After what is probably my fifteenth meal at the Blair Hill Inn (I own a house a few miles away, so I've never needed to stay at the Inn), I can say with some authority that this restaurant offers some of the best food in the state combined with views that leave room for little response but an awestruck silence.
Current chef Jack Neal is a master at reinterpreting classic dishes such as lobster fritters and grilled scallops with inspired new combinations of spices and sides that make them new again. The six-course, $58 prix fixe, combined with the excellent service from Ruth and Dan McLaughlin and their team, the focused and extremely low mark-up wine list, and the pristine late 19th century elegance of the rooms, updated with 20th and 21st century touches, creates one of the best dining deals in the state of Maine, if not the United States.
You almost don't want it to be found out. But it certainly deserves to be.
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