Northward Bound

In three days Anne and I will be tying the knot.  We’ll be spending our honeymoon in the great state of Maine, hopefully to seek refuge from the suffocating sauna that is Atlanta in August, but also to expand our cultural and culinary experience.  We might kick back and relax a bit, too.

So, help us out!  We can probably count the number of times we’ve had fresh lobster on two fingers.  If you’ve been to the coast of Maine, where are some of your favorite places to hang out/eat?

We’ll be staying a few nights each in Kennebunkport and Camden, and probably doing a little exploring in-between.  So if you have some good ideas, let us know!

Talk to you next time as Mr. and Mrs. . . . .

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4 Responses to Northward Bound

  1. Gill says:

    I hope no one plans any ocean swimming.

  2. Matt says:

    Five Islands Lobster Company ( is a great place to get lobster literally 20 feet from the dock where the boats bring the lobster in every day.
    I also highly recommend the Alligash Brewery in Portland if you’re at all into beer – it is one of the best craft breweries in the country.

    p.s. Mary Flynn Detlefs turned me onto your blog and I think it’s great. Keep the food postings coming.

  3. Daddy says:

    Just don’t forget to try the fried clams! I think I liked them better than the lobster.

  4. SarahB says:

    Cocktails Arundel Wharf in the late afternoon…very casual. Allison’s on Main Street in Kb. Good lunch or cocktails…great lobster rolls. Neither suggested for dinner. Bartenders there can guide you to good dinner spots. Have fun!

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