Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Thomaston, Maine, United States. Thomaston (formerly known as Fort St. Georges, Fort Wharf, Lincoln) is a town in Knox County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,781 at the 2010 census. Noted for its antique architecture, Thomaston is an old port popular with tourists.
Things to do in Thomaston
4 based on 196 reviews
Lobster dinner for a very reasonable price. Good salad bar. Friendly and prompt service. We were happy we went for dinner.Thank you very much! Hope to see you again soon!
You can't beat the setting on a sunny afternoon or evening in the warmer months. The dock is great. The food was fine.... not great. There are some good ideas of things on the menu but huge prices are a bit steep for the caliber of food and place. Still worth a try if you haven't been.
Lunch here was very good. I had my first Lobster stew. Yummy! My partner had haddock tacos! All items on menus sounded great. Sit outside on dock with great views. Good selection of beers.
4 based on 567 reviews
Two amazing sisters run and operate this one of a kind local restaurant. Non touristy, but in the heart of the tourist Main Street. Unpretentious, amazing food and a seafood chowder that puts 5 stars to shame. Went back twice as the food and service was A-Mazing - fantastic lobster
4 based on 96 reviews
Family owned and operated takeout restaurant, with outdoor seating. Fabulous fresh food, friendly quick service and daily specials! Bonus- indoor large, clean, handicap accessible bathroom.
I am on a lobster roll quest, and this is the best. There is the right amount of mayo (very little), the price is right, itâs LOADED with tasty fresh lobster, and most importantly, the bun is toasted...essential. Oh, very friendly staff, which is so sweet, thank you for that! It is clean, the washroom is spotless, the colors are cheerful. Others have had burgers and fries, which are also fabulous.
4 based on 90 reviews
We are a downtown take out truck. We feature the freshest seafood directly from my sons lobster boat! We make everything ourselves and hand pick our lobster and crab. We have awards for our lobster sandwich and also our chowder. We also offer pulled pork
We stumbled upon this place and so glad we did. Itâs a shack (a really nice one), with outdoor seating and brightly coloured umbrellas. They offer a range of sandwiches, soups, fish dishes and kids food.I had Mac and cheese with lobster and it was delicious! The other half had pea soup with a wedge of bread. Free refill drinks and a really happy, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. So glad we stopped here. We left feeling chilled and full.
4 based on 267 reviews
Simple. Delicious. Always fresh. Family owned and operated seafood restaurant in Rockland, Maine serving lunch and dinner. A moderately priced casual restaurant with a focus on providing families with simple, delicious, always fresh seafood in a fun atmos
Easy walk from the Limerock Inn. Wait staff and service was friendly and attentive. My wife had haddock and I enjoyed their crab cakes. Both were very good and were great on a coolish evening. We even split their carrot cake which was up to my wife's standards (she loves carrot cake).
4 based on 545 reviews
Absolutely great! 2 breakfast dishes, 2 from the lunch menu. Out of 3 lobster rolls (at different spots) while in the midcoast this one was the best. The service is always spot on, what a great crew! Thank you Brass Compass!
4 based on 246 reviews
My husband and I have had numerous meals at The Slipway since it reopened after a year off. We have been beyond impressed by the creativity and quality of the food, as well as the exceptional service. We tend to order share plates from the always awesome, always rotating specials board and even after being fairly regular visitors for years weâve been blown away in 2019! Do yourself a favor and visit The Slip if you get a chance!
4 based on 146 reviews
Reopened October 25, 2017 with new Owner, Chef and menus. Join us for Thursday Burger Night and Prime Rib every Friday Night. Locally sourced foods with fresh baked goods. Specializing in local beef, lamb, and pork.
(Thomaston Cafe was closed for a while, and reopened under new management with a grand opening 10 Nov 2017 -- so don't pay any attention to reviews before that.) We went mid-morning on a beautiful Sunday, our first visit since the original Thomaston Cafe closed -- and there was almost no one there, maybe two other tables. My wife ordered crab cake benedict -- two thick crab cakes with perfectly poached eggs and hollendaise on a crispy grilled English muffin ($13) -- and declared it excellent. My prime rib quesadilla (also $13), on the other hand, was nothing to rave about. Both came with a side of uninspired red potato homefries. The regular coffee, drunk black, was good. The decaf, my wife felt, was watery (but, then, she always tarts it up with sugar and cream, so it needs to be robusto to withstand that.) Service was adequate, certainly the opposite of intrusive. Altogether pretty much an average experience.
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