 based on 13 reviews
Had a wonderful experience today while passing thru Dover Foxcroft.
Stopped for pizza was was very pleasantly surprised. Waitress was quick to greet us and very personable.
We ordered the all meat pizza. After a few minutes the waitress returned and said it would be a few minutes longer because they ran out of ham and had to go get some. Seriously no New Jersey pizza place would ever do that.
She even gave us a 10% discount for a few minute delay. Pizza must have weighed 5 pounds. So covered in meat you did not know it had cheese until you you bit into it. Seriously great pizza. Waitress made it all fun.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
After the Balloon Festival the girls and I stopped for ice cream and found Pat's to be yummy. All of the girls said that there ice cream was very tasty.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
There is not a great pizza place in Dover-Foxcroft and there are now 5 places offering it. So everyone said Shiretown is it. I went, got a small vegetable pizza, and I do mean small. Really uninspiring. Lots of black olives, green peppers, a few sprigs of BROCCOLI? Yup, uninspiring. And worst of all? Over 11 dollars with tax. From here on in, it is Shaw's supermarket for a Circle brand cheese pizza, yes, frozen! $4.99, $3.99 on sale! Then throw on fresh spinach, tomatoes and goat cheese and bake. Better that any pizza in this town. Sorry, but the truth-the whole truth- and nothing but the truth- so help me DF.
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