Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Freeport. Local legend claims that Freeport was the birthplace of Maine, the decision to separate from Massachusetts having been made in a local tavern way back in 1789. Whether this is truth or folklore, Freeport has much more to offer, including South Freeport, a historic harbourfront village offering up a fresh catch every day. Nearby Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park and the Mast Landing Audubon Sanctuary provide nature trails with scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean over the rocky shores of Maine.
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3 based on 239 reviews
Located across from the L.L. Bean Campus our Lobster Roll stand is a great hit with locals and visitors alike!
This restaurant has an interestingly diverse menu. The traditional fare seafood is good and of intermediate price considering the summer market. The amount of lobster in the stew will not disappoint, the fried clams were merely 'okay', but the deep fried corn puffs were exceptional. Also, they offer a wonderful salad with warm goat cheese puffs and an excellent apple vinaigrette dressing. Am, once again, happy with the experience there.Good afternoon,I want to thank you for taking the time to write in today to share your experience with us! Getting feedback is vital to ensure we are giving every one of our guests the very best experience when they make the choice to dine with us. One way or another it helps us grow, and maintain the level of consistency you deserve! Again, thank you for sharing and we look forward to your return visits!Sincerely,Linda L. Bean
3 based on 1475 reviews
Our hotel recommended this place. It was ok. Service at the bar area was super slow. Finally after waiting 15 min, a gentleman finally took our order. I got the seafood chowder which was good and hubby got lobster roll, meh. Itâs conveniently located across from the LL Bean main store.Good day, I want to thank you for taking the time to write in, and on behalf of our entire team, I would like to apologize for your experience with us. We strive to provide only the absolute best guest experiences, and when that doesnât happen, it becomes vital for us to know so that we can take the necessary action to make things right. I do hope you will consider returning to Linda Beanâs Maine Kitchen & Topside Tavern in the future. If so, please contact our manager directly so she can ensure your dining experience meets both of our expectations.Sincerely,Linda L. Bean
4 based on 252 reviews
The Lobster Cooker is located in the heart of Freeport's shopping district just two blocks from L.L. Bean. Join us for fresh seafood in the Downeast Maine tradition. Dine in our historic 1860 barn or bask on our sun drenched garden patio. Relax in our Spo
As a non seafood eater, I am always hesitant to eat at a predominantly seafood restaurant because very often the non-seafood options are limited and prepared as an afterthought! Not so at the Lobster Cooker, while my podcast partner enjoyed the lobster bisque and fish and chip platter, I was able to thoroughly enjoy a portobello mushroom sandwich that was excellent. The mushroom was well marinated and the french fries were hand cut and made from local potatoes. They have both counter service for a quick meal and table service (which we found to be quick as well). Our bartender/server recommended an excellent local beer from the Maine Beer Company and was very informative and friendly with all of our questions.
4 based on 934 reviews
Azure, in Freeportâs historic North End & two doors from LL Bean, is a taste of Italy on the Coast of Maine. Visit the Freeport restaurant that has won Wine Spectatorâs Award of Excellence for ten consecutive years, was featured as âEditorâs Choiceâ for Y
We were recommended this restaurant by the hotel and I am sure this is not a bad place but having had some fantastic meals in Maine, this was not near the top of the list. We are at lunchtime and were able to be seated quickly, outside on a lovely day. Service was quick and attentive but the food was only ok. I was quite disappointed with my calamari. Really chewy, have had far better, I think it was just a bad choice as my husbands food was better.The position of the restaurant was good, on the edge of the outlet shopping on Maine Street,
4 based on 250 reviews
We went for dinner with some friends, who were delighted to see the atmosphere of these small restaurant inside the hotel. The starters were really nice, especially the lobster crepe, and the mains also. We loved our lobster! And also the desserts were really good. Nothing to complain about, nice setting, nice food, prices average for what you order.
4 based on 581 reviews
There are surprisingly few options for eating when strolling the shops of Freeport. Jameson is conveniently located, has some charm, and has long waits. The greeter was a little surly, and I actually felt sorry for her as she was busy in a restaurant with a frenetic mid-day pace. If there had been other options, I probably wouldn't have waited the 30+ minutes for a seat, especially since we had 2 children. However, had the weather have cooperated we could have waited just outside and that would have made the time seem much less. he food was simply "okay". I'd say the chowder was excellent, but the other meals our group of 6 had were all good, not outstanding. The calamari was a nice shared appetizer. The lobster roll a little pricey and a little disappointing. If you aren't time rushed and/or just want to sit for a while, eat okay seafood with prices that are just a little high, then this place fits the bill.
4 based on 712 reviews
Located two blocks north of L.L.Bean at 162 Main Street, Freeport Maine. The Broad Arrow Tavern is located inside the Harraseeket Inn.
Every time we go, it is superb. The service is top notch and the menu diverse. The brick oven pizzas and mac and cheese are so delicious that it is tough to resist. Did I mention the home baked breads and desserts?! Wow.Thank you! We hope to see you again soon!The Gray family
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