Monica & Rock’s Top Ten Lobster Shacks
You know you want lobster. Unless you’re allergic. In which case, skip this page.
|Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster: On the town dock in South Freeport. Watch the sailboats, seals, osprey and more from the covered patio. NO CREDIT CARDS.
|Day’s Lobster: Rt 1 South. On the Cousin’s River. Great blue herons, bald eagles and plenty of people watching.|
|Red’s Eats: Rt 1 North on the way to Boothbay. It’s that really long line by the bridge. Yes, it’s worth the stop!
|Two Lights Lobster: Cape Elizabeth. Breathtaking views, hiking path, lighthouses along the way.|
|Shaw’s: New Harbor. Scenic harbor with lobster boats, landscape painters, harbor seals. Take Hardy Boat to see the puffins.||Muscongus Bay Lobster: Round Pond. 2 lobster joints across the parking lot from each other. Lots of picnic tables, right on the water.
|5 Islands Lobster: Georgetown. Surrounded by water, islands and boats. Beautiful views.
|Estes Lobster: Harpswell. Dine on the patio, watch the lobster boats coming in with dinner.
|Cook’s Lobster: Bailey Island.
Views of the Cribstone Bridge. Take the Island Romance out for a noon-time cruise. Drive to Land’s End for fudge.
|Trevett Country Store: Barter’s Island Rd. Small, out of the way store on the river. Relax outside, away from the hubbub. (Near Botanical Gardens.)|
There are so many more places we haven’t tried yet. Go out exploring; bring back tales of lobster found far and wide. Enjoy!
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