A spectacular August day in Maine was made even better with a late lunch from here. We settled on an outside table in a shady part of the patio as our baby was napping. We were waited on almost immediately after sitting down.
Our server was very attentive and interactive. Although they were out of clam chowder, I simply switched to ordering the lobster bisque. It was very good- a few nearly whole claws and some other good chunks of meat. Very tasty.
My wife had the lobster roll, and I had the haddock jack sandwich. Both came with fries and a pickle. For $17, the lobster roll was fairly reasonable. My haddock sandwich was good, but there was way too much bread for the amount of filling. I ended up discarding the top half of the roll.
$48 for a beer, a homemade Arnold Palmer, a diet coke, cup of bisque, lobster roll & haddock sandwich. Overall, it seemed like a fair deal for good grub served with a smile and without feeling rushed or hurried spot on Main Street in Freeport on a sunny day in August.
It wasn't my first time there and it certainly won't be my last.
Oh- they've done a nice job with the renovations, too.
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