The new White Owl restaurant at Wawenock Golf Club in Walpole is on a mission to bring a “rustic Italian revival to the Midcoast.”
Every summer, the Creamery Pier on Route 1 in Wiscasset offers strolling locals and visitors an outdoor mall of sorts with a breeze and an up-close view of the Sheepscot River. This summer the pier introduces two new apparel shops – Maine Life and Lobstaholic.
The Water Street Kitchen and Bar, a new restaurant with a focus on Mediterranean flavors, opened in the former location of Le Garage in Wiscasset on Thursday, June 27.
A food wagon is now open at Delano Seafood in Waldoboro, serving crab and lobster rolls in addition to fried seafood, burgers and hot dogs, and ice cream to locals and tourists traversing Route 1.
Salty Boyz Food Truck, the new rolling restaurant from the owner of The Contented Sole and the SS Minnow snack shack at Pemaquid Beach, officially opened for business at Popham Beach State Park on Saturday, June 22.
The Lobster Haul, formerly known as Joe Lane Lobsterman, is open for its third season in its permanent location at 115 Elm St. in Damariscotta.
For many locals and visitors, a summer in Maine is not complete without an overstuffed lobster roll or a serving of American chop suey from Larson’s Lunch Box in Damariscotta. The walk-up eatery, which dates back to 1962, reopened Thursday, June 20, after an extensive renovation that will allow for a longer season.
The Waldoboro Public Library will open a new secondhand bookshop at 25 Friendship St. in early July.
Mammy’s Bakery, formerly of Damariscotta, has reopened in Wiscasset village. At the new location, Mammy’s offers everything from its Damariscotta menu, plus more traditional Italian entrees.
Waldoboro resident Heidi Straghan has recently joined the Farrin Properties team in Damariscotta.
Founded by a mother-daughter duo with their husbands in May 1998, Moody’s Gifts in Waldoboro is celebrating more than 20 years as a family business.
On Friday, June 14, Round Pond Coffee in the Bristol village of Round Pond, will celebrate its fourth year in business and will be open with full-time summer hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.
The Damariscotta River Grill has officially changed hands, but new owners Tim Beal and Tamara Dica say nothing will change and patrons can expect the same restaurant and the same “grown-up comfort food” they have come to know so well.
Jennifer Brennan recently joined the staff of The Lincoln County News as a graphic designer.