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Where To Eat

The Maine Lobster Council will tell you that the world’s best lobster comes from Maine. But it’s even better to enjoy that lobster when you’re eating it in Maine.

Visiting the Kennebunks, you’ll have the opportunity to do just that, whether you enjoy it at a seaside lobster bake, in one of the area’s lobster pounds or casual eateries or at a fine restaurant. You can have your lobster any way you like it, too, in a roll, as part of a pasta dish or in fajitas, or in any of dozens of different preparations, or simply with a little drawn butter on the side.

And if lobster isn’t your thing, or you’ve simply eaten your fill, the region boasts numerous different cuisines, including:

  • New American
  • Thai
  • Japanese
  • Chinese
  • Italian
  • Mexican
  • French

It also features dining establishments dedicated to the farm-to-fork movement, continental cuisine and pub fare. In fact, the Kennebunks boast dining options of all kinds, from a walk-up counter to a AAA Five-Diamond Award-winning restaurant and everything in between. And if you’d like to sample a little bit of the region’s offerings, Maine Foodie Tours offers a culinary experience sure to whet your appetite.

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