Farmington, ME nice selection for small downtown
Having lived away for many years now, coming back to Farmington I was concerned about the restaurant selection. But we are very fortunate to have a really great offering for a small downtown. Homestead Bakery offers a very nice selection of American and other worldly cuisines for 3 meals per day, Wicked Gelato is a wonderful place to socialize and have a panini and soup and of course gelato. Soup for You has a fantastic selection of sandwiches and soups and the Thai Smile has delicious thai food and sushi. Farmington House of Pizza and Arkay have terrific pizza, calzones, salads, and sandwiches and then there are pubs with traditional pub food, and BBQ on the outskirts of town at Grant Lees. Java Joe's has a great vibe and is a terrific place for a bagel and coffee. So much to offer for a small town!
Farmington, Maine has a lot to offer and these restaurants the folks that work there are all really fantastic.
Um, not so much. I pretty much never go out to eat in Farmington, although I disagree with Tamerlanenj's ridiculous comment that "everything in Farmington is terrible." It's just not nearly as good as I can do at home for a fraction of the price, and "service" is largely a concept that hasn't landed here. Thai Smile has adequate food, when you get it, but the service is dismal. Homestead is dreadful. I like Soup forYou very much. Farmington HOP and Arkay are tolerable. Java Joes' is adequate. Haven't been to GrantLees, not even since they removed the Confederate flag. Not happening. Wicked Gelato is well meaning and pleasant.
The Snack Shack behind the Narrow Gauge Cinemas, near Prescott Fields is a great new addition. The food is locally sourced and the stone fired pizza was delicious!
They offer pizza, burgers, veggie burgers, ice cream, sweet potato fries. The food was all delicious and the prices are excellent. Most things are $5.00 and under.
Outdoor seating too -
Well done John Moore - nice addition to the Farmington Community!