Waldoboro in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Gift & Specialty Shops. Discover best things to do in Waldoboro with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Waldoboro
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Pleasant staff, authentic German food (we just spent 2 wks in Germany, so have a real standard for comparison!) Broad selection of meats and cheeses.
Kraut is very mild. The red kraut salad (rotkohl) has apple, bacon, and spices--it is sweet and to die for...get it f'shure. Potato salad was also excellent.
Smoked bratwurst was superb, I'd get it again inna heartbeat.
Incredible German beer selection, and huge USA craft beers. Lotsa wines, including a few in cans.
We pulled across the street and picnicked on deliciousness, ahhh. There is a narrow porch for outdoor dining (it, too, was full) in addition to the small dining room inside. Deli has no eating area.
Staff were charming, helpful.
Wheelchairable BUT TIGHT SPACES. I didn't ck the bthrm for wheelchair ease, sorry.
5 based on 40 reviews
Even though Beth's is 16 miles from home, it is worth the trip to get fresh vegetables. Nothing like the fresh corn that was picked that morning. Beth's doesn't have the wide variety that the grocery store has, but there is that good feeling getting your food grown locally.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
When I'm in the area (which, sadly, isn't that often), I always make sure to take a few minutes to stop by and visit this unique store. There's a wide variety of souvenirs, gifts and furniture, all handmade by inmates of the state prison system. Store is clean, well-lit, nicely laid out and staff are very pleasant. It's right on route 1 so an easy place to stop.
stop into the Maine State Prison Store. They sell a wide variety of nicely made items, all from the prisoners in the state prison system. You can purchase anything from some unique souvenirs to gifts to furniture. Well worth stopping by for a few minutes!
4.5 based on 66 reviews
I stop in each time I visit Damariscotta. I go for the Mocha Latte. While in line I usually spot some baked item that is screaming to be eaten. I'd rather not attempt to eat and drink while walking the sidewalks, especially during tourist season. So, I find a seat to use the wi-fi for a bit. When done I always walk around the book shop. I always find something interesting, though I don't always buy something.
There are tables outside when it's warm enough. A big draw for me is to be inside near the large front windows to watch the snow come down from within the cozy comfort of the cafe.
The combination of a quality cafe and book store under the same roof is not common in small town Maine. Stop in. Take your time. Observe us locals. Perhaps we can inspire you to write.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Aunt Lydia's Tavern was built in the early 1800s. It has undergone many changes over the years. Since 1996 it is the home of the Maine Antique Toy & Art Museum. We display a world class collection of antique toys, Disneyana, original items worn and used by the Movie Cowboy stars, 1977 Star wars, original comic strip art and animation cels. It is a museum enjoyed by adults. Be sure to bring your parents and grand parents. They will have a wonderful return to those thrilling days of yesteryear. Please arrive for the museum before 3pm. Open hours are Memorial Day to Columbus day 10-4pm. We are always closed on Tues & Wed. Columbus Day to Last weekend before Christmas, we open only Sat-Sun 12-4pm. We are closed from Christmas to Memorial day. Thank you.
We really enjoyed our visit to the Museum, it was well worth the $6.50 apiece entrance fee. We spent an hour and a half and had my stomach not rumble may have spent even longer. Lot to see and a lot of history about Maine's involvement with the cartoon and entertainment industry. Younger people may be astonished at how we entertained ourselves and passed the time back in "the day" when they see the exhibits. The art is phenomenal, I think even "Sheldon Cooper" would enjoy this place.
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