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We went to Morse' expecting their usual delicious food. We didn't get it. The haddock dinner is comprised of chunks of haddock that were not fresh and that tasted as if they were previously frozen. We were expecting a nice fillet of fresh haddock.
I had lobster stew, not quite like my grandmother used to make, but close enough and definitely tasty, paired with a nouveau salad that grannie never would have made (mustard pickles instead) but I very much enjoyed. Good food in a friendly casual atmosphere.
Location is nice, bar had a island feel. As for food, its ok- can't screw up lobster too much, nachos were pretty good. Reservations is reco, btw all- few places for dinner on Bailey island, so ease to get there is its biggest positive.
We enjoyed our lunch here so much we returned for a second trip. Cute nautical decorations inside. Fairly small, so you may have to wait for a seat. We had the house salad with lobster on top. They use the same mix and amount that...More
Driving past this restaurant several times during our stay, it was always busy, decided to stop and check out what the hype was about. We do not have much opportunity to eat fresh seafood,
Disappointing scallops, undercooked and the breading was mushy.
Our server was...More
I had just checked into the Best Western on Gurnet Rd., and was looking for at atmospheric place to eat. I had driven by the Cribstone Grill in the past, and retained a memory of it having a great location. Don't be fooled by the...More
My girlfriend and I were wrapping up an eight-day trip down the Maine Coast and ready to have our last meal before a seven-hour drive home. During the trip, we had enjoyed lots of excellent seafood, including whole lobsters but believe it not, had yet...More