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food recommendations for Searsport, ME

luminant Sep 5, 2010 12:28 PM

I will be going to Searsport this weekend and was wondering if anyone had recommendations for breakfast and lunch (even for prepared food/takeout).

  1. t
    Tipatina Sep 5, 2010 06:54 PM

    I've heard on great authority that the Angler's Restaurant (next to the Bait's Motel!) is terrific. A friend just had a sensational lobster salad there. Very local, very fresh stuff.

    1. m
      Mainegal Sep 6, 2010 06:15 AM

      You can't beat Angler's for home-style cooking, fried fish, lobstah, and pies. Just Barb's serves breakfast and also is famed for its fried fish.

      Plentiful choices in neighboring Belfast: Chase's, 's (old standby, but good and reliable), Belfast Soup & Sandwich (just as promised), Seng Thai (decent Thai), and there's a good bakery/sandwich shop/takeout just above the harbor (can't think of name) and, of course, the Co-op (health food market with cafe and prepared foods).

      Also within easy striking distance is The Good Kettle, a new place, on Route 1 in Stockton Springs: soups, salads, sandwiches, baked goods, and prepared dinners.

      Just Barb's
      24 Main St, Stockton Springs, ME 04981

      Seng Thai Restaurant
      RR 1, Belfast, ME 04915

      Belfast Soup & Sandwich
      147 High St, Belfast, ME 04915

      1. j
        jackattack Sep 7, 2010 04:40 PM

        Stay away from the crab roll at Angler's, everything else I've had there has been good.

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