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Great local pub just outside the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Serving local seafood and produce whenever available-Darthia Farm Organic salad greens all summer. Fresh, delicious cocktail specials. Families welcome!
All reviews pizza seafood stew onion rings haddock sliders lobster roll sandwich whelks chowder live music schoodic peninsula schoodic point winter harbor fun place pub food acadia national park decent food
After a relaxing and picturesque drive to the Schoodic Peninsula from Southwest Harbor, we arrived hungry at The Pickled Wrinkle. The atmosphere was casual and the service was friendly and helpful.
Bob O’Brien & Mary Daley
We came from Louisville, KY and loved this spot for dinner one night while we stayed in nearby Winter Harbor! Great service and food! We were recommended to eat here from a nice lady who worked at the five and dime store. Thanks for the...More
This place has decent food and excellent entertainment. It is usually crowded but you can get a seat at the bar while you wait to be seated...except when the Owner tells you that you have to eat food if you are sitting at the bar....More
Date of visit: September 2019
thepickledwrinkle, Owner at The Pickled Wrinkle, responded to this reviewResponded November 8, 2019
When there is a crowd of people waiting to eat at the only open restaurant in town AND someone else is waiting to eat at those seats AND you do NOT want to eat in those seats? You fault an owner for trying to make...More
In four trips to she Schoodic Peninsula in the last three years, this has been our go-to restaurant. There are not a lot of restaurant options here, particularly in October. However, we have found the food and food servers at The Pickled Wrinkle to be...More
It's the "spot" that matters most in this case, owing to its placement on the fringe of the Park. So while the Pickled Wrinkle is unpretentious and compliments the local setting, it's also strategically poised to serve the area's many guests.
The menu is solid...More
Finally stopped at The Pickled Wrinkle after a drive through the Schoodic section of Acadia. The place is very popular but is larger inside than it looks so don't let the parking lot full of cars scare you off. I sat at the bar, had...More
One of the locals advised us to eat at a little out of the way place called the Pickled Wrinkle. It was so busy but the waitresses were doing a great job waiting on everyone. The food was great! The haddock was delicious and we...More
It was disappointing that they were out of pickled wrinkles. But our other food choices were delicious. The pizza I ordered was one of the best pizzas I have had. My wife's seafood stew/chowder was the best she has ever had.
The chef wore a...More
First time customers...can't wait to visit again. Stopped in for a bite to eat and had the best meal in a very long time. Husband had the fish and chips, which was just delicious. I had a perfect hamburger and amazing onion rings. The staff...More
Sorry, no. Cell phone reception on that side of the peninsula is spotty too. As a local, I see that as part of the charm of the place, People actually look at one another instead of into their laps where, presumably, they... More
Sorry, no. Cell phone reception on that side of the peninsula is spotty too. As a local, I see that as part of the charm of the place, People actually look at one another instead of into their laps where, presumably, they are seeing electronic screens.
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