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Recent reviews by Jason D. - Page 1 of 3
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Mac's Grill Auburn, ME
Not being a "Steak & potatoes" guy, I still will have to give Mac's a good rating for their entire menu. However, based on the rest of the table's reaction- the steaks are delicious and cooked to perfection- a "great" rating. The interior decor is tasteful with a Native American flair and the deck is the place to be if you can get out there. Like everyone else has siad- be prepared to go early or wait outsde to get a table- limited seating at a very popular place.
The Ground Round Auburn, Maine
Pretty good food for a "chain" restaurant. A little bit of everything and a great place to take kids. The bar side is a great place to watch the game while sipping a brew and munching on appetizers.
Augusta House of Pancakes Augusta, ME
great place to grab breakfast. Sometimes service can be a little slow but only when really busy. AHop is WayHop better than IHop!
Freddie's Route 66 Restaurant Bar Harbor, ME
A "must try" in Bar Harbor. Tucked in an old church in a short "alley" off Cottage Street, it can be a little harder to find but worth the hunt. Every inch of the interior is loaded with vintage 50's & 60's memorabilia- some stuff you have probably never seen or will make you long for days of old. The food is average, decent burger-joint food. Hey- it's the 50's, eat like it's the 50's!
Dysart's Service Bangor, ME
Dysart's was a god-send back in the 90's when I was at UMO. Hungry college kids packed in a car to find good food at 3 in the morning- where else do you go? The food was good, the service was decent and it wasalways fun to talk trucks with the long-haul drivers who were always there. If it's after 10PM, don't go anywhere else in Bangor!
Captain Nick's Bangor, ME
Hey -it's a seafood joint. For Maine, it's average. The food is decent, the service varies depending on how busy it is. Would I go there again? Probably not but then again I don't go back to places more than once unless they're a 4-star or above. "So many restaurants, so little time!"
Paul's Restaurant Bangor, ME
The decor is "gangland" - mobster memoribilia. The food is safe American cuisine and the service is ho-hum. Paul's seems to be the restaurant that time forgot- their location close to the highway, which used to be an advantage, is now a disadvantage since most folks won't see it in the bustle of cars trying to go elsewhere. I'll be surprised if they're still there in 3-4 years.
Atlantica Gallery & Grill Camden, ME
Atlantica is soooo close to be a really good restaurant. Their location is PRIME- right on the water at the center of town. With a 2 -level awning covered deck area and a cute little building, they could do so much more with the look- it just feels like something is missing. The food itself is good, traditional seafood dishes with a twist and some really scrumptous original creations. The prices seem $2-3 per entree too high but that's par for the course in Camden. If you're not on a budget, it's definitely worth stopping in.
Marquis At the Belmont Camden, ME
Marquis @ The Belmont went solo out on Route 1 in Rockport for one season in 2003 and then went out of business. Unsure of the future plans or where the owners/chefs have gone.
Village Restaurant Camden, ME
Safe seafood in a great location. Right in the center of town, the Village is a good place to take the family for an inexpensive dinner with a good view of Camden Harbor. No surprises here, just good food at a fair price.
Waterfront Camden, ME
At the peak of summer- expect a long wait if you plan to get in for dinner, especially if you want a deck seat and no, they don't take reservations. However, despite other reviews here, it is a great place for dinner with average prices for Camden. If you can, get a table on the deck- the view is to die for and Leonard (the owner) will fire up the heat if the on-shore breeze gets a bit chilly. The seafood is delicious, traditional fare with a twist, usually prpared by award-winning chef Charles Butler. In the winter, grab the corner booth in the bar or snuggle up to the fire for a beer and some appetizers. Despite occasional disappointment with the speed of service in the summer and mediocre mixed drinks now and then, The Waterfront is my favorite restaurant in town.
Marigold Grille Camden, ME
Yet another name change has occured! Once upon a time called McNeil's, then Marigold, then Rathbone's NOW is called THe Quarterdeck. Decent food for a good price and a really cool, but tiny, bar uipstairs make the Quarterdeck a great place to go, especially late at night. Try the Snapper sandwich!
Gritty Mc Duff's Freeport, ME
A "must go" for beer lovers! The food is decent but will often make you very thirsty! How convenient then that there is an on-site microbrewery to make sure that thirst is quenched! Grab a seat on the deck in the summer and make sure you have a designated driver! Enjoy!
Wagon Wheel Restaurant Guilford, ME
Last time I went by, the Wheel had fallen off. looks to be permanantly closed- likely the victim of poor location because the live music rocked and the beer flowed cheap!
The Hungry Bear Hancock, ME
A good place to stop if passing thru but the service seemed really slow when we went. The food is average American fare, the help was friendly.
Chez Michel Lincolnville, ME
Chez Michael is a "french" restaurant although most of the menu is seafood with a french twist. The food is good and the service is good. The Coquilles St. Jacques was THE best I have had anywhere! (Hey- maybe they ARE a French restaurant!)
Chinaway Restaurant Newport, ME
Average Chinese food in an easy to find location. However, if you're up for really good Chinese, keep going into and thru Newport town center and find Hawaiin Paradise- well worth the trip.
Harpoon Port Clyde, ME
This is one of the best kept (and best hidden) secrets in Maine. The place looks average inside and out but the food is incredible and they have little details that make a unique experience, Check out the salt and pepper shakers at each table! You won't leave hungry and you'll still have $$ in your wallet!
Breakwater Cafe Rockport, ME
Tucked in next to Marcel's at The Samoset Resort, The Breakwater is more than a cafe. The prices are a bit higher than some local competition but man is the food good! Not only good, but huge portions on many entrees. The only place I have ever complainedthat there was too much seafood with my pasta! Unless you're into spending more money and getting table-side service, don't bother with Marcel's- the Breakwater is more laid-back and the food is indentical. Go during the evening while still light to see the golf course/ocean view or Sunday nights for live Jazz.
Off Shore Restaurant Rockport, ME
A great place to go for home-style cooking at a great price. Nothing fancy, just good Maine cooking with a great little salad bar.
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