Winter Harbor in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Winter Harbor with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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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 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 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.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
What a lovely seafood restaurant on the water. The lobster roll and fresh fish and chips were great. The customer service was very nice and the prices were reasonable. If you are visiting Arcadia National Park this is a good alternative for lunch or dinner.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
I wanted desperately to write an outstanding review for The Salt Box because our previous experience when they were in Hancock, Maine was excellent and a review of the present menu showed great promise.
The Salt Box is located just across the street from the harbor in Winter Harbor in a large post and beam building that was home to two previous restaurants. If you are fortunate enough to get a window table, there is an excellent view of the harbor. We arrived at 4:30 PM on a Wednesday and were promptly seated and presented with the menu and asked if we would like a drink. My wife order a Bombay Gin and Tonic while I had a Gibson with the same gin. Both were very good. We decided to plan our dinner in four courses, a shared appetizer, a second small plate, the entree, wine and dessert with coffee. Our cocktails arrived and almost immediately our first course arrived. Our first course was the Peekytoe Crab and Cheese Dip, which was served with warm baguette slices. This was very tasty but its quick arrival should have been a warning. Perhaps two bites into the dip and our Cheese & Charcuterie plate arrived. This consisted of Red Dragon Cheese, a Spreadable Salami and Olive Medley. Red Dragon Cheese is a Welsh Cheese containing ale and mustard seeds. The salami was cold and unspreadable and the Red Dragon Cheese was also cold. Both suffered by not being at something approaching room temperature. Again, a sign of the rushing that went into the presentation of the meal. As to the Olive Medley; well olives are olives, perhaps a half dozen ripe and green olives, nothing to write home about.
We were looking forward to our main courses, which arrived while every thing else was still on the table. My wife had the Homemade Semolina Pasta with Free Range Chicken and Tarragon Cream Sauce with Asiago Cheese. She said her entree was very tasty and the chicken was nice and tender. I love rabbit, therefore I ordered the Rabbit Pot Pie with Carrots, Parsnips, and a Flaky Pastry Crust. What the menu didn’t mention was there would be lots of carrots and cloves of garlic. By the time I got to the rabbit, my taste buds had been overwhelmed by the garlic-lots and lots of garlic and so the rabbit was just mystery meat, tender but with little taste.
Dessert-my wife had the Mount Desert Cocoa and Caramel Ice Cream while I had the Sour Cherry Sorbet, both were delicious. We also had freshly brewed coffee.
At this point let me say that during this whole meal, we were constantly rushed to finish a course, which we were never able to do without the next course arriving. This should have. been a leisurely, middle of the week dinner in a fine dining restaurant but we did not find that to be the case.
The tab: $208.01, including tip. Fine dining but rushed like a fast food restaurant.
Will we come again the next time we are in Maine? I’m not certain but perhaps we will since fine dining is a rarity in Downeast Maine. But we will certainly be more circumspect about what we order. Sorry Chef Mike Poirier but this was a bust.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Heading north of Bar Harbor on a recent trip, we stopped in Corea because of other reviews. The lobster rolls were excellent and overflowing with sweet and tender lobster. We don't usually prefer mayo on our lobster rolls, but the amount on these was light and didn't detract from the excellent flavor at all.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Discover Winter Harbor's own Lobster Pound Style Restaurant. Relax in air conditioned comfort or under the tent.
Our family ate here during a one week stay in Winter Harbor. All the food was delicious, especially the lobster roll! Had steamed mussels, fried lobster knuckles, lobster roll and blueberry soda. Several options for non-seafood eaters. Friendly staff too!
4 based on 143 reviews
seated promptly and was starting to get busy. Waitress took our order which included premeal salads. Salads arrived and before we got our salads done our meal appeared. two entrees one was good second one we did not care for and our bill was adjusted for that meal.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We offer the freshest lobsters that Downeast Maine has to offer, live or steamed cooked to perfection. We carry a wide variety of fresh fish, smoked seafood products,scallops,oysters,shrimp and so much more. We also ship our products to anywhere in the USA through UPS next day delivery.
I don't know how many times we drove past this place. It wasn't until someone said, "Try it! You will like it!" But try the "Char". We walked into this small seafood store and were pleasantly surprised! And yes, we did bring home a nice piece of "Char".
4 based on 3 reviews
This place is very casual and very popular with the locals. Staff was friendly and the food was excellent. The place has a homey feel about it and the delicious baked goods add to the ambiance. Good menu selection with breakfast all day.
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