Sunday, May 3, 2009

Cook's Lobster House

Cook’s Lobster House has been amazing guest for over 50 years. They have inside or outside seating for guest. They can accommodate gatherings as large as 180 in their cozy, nautical themed dining rooms. Both rooms provide expansive views of the pristine waters surrounding the restaurant. A working lobster harbor and the only crib stone bridge in the world can be marveled at from every seat.They prepare lobster bakes on the point surrounded by water on 3 sides. You will experience the beauty of the Maine coast with working lobster boats, wonderful sailing boats and the only Cribstone bridge in the world.
Portland’s Casco Bay Cruise Lines offers a coastal tour to and from their dock the end of June through Labor Day. Cruise the breathtaking waters of coastal Maine. Board in Portland, ride to Bailey Island and enjoy lunch at Cook’s before your return trip or board on their dock and take a 2 hour round trip cruise. View local lobstermen tending their traps, Admiral Peary’s home on Eagle Island and a large variety of wild life including bald eagles, osprey and perhaps a harbor seal or two.
Cook's is open year round. Just 40 Minutes north of Portland and just 10 minutes south of Brunswick on route 24. It is a beautiful scenic drive along coastal Maine. Whether you arrive by land or by sea, Cook’s Lobster House is what Maine is all about. For more information on Cook's Lobster House visit:

1 comment:

  1. A lovely place for lunch or dinner. Maine at it's best!