This 1855 church and meetinghouse is a remarkable setting for a meal. On occasion you can even eat upstairs among the pews. Though owned by acclaimed chef and owner Michael Gagné—whose multilayer cream-cheese biscuits are shipped all over the country—this meetinghouse serves meals that are primarily made by chef de cuisine Troy Mains. The menu changes daily but always has a variety of seafood, vegetables, and dairy products purchased locally. You might begin with
the lobster and crab cakes, then move on to grilled fillet of beef stuffed with crab or the duck confit. Finish up with the signature Obsession in Three Chocolates. The wine list is quite good as well.