The Landings was our first stop for lunch as we arrived in Rockland for a few nights on a recent trip to Maine. Understanding that Rockland boasts quite the "foodie" scene, we were hopeful for a simple lunch with a beautiful view. The view indeed was very nice - we were seated a little further back on the deck but still got a partial view of the harbor. The service was good, the craft beer was good (although it was served in a "Hampton Inn" glass...which I didnt understand). I ordered the lobster roll and while the lobster itself was great, the roll wasn't the authentic buttered roll but more of a hoagie roll that had too much bread. My husband ordered the halibut sandwich which he had to send back as it wasnt cooked all the way. The server had no issue in making it right which we appreciated, but in the end my husband's comment was that it was average. Both entrees came with sweet potato fries which were very disappointing...very oily and not what we had hoped for. Cute place, we enjoyed the view and the casual laid back atmosphere but there needs to be a stronger focus on the food.
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