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Fernwood Aug 20, 2009 09:24 AM

We are looking forward to our annual time on Sebago Lake (Raymond). We do some dinners in Portland, we never fail to go to Bray's in Naples, and I am always hoping that there will be someplace else along the Eastern shore of the lake to feel optimistic about. I'm looking for suggestions within ~10 miles of Raymond, which includes the whole East shore of the lake and inland as far as, say, Gray. We like all kinds of food; extra points for menus with more produce and variety beyond the lobster/burger/fish-and-chips routine.
That said, tell me what's your favorite place for lobster, as well!
Thanks, Fern

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    GoodFoodie Aug 20, 2009 01:13 PM

    I don't know about food but make sure you go to Mosquitoe's for ice cream!!

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      phatchris Aug 21, 2009 09:39 AM

      As touristy as it may be I enjoy the Lobster pound in Naples.

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        Fernwood Aug 22, 2009 06:03 PM

        Thanks to you both! Anyone else?

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        GSM Aug 23, 2009 06:38 AM

        Bob's Seafood in Windham for fried fish and scallops.
        The Good Life Market on 302 for excellent and creative sandwiches.
        Chutes on 302 for breakfast and BBQ.

        I can't recommend the Lobster Pound-- just too overpriced and overhyped for my taste.

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          Mainegal Aug 27, 2009 12:39 PM

          Migis Lodge is open to the public for all meals, which prior to Labor Day, include a lobster bake. It's all fixed price, the food is abundant and very good, and you can't be the location or the ambiance at the timelss family classic. Worth every penny.

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            Fernwood Aug 27, 2009 08:41 PM

            I don't think we've ever been to Bob's, but we have been grateful for Good Life many times. I have known a bit about Migis Lodge but I never knew there was public dining.
            Thanks!

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            Neilport Aug 31, 2009 01:18 PM

            The dining room at Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake in South Casco has everything you're looking for - fabulous food, a superb(inexpensive wine list, and great views out onto the Lake. Checkout the Portland Press Herald for their ads offering a full 5 course dinner for just $30.

            Enjoy!

             
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