Suspended on pilings over the waters of Hadlock Cove, the seasonal Islesford Dock Restaurant counts MDI summer resident Martha Stewart among its fans.
Lawrence Lord has amassed a collection of iron tractor seats that he diligently scrapes, repaints, and displays in vivid grids on the walls of his two-barn museum.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the April photo of Cascade Falls in Saco.
When you tire of lobster, consider the pizza — specifically, the superb brick-oven pies at Sweet Pea’s Café.
We’ve been arguing for months. And eating. And shopping. And road-tripping. And at last, all that hard work has paid off. Presenting Maine’s best Travel and Play, from camping to cruising to hitting the links.
The village of Seal Harbor is known for its historic, grandiose “cottages” and the celebrity summer residents who occupy them.
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The park’s 45 miles of idyllic carriage roads are the best examples of broken-stone roadways in the country.
Acadia puts an extra rugged spin on the iconic Maine postcard view of the lit tower standing stoically against the shore. Throw your lighthouse expectations out the window: those in and near the park are all a bit quirky in location and/or design.
If you’ve ever cracked into a lobster and thought, “Hmm, this would be better a la mode,” then Ben & Bill’s Chocolate Emporium in downtown Bar Harbor is your place.
Four spots — with boatloads of ambiance — to dig into our famous crustacean (just remember, the bibs are for tourists).
The park’s car-free (for visitors, anyway) island outpost in Penobscot Bay is low on traffic and amenities, big on tranquility.