Where to Eat on Peaks Island, Maine

1. The Cockeyed Gull:

Our culinary exploration begins at The Cockeyed Gull, a local favorite renowned for its inviting atmosphere and fresh seafood offerings, many with an Asian inflection. This charming eatery sits right on the waterfront, allowing guests to enjoy breathtaking views while savoring their meals. Indulge in the catch of the day or savor classics like lobster rolls and clam chowder, prepared with the finest locally sourced ingredients. The Cockeyed Gull is a must-visit spot to experience the essence of Maine’s maritime cuisine.

2. Jones Landing:

For a delightful breakfast or lunch, make your way to Jones Landing, a quaint and cozy cafe that exudes a friendly neighborhood vibe. Their menu features an assortment of delicious sandwiches, wraps, and salads, catering to both meat lovers and vegetarians.

3. The Inn on Peaks Island:

Looking for an elegant dining experience? Head to The Inn on Peaks Island, where a refined menu awaits discerning palates. This upscale restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine, expertly crafted by skilled chefs. Treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner while enjoying panoramic views of Casco Bay from the restaurant’s lovely terrace.

4. The Peaks Island Lobster House:

The Peaks Island Lobster House is offers a classic New England dining experience, complete with beautiful ocean views and a menu that showcases Maine’s bounty.

5. Down Front Ice Cream:

No culinary journey is complete without dessert, and Down Front Ice Cream is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth. This charming ice cream parlor offers a delightful selection of homemade ice creams, sundaes, and milkshakes, providing a perfect treat on a warm summer day.

6. Il Leone:

For those seeking a taste of Italy amidst the Maine coast, Il Leone is a hidden gem that promises an authentic Italian culinary experience. This charming restaurant features a warm and welcoming ambiance, inviting guests to indulge in traditional Italian  wood-fired pizzas.

7.  Millie’s Skillet

A food cart offering fish and seafood tacos, with sides of fried, onion rings and brussels sprouts,  MIllie’s is a great option for a quick meal al fresco

8.  Peaks Cafe

A breakfast and lunch spot (limited seating) offering pastries, sandwiches and soups, plus quaint Island items for sale.

9.  One Offs

In summer especially a number of Island orgainzations offer pancake breakfasts and/or evening meals, such as a burger night at the Lions Club.  Check the web site calendar for more info.

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