Stopped by on the way back from spectacular Port Clyde looking for a quick bite. Found it in spades! Great beer selection to accompany a very good seafood menu (with many opportunities for landlubbers too). I, of course, had the lobster roll. Have had many good ones is this amazing state and have to say that this was as good as the best I have enjoyed - a whole small lobster nestled in a soft roll with very good French fries to make a complete meal -slaw too. My wife had fish and chips - big battered pieces of haddock with a perfect tartar sauce. We sat at the bar and enjoyed listening in on the lively local banter. This will now become a regular stop for us when we are up here in God's country.
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