Good bar off the beaten trail. The prices are reasonable. Staff is friendly. Enough TVs to watch sports.
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Our first stop in Bar Harbor and it almost ruined the whole night. I'm not sure what was up the bartender's butt however he needs to get it sorted out. Hey, bartender, you work on tips, keep that in mind. He was truly rude and...More
Great place to get off the beaten path and eat a good, reasonably priced meal. Vibe is chill, not as overrun with tourists as everywhere else in BH!
When we over-nighted in Portland on our way to Bar Harbor, we discovered that our bartender had grown up in Bar Harbor so we asked for recommendations. This one was on his list so it was the first place we stopped for lunch when arriving...More
Climb onto the deck in the trees and rest for a spell during your busy vacation day. Enjoyed a local Lunch IPA (yes, that’s really the name of the brew) with the hand breaded and lightly fried haddock. A nice Caesar salad accompanied the meal....More
Bartender was super friendly, food was ok, but service was amazing so i recommend this place for everyone who wanna have relax, great atmosphere
Stopped in after hiking in Acadia for lunch and a beer. Nice sitting out on the patio. Had their fried Haddock sandwich with tater tots and sweet Thai chili rings. Both were delicious. Fried fish was not greasy—the primary reason I shy away from fish...More
On A recent visit to Acadia National Park we stayed in Bar Harbor and had a late dinner at this place. It is mostly a sports bar - they had both the Red Sox and Patriots games on. The food was decent and service was...More
Fun atmosphere, but the wings were not good. Can't screw up beer and cider. Wouldn't recommend. We went there because there was no line, that says it all.