Ocean view and delectable meals. Friendly, professional, accommodating staff. Daily specials provides variety of meal choices.
1 - 10 of 89 reviews
From the start, our experience was exceptional. We were greeted by the owners of the Inn, Eve and Dick and immediately felt comfortable. We began with cocktails on the porch which overlooks the ocean. The view is simply breathtaking. I enjoyed a baby shrimp appetizer...More
We are lucky enough to live 'stumble distance' from this wonderful restaurant and don't get here often enough. The food is locally source, creatively prepared and service is terrific.
Dinner at Blue is worth the trip to Georgetown. We were staying at the Grey Havens Inn but would have traveled to eat here even if we had been staying elsewhere in the area. The food was excellent, the service terrific and the setting beautiful....More
Blue is the restaurant located in Grey Havens Inn on the coast in Georgetown, very close to Reid State Park. They have a wrap around porch where one can have cocktails overlooking the water and their dinner menu offers fresh seafood and a creative menu....More
Romantic setting for dinner and drinks overlooking the water. Food is tasty and well prepared, both supported by a welcoming and friendly wait staff. Swordfish is a healthy sized serving with a flavorful sauce served on a bed of potatoes. Good selection of wines to...More
We summer in Maine and visit Blue several times a year..The last few years it had dropped a star or two in our estimation but our recent visits have been outstanding...The view is to die for so try to pick a clear night but the...More
We had a great dinner here in June. We had the lazy lobster (good, but I actually wish I had ordered something else instead), and blue mashed potatoes, asparagus, some appetizers, and a chocolate mousse for dessert. The setting is BEAUTIFUL-- worth it just for...More
This restaurant is located in a large bed & breakfast on the waterfront on Georgetown Island in the Bath area. Unless you are staying at the B&B, which we were not (we own a house in the area), it's a bit of a hike to...More