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I was in town to visit my mom, so I stopped in for lunch. I had the best lobster stew! There must have been the meat from a whole lobster in the bowl of stew. I will be going back this week, in the hopes...that it is the same.More
We are local and go once a week. Only because you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. We have tried everything on every menu for every season: summa, hunt’t season, winta, and mud season.
Oh and the year round staff is just amazing,...treat em well and they’ll treat cha bettah!!More
A very good restaurant to have a bite to eat. All of the typical comfort food you'd find in a local restaurant. Really like location. The good thing about stopping here when the summer season ends are the crowds. Not so busy with visitors (from...close by to far away). On the other hand the staff is cut therefore there's not enough waitresses/ waiters to serve drinks and food. That can lead to impatient customers. Guess what...customers have to learn to wait and have patience! If neither fit your 'up if tea' find another place to have food. For any seasonal town in Maine, any restaurant relies greatly on the summer months and the busier crowds. That's kinda how things go 'round that town! In terms of finding other good restaurants to eat at, locals know Portland is a drive but it's not the worse drive in the world.More
I took my daughter and my almost-daughter out to dinner to celebrate my almost-daughter's 21st birthday. She ordered a delicious 'sugar cookie' cocktail and I had their porter - very good. At the table, we had the bruschetta, mozzarella sticks, veggie burger, veggie chili, cornbread,...and the chicken pesto sandwich. All were excellent and the fries that came with the meals were very tasty! It was quite busy on a Wednesday evening - the bar area can be quite loud - but it is also a fun atmosphere. They have changed the layout under new ownership. I LOVE the 2 stalls in the restroom - and the dining area was expanded and seems more open. Always a good, solid meal with portions big enough for lunch the next day!!!!!More
I tried every one of Bray's home brews and then settled for water. The beers were bad by any standard. Some were flat, some were tasteless, some were sickly sweet. The food was also average but at least you could eat it. The place also...takes pride on its lively atmosphere, so come prepared for noise. Better yet, head to Portland. It's less than 30 minutes away.More
First time visit w/ another couple on a Thursday evening end of Sept 2017. Only five miles from our rental at the Point Sebago Resort. Note: Bray's Brewery is here, but signage says that it's the "historic" Gary's Old Towne Tavern". Sat at the bar...and tried the house beers. Many taps and styles offered. This place is deceivingly large w/ as much square footage outside as inside. This place must really hop in the summer months. Good value pub grub. And the pizza is quite good and popular. There's a pizza club card and pizza specials on Mon/Tue. A friendly place with a friendly, but harried staff. Definitely worth another visit.More
I visited Gary's (formerly Brays) on my way home from the Fryeburg Fair with family and friends. I have recently transitioned to a primarily whole food/plant-based diet. I ordered a bowl of the veggie chili and the house salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing. Both were...delicious. The chili was one of the best veggie chilis I've had to date and the salad was fresh and enormous and the olives were a nice touch. I also had a Causeway Cream Ale which was one of the tastiest cream ales that I've had. I would definitely recommend this place for my vegan, vegetarian and whole food/plant-based friends.More