Booth Bay and lobster

Jul 17th, 2002, 01:24 PM
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Hey, dont forget Wharf at Pass-a-Grill, Ricky T's for apperitivo, Pasadena Steakhouse for something on a skewer, that smoked fish place on 49th for take-out before the dash over that H-F causeway, and last but not least, Don P-i-ablo for border food. I always think of border collie. If that doesn't round out the week, I'll attend FSU wild on e at Ybor.
 
Jul 21st, 2003, 05:00 PM
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First of all, where are you staying in Boothbay? Just curious. We just returned from a trip to mid-coast Maine and we loved it. Be sure to go on the Cabbage Island clam bake. I agree with Bette Ann -- you can't beat the price. Great food and a fun time. Bette forgot to mention the whole onion and hardboiled egg that went along with the meal. Reservations are a must. We loved Camden and lingered around the harbor on two separate days. Stop at Red's Eats in Wiscasset for a lobster roll & onion rings. Trenton Lobster Pound is also good if you go to the Acadia Park area. I don't believe "lobster is lobster". If not cooked properly it's not good!!
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