Reviews on Contemporary food in Kennebunk, Maine, United States. Kennebunk (/ˈkɛnɪbʌŋk/ or locally /ˈkɛniːbʌŋk/) is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 10,798 at the 2010 census (The population does not include Kennebunkport, a separate town). Kennebunk is home to several beaches, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, the 1799 Kennebunk Inn, many historic shipbuilders' homes, the Brick Store Museum and the Nature Conservancy Kennebunk Plains (known locally as the Blueberry Plains), with 1,500 acres (6 km²) of nature trails and blueberry fields.
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4 based on 266 reviews
*Please Note: The Tides Beach Club Is Currently Closed for the Season* Dining at The Tides Beach Club in Kennebunkport, Maine is a refreshing experience with the emphasis on fresh! Our menu is bursting with fruits of the seas and vegetables of the garden,
We made reservations for the 4th of July with no idea we would enjoy such a great dinner. Everything about the meal was enjoyed from the ambience to the really friendly waitstaff to the fabulous food. The meal started with sweet potato rolls with cinnamon butter to a delicious chicken entree and an equally delicious salmon entree to the most amazing orange vanilla cheesecake. My diet went sideways as I couldnât resist those rolls or dessert. We sat inside but there are some casual Adirondack chairs and a few tables that are first come basis where you can enjoy drinks and /or a meal. Inside there a nice bar area. It was low tide so we were able to walk Goose Rocks beach before dinner. The signage on the street says you need a permit to park but we did see one sign that said 8:00 am - 6:00 pm only for permit parking. We parked across from the inn and no ticket! Good Afternoon, Thank you for taking the time to share your review on TripAdvisor. We are so glad you enjoyed your experience. We hope to welcome you back again soon for either a quick cocktail, lunch, or dinner! The Team at Tides Beach Club
4 based on 333 reviews
Stripers features local seafood on the water with a sunset view of the river and ocean, private beach, and a waterside bar. Have a drink and an appetizer in one of our adirondack chairs on our lawn, or come inside for a great meal, with plenty of options
It had been years since we last tried Stripers but decided with a new, more casual all day menu we would give it a try. We started with salads. I had the Caesar and my wife had a mixed green. Then, I had the mussels which were on the small side but the quantity made up for it. I would say they were just okay. Would not order them again. My wife had the pasta special that she really enjoyed. We sat outside on the deck and really enjoyed the view of the Kennebunk River. Until, being a child friendly hotel, we also had a view of 6-8 children ages 2-5 running around, playing tag and jumping off the stone wall just 15 feet in front of us. We understand they were just being kids, but it certainly did nothing for the ambiance of the setting. So we will give Stripers another try. But if the area between the deck and the river turns out to be a childrenâs playground again, we wonât return. There are other places in the Kennebunks you can sit and enjoy a quiet meal with a view without having to watch children run, jump, and play.
4 based on 195 reviews
The newest Sebago location in Southern Maine is a beautiful brewpub with an enormous brick oven. We have created a cozy pub where you will enjoy our great food and craft beers served by our fantastic staff. Come in for our Team Trivia Night on Monday nigh
My last experience was less than stellar. Food was good but not exceptional and staff was less than attentive. Recently tried another location in South Portland and similar experience. Will try again to see if things improved. If not moving on Maine has too many great places to settle
4 based on 1287 reviews
Sitting over the Kennebunk River in the Kennebunkport neighborhood of Dock Square. Hurricane Restaurant offers the freshest local seafood,locally grown produce and the finest of prime meats available in the market daily. Our Chef and Pastry Chef write our
We stopped by Hurricane for a quick lunch and were not disappointed. We were seated at a window table overlooking an inlet and the tourists bustling across the bridge in downtown Kennebunkport. We both had the lobster chowder, which was excellent. Very tasty with chunks of very fresh lobster and potatoes. Will definitely return!
4 based on 313 reviews
A new restaurant brought to you from local gal, Merrilee Paul and her husband David Ross that will feature the best of the area's resources. Relying on local farms, fisheries, and a commitment to the community, 50 Local is downtown Kennebunk's newest neig
A daily, except on Sunday when closed, happy hour is operated that runs for literally for an hour between the hours of 5PM and 6PM. It was a Monday, my watch registered 5PM and we were seated at the bar. $5 snacks and $5 wine are included plus $2 Narragansett lager and $7 Matt's Whim cocktail. When the bartender was questioned what Matt's Whim was this evening, he responded Tom Collins. We took a pass on Matt, Tom and Narragansett in favor of glasses of pinot grigio and sangiovese. Both were enjoyed along with a happy hour order of mussels in a slightly spicy red sauce.
4 based on 593 reviews
We have a new location on Route 1 in Arundel in a 1700's barn and farmhouse, with plenty of parking, outdoor seating, and the same great menu ( plus more) and service you have come to expect from us. A warm, inviting, comfortable atmosphere with eclectic
This is a gem. The food is creative, fun, well prepared, and only with the very best ingredients. The atmosphere is surprisingly casual for a place with such high quality food, and the prices are entirely reasonable. As good as it gets in Kennebunk.
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