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Maine Best Restaurants 2012

Maine Best Restaurants 2012
1 vote, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

The Fiddlehead Restaurant, Bangor
Chef Melissa Chaiken’s menu changes regularly, but her creative offerings blend Maine and worldly flavors. Co-owner Laura Albin manages the casual dining room. She knows wine and enjoys introducing diners to lesser-known varietals and vintners. Entrées: from $14. 84 Hammond St. 207-942-3336;

Kitchen Garden Restaurant, Steuben
Drawing from their gardens and local, mostly organic, sources, Jessie King and Alva Lowe create authentic Jamaican fare, such as jerk chicken and curried goat, as well as seafood and vegetarian dishes. BYOB. Entrées: from $24. 335 Village Road. 207-546-4269;

Migis Lodge, South Casco
Get a peek at this exclusive resort by splurging on its Friday-night lobster bake (June-August), available to non-guests by reservation. The all-you-can-eat cookout includes lobster, chowder, corn, steamers, salads, ribs, steak, hot dogs, and dessert. Price: $45. 30 Migis Lodge Road (off Route 302). 207-655-4524;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.


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