Eastport is a small city (consisting entirely of islands) in Washington County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,331 at the 2010 census, making Eastport the least-populous city in Maine. The principal island is Moose Island, which is connected to the mainland by causeway. Eastport is the easternmost city in the United States (although the nearby town of Lubec is the easternmost municipality).
Things to do in Eastport
4.5 based on 203 reviews
This is a seaside restaurants with outdoor seating only, serving fresh lobster, crab, clams, mussels and scallop dishes in a variety of ways. The chowda is to die for (not your standard, flour base, but a creamy seafood infused broth loaded with yummies). There are salads, wraps, rolls, children's portions and dinner size as well. There are a few items for land lovers, but no one in our group ordered any of them. There is a small gift shop offering local made mustards, relishes and other refreshments. Put it on your bucket list!
My husband and I visited Eastport this summer and based on the Yankee recommendation we went to the take-out restaurant and ordered two of the large lobster rolls. We have eaten lobster for years both steamed and rolls. This was one of the worst. The meat was very tough and the portion wasn't very generous considering the price. We spent the summer in Lubec and found a wholesale place where we could get lobsters for $4.75 a pound regardless of size. Rather than order lobster rolls at restaurants, I cooked the lobster and shelled them and made my own salad.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
A new bakery in town with breakfast sandwiches and coffee; as well as a great assortment of sweets. Welcome in this very small town.
My daughter and I stopped in this quaint town and found the bakery to be open and soooo full of goodies! We both left in a food coma! The ladies serving us were so polite and we had an enjoyable conversation with all the customers in the shop!
4.5 based on 58 reviews
We were in Eastport for the week of the fourth(of July). My wife and I both need good coffee to start our day. Every time we came into "town," that was our first stop.
My wife tends to be very picky about her coffee and she became a fan. Don't be fooled by the "empty building" look, stop in, have some coffee and spend some time. We spent some time just sitting, sipping and people watching.
If you find yourself in downtown Eastport, stop in for a coffee break.
4.5 based on 304 reviews
We will be closed on December 29, 2017 and reopen on April 1, 2018<br>Thank you very much for your support
If you enjoy good chocolate, Monica's is the place to stop. Any flavor you put in your mouth, you will not be disappointed. I love chocolate and orange and this was one of the best I've tasted. Monica herself is so incredibly nice and will...MoreThanks, I hope you return soon.
4 based on 293 reviews
This friendly restaurant has great service and fresh, tasty food.
The prices were a little steep for us but the portions were more than generous. We shared the black bean soup (loads of garlic which we love) as well as the baked haddock with crab, green beans and roasted potatoes. Everything was cooked to perfection and we felt that we had a complete meal.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
The best OMG lobster roll in the world! All food looked good. Inexpensive local cuisine in a casual, diner atmosphere.
Fried haddock and onion rings were just mouthwatering. Served super hot! Price was very reasonable, service was very good. Closed at 8 on a Friday evening so that was surprising for summer, and there's no where else close by. Good variety on the menu, locals recommend the fish and chip and they were right!
4 based on 142 reviews
Popular Pub Style Menu: Good Food Fun Folks.
We'd been aiming for the Chowderhouse on our way back from PEI, but they were closed for an event, so the Happy Crab was it. Service a little slow, but the food was great and just what we wanted. We'd been eating a lot of seafood, so we went with a burger for DH and the buffalo chicken wrap for me. Spicy! Good choices on both items. Stupendous fries! Really crispy!
4 based on 349 reviews
New, wonderful atmosphere, extensive menu, watch seals as you dine
We had the veal dishes which are Frank’s speciality. Excellent mouthwatering meals. Come with a big appetite as plates are full. Beer and wine are available. This is a locals hangout. Frank’s veal prep is his favorite. Try it you’ll love it!
4 based on 157 reviews
We were in Maine a couple of weeks ago on a mission trip with 49 Native American Warriors bring the word of Christ to the local reservation and has a great dilemma with some lobster that was given to the team by the locals, not only did they give us advise on how to cook it, they offered to cook the entire load of lobster for us. The team said it was the best lobster they had eaten. Also a couple of team members ate the the Chowder House and they said it was the best. Thank you again for your generosity to some very lost California group on the topic of lobster.
4 based on 243 reviews
We were visiting the area and decided to try Cohill's where we had stayed in 2009. The food, the view and our waitress made our dinner memorable. Our waitress suggested the Lamb Burger and a cold beet salad with grilled chicken. She was absolutely correct and we
really enjoyed our dinners. By the way, our waitress was super and really helped us enjoy Cohill's.
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