We stopped here on a Sunday when there were few patrons, so we figured service wouldn't be a problem. The young lady who waited on us was very friendly but must have been new, because she needed reminding to bring anything we ordered beyond the entree--water to drink, a glass of wine, bread and Parmesan cheese (included with the pasta). I had spaghetti with red sauce, and my wife had clam linguine. Both were very bland, and the clam sauce was watery. Before we left, the owner or manager came by and asked how our meal was. Since she asked, we said politely that it could have used more spice, and perhaps some garlic. She replied somewhat indignantly,"I'm surprised, because It's very popular."
Tastes vary, but the worst was yet to come. My wife was up much of that night with nausea (we didn't stop for dessert or anything else before or after). The clam linguine didn't stay down. In Maine, some restaurants were great, some good, and one or two just OK. This is the only one that made either of us ill.