Your Favorite Eastern Maine Restaurants and What You Order
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If however, you can scroll for a few minutes and then go and eat, proceed.
Proceed with gusto.
Since we are creatures of habit and it is great to discover new places to eat, we asked about restaurants local to you and what you liked to eat at those you suggested, in an effort to help educate us.
If you’ve discovered something you love, we want in on the greatness.
Lots responded with restaurants they love and thank you for that. We have learned of places near and far that we now know are worth trying.
And in lots of cases, you shared with us ‘what we should order’. Thank you.
Now, for most of us, it’s time to proceed and share what you suggested.
In no particular order, fyi.
Mad Kat has amazing pizza
Mad Kat and Company Bar and Grill is on North Main Street in Brewer. In the North Brewer Shopping Center.
Back in the car. Tonia says
Itty Bitty Diner: I go there for breakfast…delicious
Best breakfast around. Love their home fries
Itty Bitty Diner is on US-1 in Hancock and breakfast is served all day long,
Off to Dexter and FamBily Restaurant
Anything I’ve ever had was very good. Excellent service
And LeAnn gave us exactly what we were looking for
Stuffed French toast for breakfast. Buffalo Chicken Salad for lunch
Chases Restaurant got mentioned a few times
Anything on the menu is delicious, make sure you try the onion rings
Southwestern turkey wrap
And Lori suggests
Most everything, but I love their appetizers
We hear from Victoria just in time for lunch
The Farmers Table in Corrina, the chicken bacon ranch wrap is delicious
Looking for a haddock sandwich?
Susie lets us know where to go
Off to CHEW 62 in Dover-Foxcroft
Here’s what Carissa said to order
Grilled chicken, mashed potatoes, and broccoli. And she lets us know
Their fries are great too.
Dana wants us to know about OTO on Main Street in Old Town
Outta The Ordinary is known for Pizza, burgers, and wings.
And here what Brian says to order
Matthew was very specific
Governor’s in Old Town. Their steak tips are absolutely delicious, especially when you dip them in the sauce that comes with an order of onion rings.
French Onion soup at Kelly’s Landing in Greenville
Mason’s in Brewer. Anything we have had there is worth having again.
A vote for Coffee Break Café in Hampden from Mary Ann for breakfast, and another from Vicky who said they have awesome breakfasts.
Betty raves about Cervesas in Newport.
Everything – all caps with emojis
We are almost in overload mode.
Fish chowder and a side salad
One more name
Hello. Is anyone still here. My stomach is growling. Thanks to all for the recommendations.