Discover the best restaurant in Bass Harbor, United States including Common Good Kitchen Cafe, Seafood Ketch, Salt Meadow Farm, Island Bound Treats, Milagro Coffee & Espresso, Quietside Cafe and Ice Cream Shop, Little Notch Bakery and Cafe, Village Green Coffee House, Beal's Lobster Pier, Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound
Things to do in Bass Harbor
5 based on 138 reviews
How can it get better? You go for breakfast. Nothing but great stuff, with popovers, of course. AND you pay what you want with proceeds going to feed those in need. Probably my most expensive and rewarding breakfast ever. Why wouldn't you over contribute?
4 based on 424 reviews
Lot of potential here but needs some guidance. Patrons who arrived after me had menus and drinks before anyone spoke to me. That happens. The food was truly unimpressive. Seafood chowder was not fresh, there was a film on top. The "special saucy chicken sandwich" was extremely overcooked and none of the items were reasonably priced. The sunset was nice, but not the food.
5 based on 18 reviews
We ordered several different types of unique pizzas for a group of friends. Each was presented beautifully and extremely delicious! The staff was very friendly and helpful. The food was ready to be picked when we arrived. They also make sandwiches if pizza isn't your thing.
Coffee and baked goods were also available , yum.
5 based on 53 reviews
Stopped on a whim. The ladies had fresh blueberry pies ready. We missed the triple berry pies which we were told were the best, but didn't thrill we'd be disappointed the the blueberry pie we planned on taking back to the cabin.
In the meantime we had whoopie pies on the spot. Had no idea these were the main Maine dessert.
I'm not saying these were life changing, but I have a whole new understanding of whoopie now. Do yourself a favor and make the drive over. Exactly the right balance of the cake not being too sweet but the cream filling being whipped perfection.
The blueberry pie was nearly the same experience. Not too sweet, but completely sweettooth satisfying. The crust was flaky and yummy on its own.
Whatever they're selling, I'm buying!
4.5 based on 110 reviews
If you were to go to their website, you would see their specialized coffee offerings but you would see no prices made public. They want the Martha Stewarts as customers and will charge everybody else the same price. Not worth it and it's insulting.
4.5 based on 625 reviews
Locally owned Family Run Cafe and Ice Cream shop. 19 Years providing great homemade foods with fast friendly service
We stopped in on a cool, rainy afternoon to warm up with some soup and coffee. I had the chili and cornbread which was tasty and hearty. My spouse had the minestrone soup and enjoyed it. The coffee was a little weak to my liking.
Their cookies looked good and were huge! They also had ice cream and meal options. There was a small seating area and takeout as an option.
4 based on 223 reviews
We stayed in Southwest Harbor for a week and went to Little Notch on 4-5 occasions for various reasons. We enjoyed the sticky buns and coffee for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch, and bread loaves to take back to the house for dinner. Really a great spot!
5 based on 6 reviews
We are a year-round cafe focused on quality and affordable fare. We have both tasty and healthy choices! We serve a variety of traditional cafe foods and drinks, as well as many house and local specialties. You're welcome here. Stop on by! Bring friends and bring an appetite!
Small town sort of coffee shop, with a lot of patrons there when we went. Had some various pastries and the such available as well as the standard fare of coffee and other drinks. Both the latte my wife had and the coffee I had...MoreThanks so much for your review! We've only been open for 6 months, but we're trying very hard to keep high standards.
4.5 based on 957 reviews
Eat, drink and be messy. A visit to Beal's Lobster Pier is always a highlight - a restaurant that's on the water, with an atmosphere that's down to earth. At our working lobster pier in Southwest Harbor, Maine, you and your family will have a blast watching the boasts coming in and the lobstermen unloading their fresh catch. Hear the creak of rope on the moorings. Catch the scent of saltwater on the breeze and enjoy the waterfront view while chowing down on the freshest lobster you can eat. (Don't worry, the napkins are on us!)
The REAL DEAL of Maine seafood! If you are looking for a true Maine seafood experience look no further. Entering and joining the line to order is an experience in itself because not only will you have time to read the menu but you'll catch the banter of the folks who have already reached the cash register and are ordering. Also, the line allows you to watch the production in the kitchen as well as see the live lobsters plucked from the counter tanks. From there you walk out onto the deck, pick up your drinks and walk to the indoor picnic tables and wait the 10 minutes or so until the buzzer pad lights up and then go an retrieve your dinner. Food is FANTASTIC and the homey casualness is a charmer.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
Open 7 days a week seasonally from Memorial Day Weekend until late October. Tuesday thru Sunday, 11:00 AM - 8:30 PM. Monday 4:00pm-8:30.
The lobster bisque and clam chowder is very, very yummy and worth the stop. We will be back on our next trip.
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