537 US 1
Freeport, ME 04032
Phone: (207) 865-3777
Fax: (207) 865-4678
537 US 1, Freeport, ME, US, 04032
- Phone: (207) 865-3777
- Fax: (207) 865-4678
Bars & Cafes
Located within the Harraseeket Inn, the Maine Dining Room offers delectable breakfast and dinners for hotel guests as well as outside visitors. The executive chef Eric Flynn uses locally sourced fresh organic ingredients to create a delightful blend of local and French recipes. He is renowned for using a lot of color in his dishes; the visual appeal will entice your palate. You can use The Cumberland Room, situated at the rear of the restaurant, to host your small-scale private events.
"Freeport's original brewpub," this popular local favorite serves handcrafted ales, pizza, New England classics, fresh seafood and more.
Established in 1976, Muddy Rudder is a great restaurant in Yarmouth to gorge on seafood preparations. Apart from their popular seafood they also serve delectable steaks. Those who follow a gluten free diet can enjoy their delicacies without gluten. Thanksgiving is the best time to drop in at this restaurant, when they serve a special festive fare. Guests dining at the patio can relish their meal as they watch the gentle river flow by.
Enjoy your meal at Diamond's Edge Restaurant & Marina as the water gently crashes onto the coast. Located within Diamond Cove and slightly away from mainland Portland, this restaurant is easily accessible by boat. Guests can enjoy freshly caught delights from the sea: oysters, shrimps, scallops, fish, lobsters. If you're not into seafood, worry not, they have delectable meat dishes to satisfy your palate. A splendid time by the sparkling waters awaits you at Diamond's Edge.
Nestled in the hip and artsy East End neighborhood of Portland, Maine, The Portland Pottery Cafe and Gallery is a modern sandwich shop showcasing fresh, local ingredients and bold flavor combinations. Indulge in some of the best sandwiches, soups and salads in Portland while being surrounded by beautiful, hand crafted pottery made by local artisans. The seasonal menu crafted by Chef Amanda, is prepared using locally sourced ingredients in an open kitchen where guests can watch their food being prepared from scratch. The cafe serves delicious daily specials and an extensive variety of gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. Look no further for a healthy breakfast or lunch that will satisfy your cravings and your dietary needs. Catering is available for those who want to bring the cafe's homemade sweets, fresh salads or hearty sandwiches and wraps to their workplace or event. \
If you are looking for food made from fresh farm produce, dining at East Ender is your ideal option. The owners Mitch Gerow and Meg Schroeter source their ingredients from local fisher folk and farmers. Established in 2011, this restaurant expands across two floor, offering ample space for a private event. Do select from their range of barbecue dishes that are slowly smoked to perfection, giving you a delicious blend of flavors.
Located on the buzzing Commercial Street in Downtown Portland, The Old Port Sea Grill & Bar is a sea food special eatery. The raw sea food bar is dedicated entirely to raw delicacies housing 24 varieties of melt-in-your-mouth oysters. The menu is limited but full of carefully chosen, sure shot hits. Lobsters, clams, scallops and crab cakes are one of the finest in the locality. The bar area offers some of the most refreshing cocktails and martinis along with an enthusiastic list of wines and beer. The mood of the place is romantic albeit fun further complemented by a giant aquarium in the center.
Portland Hunt & Alpine Club's menu and decor both have a Scandinavian influence. The place has a youthful vibe and is buzzing with techno music. The food menu has variety of scrumptious preparations and the place has an extensive bar menu loaded with options for cocktails, craft beers, wine and other spirits. They have happy hours from Monday through Friday from 4:00p to 6:00p.
Dining at Grace Restaurant will offer you a unique experience like never before. Nestled within a Gothic revival style building from the late 1800s, you will be transported back in time as you enter the restaurant. Located within a Methodist church, the elegant architecture from within consisting of high arched ceilings, wooden furnishing and stained glass windows will charm you. Enjoy from their delectable menu of steak, ravioli, seafood and meat dishes while seated at this sanctified place.
Sonny's is located within the former Portland Savings Bank that was constructed in the late 1800s. This building is one of the few structures reflecting the antebellum architecture in the city. The food offered here is a beautiful blend of organic products directly from the farm blended well with spices from the southern countries of Brazil ,Mexico and Venezuela. Enjoy a great dining experience while seated in this historical structure.
Nestled within the Portland Regency Hotel & Spa, Twenty Milk Street offers delectable American cuisine with a modern twist. Relish the salmon, shrimp, filet mignon, pork chops, lamb and more while seated in this charming elegant place. On warm nights guests can savor their meal in the pretty garden and on chilly nights, in the dining room by the fireplace. The restaurant features various attractive deals and packages, check the website for latest updates and avail them.
With the popular The Front Room Restaurant & Bar to his name, esteemed chef Hardy Lee Smith opened The Grill Room & Bar in 2008. Located on Exchange street, amidst a line of restaurants serving food from across the globe, the tantalizing aromas of smoky meat will beckon you towards the gates of the grill Room & Bar. Relish the steaks cooked on a wood grill or the pizzas made from fresh locally sourced ingredients. Wash down the fresh cuts with a refreshing beer at the bar that opens at 10p daily. The restaurant was voted as the 'Best New Restaurant of 2008' in the city by The Portland Phoenix and has continued to win accolades by various prestigious publications.