York Area Dining Suggestions
A few favorites, but don’t hesitate to ask us for more!
open seasonally (May through October).
It is the closest restaurant to us, situated on the harbor side, so the view is as lovely as the food is good.
Lobster by the lighthouse.
(the Nubble in York, just follow 1A north)
What more is there to say?
The Black Birch is in Kittery Center, about 5 miles south of us.
It has wonderful, inventive food & the noise level is turned to ‘enthusiastic’.
Black Trumpet is small and elegant in a New England rustic kind of way.
The food is very good. This is a great place for a special evening out.
It’s in Portsmouth, N.H., a great town just south of us.
Restaurant Massimo is an old-world, romantic Italian restaurant in Portsmouth, NH
We’ve enjoyed it on a number of occasions. The people who work there and the atmosphere make it quite a treat.
The York Harbor Inn (very near to us, as the name suggests) has 2 restaurants; A more formal dining room, and the Ship’s Cellar Pub, a pub designed to look like the inside of a boat.
They often have live entertainment.
Right next to York Harbor beach is an elegant hotel, The Stage Neck Inn.
They have 2 dining rooms, the Shearwater has a more formal atmosphere, overlooking the beach.
The other more casual, Ships Cellar Pub. Same great food.
You’ll find Robert’s on Rt.1 right in the middle of the outlets.
Nice atmosphere, on the river and good food.
Great place to stop if you’re shopping.
Going North from us on route 1, on the left, in Ogunquit.
Casual atmosphere, & very fine dining. (p.s. byob They’ll provide corkscrew and glasses)
When Pigs Fly, Pizzeria and bread store.
Great pizza, lively atmosphere.
You can get a pizza and enjoy it on your deck or our garden courtyard.
York 54 – If you’re heading toward York from Route 1, just before you turn into town, York 54 is on your right.
Good salads, sandwiches, pizza. Pack a picnic basket and head to the beach.
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