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Maine Best Restaurants 2011

Maine Best Restaurants 2011
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by in May 2011

BEST SUNSET VIEWS
Bald Mountain Camps,
Oquossoc
Dining in a traditional sporting camp is a must in the Rangeley Lakes region, and it’s hard to beat Bald Mountain for authentic atmosphere, good food, and the sunset view of Mooselookmeguntic Lake and the distant Presidential Range to the southwest in New Hampshire. Entrées: from $17. Rates: from $145, including meals. 125 Bald Mountain Road. 207-864-3671; baldmountaincamps.com

BEST ACADIAN IMMERSION
Dolly’s,
Frenchville
Ask anyone where to get an authentic taste of Aroostook County’s St. Jean Valley, and you’ll be directed here to order ployes, an Acadian buckwheat pancake, along with creton, a pork spread. Don’t miss the chicken stew, either. Entrées: from $4.99. 17 Route 1. 207-728-7050

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