Beth’s Kitchen Café proudly offers you wholesome food that will feed your soul. We offer freshly baked goods and delicious, gourmet coffees in the morning; deli sandwiches – each made with a creative twist and fresh, hearty soups for lunch; hand-made pizzas and ‘Grab and Go’ entrees for those of you on-the-run; and a selection of fabulous, home-made desserts!
Welcome to Campfire Grille located on route 302, Bridgton, ME at The Pleasant Mountain Inn. We are open 7 days a week for both lunch and dinner. Specializing in American Cuisine with an emphasis creative comfort food. Join us in the lounge for one of our 12 beers on Tap featuring local craft beers or a creative cocktails (must try our original S’more Tini). With a beautiful view of Beaver Pond, Outdoor seating available in the summer, this is a place you are definately going to want to “gather-round”!
Clipper Merchant Tea House is a traditional British-style tea house serving over 100 teas from around the world and light fate like scones, soups, salads, tea sandwiches and savories. We offer high tea and are also available for private parties. Open Wed-Sun from 11am-5pm.
Our restaurant takes pride in providing the the best quality of food and beverages to our community.
Restaurant, Brewery & Bar set in farmhouse built in the 1860’s. Outside bar Checkpoint 70 open in the summer and provides another stage for outdoor entertainment. Live bands every weekend, Karaoke on Thursday evenings & Open Jam Session on Sundays!
In Marie’s Kitchen in the Heart of Naples, Marie prepares meals daily using only fresh and quality ingredients. Never are preservatives or additives added to a meal. No meal ever leaves the kitchen that Marie would not serve to her family.
Marie’s meals accommodate everyone’s budget, taste and life style. Not finding what you want on the menu? No problem, Marie will do her best to accommodate your request.
The Market Basket on Main Street in Harrison offers nearly everything you might require! Groceries, produce, meats ,deli meats, medicine, school supplies, lottery tickets, greeting cards, cold sodas, wines and beer, magazines, candies, coffee and donuts, fishing and seasonal supplies, plus fresh dough pizza and sandwiches made to order.
Merced’s is a fine dining restaurant located in the herat of the lakes region Naples, Maine. They feature a nice variety of menu items from delicious appetizers to fresh pasta entrees, great seafood, chef’s selections, fresh baked breads and desserts all prepared in house. Reservations are highly recommended.
The Morning Glory Diner is open from 6 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. daily, serving breakfast all day. Come in and check out their daily specials along with their Good Home Cooked meal selections.
NANCY IS MORE THAN EXCITED TO START THIS NEW VENTURE WITH HER FAMILY. WITH TALENTED CHEFS COMING ABOARD THE FOOD IS BOUND TO BE DELICIOUS WITH GREAT NEW RECIPES AND SPECIALS. NANCY’S WILL BE OPEN YEAR ROUND TO ACCOMMODATE THE LOCALS AS WELL AS THE TOURISTS THAT FLOCK TO THE LAKE REGION AREA. SHE ENCOURAGES EVERYONE TO STOP IN AND ENJOY THE GREAT NEW ATMOSPHERE!COME IN…..SIT BACK….WATCH YOUR FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM ON ONE OF OUR MANY T.V.S AND ENJOY YOURSELVES WITH A FRIENDLY STAFF IN AN AWESOME PUB!
Oxford House Inn and Restaurant Culinary Institute of America grad. chef/co-owners offer seasonally changing menus featuring locally sourced ingredients creatively presented. Choose either upscale dining by candlelight with spectacular White Mountain sunset views, or the lively casual bistro offers their full menu, specialty cocktails, local tap beers and great wine selection. Open year round, reservations recommended. (Four Stars) ME Sunday Telegram.
The Waterford Inne is a lovingly restored 19th century farm house set on 25 acres of rolling fields and woods. The Inne reflects the charming blend of three centuries – the warmth of early furnishings combined with contemporary comforts. Rich with antiques and art, an air of quiet, simple elegance pervades the common rooms and library We offer eight uniquely decorated guestrooms. We are pet friendly.
When people ask Barbara Bloomgren her specialty, she responds: “Instructing people how to take seemingly complex recipes and prepare them easily while having fun”.
After raising five children and cooking over 10,000 family meals, Barbara decided to leave her sales and marketing career to pursue her passion to enhance family life by teaching the art of nurturing with home cooked meals. While formally studying Culinary Arts she was able to further her education at The Culinary Institute of Canada, studying International and Canadian Cuisine. Six months later she traveled to Bad Gliekensberg, Austria to study Austrian Pastry and Specialties. She is an Active member of the American Culinary Federation and a Chef Instructor for Food Matters. Several restaurant assignments rounded out her educational and practical experiences. Barbara holds a strong belief in the power of shared well prepared food to nurture both our bodies and families.
This Bridgton, Maine eatery is the latest from longtime restaurateurs Joanie Wilson and her husband Jimmy Burke, whose first restaurant, Allegro, established a new gold standard in and around Boston when he opened it in 1981. Together, Joanie and Jimmy have opened Riva and JW’s Burger Bar in Scituate and Orta in Pembroke, which were sold and continue to have great success, fueled by the inspiration provided by Joanie and Jimmy. And now, Vivo, in Bridgton, Maine, where Joanie and Jimmy determined years ago buy a house, establish themselves in the Bridgton community, and to finalize their restaurant careers with Vivo, the culmination of their nearly four decades of experience in the restaurant business. Joanie and Jimmy have understood from the beginning, that if you use fresh, excellent quality ingredients of traditional Italian dishes, which dictate ‘the fewer the better’, the more clearly and enjoyably the few ingredients will express themselves and the heritage and delight of Italian cuisine.
“We are passionate about making great food, great memories, and great friends along our journey of life.”