Cape Porpoise Dining Guide
Pier 77 and The Ramp Bar out at Cape Porpoise are same owners with great views of the Harbor and lobster boats, and sunsets. Pier 77 is upstairs and more formal, while the Ramp down below is more of a sports bar for burgers and a beer. Both restaurants are at 77 Pier Road, Cape Porpoise.
Cape Pier Chowder House is a classic lobster shack on the pier with outdoor seating and take a number style ordering. The Chowder House is at 79 Pier Road, Cape Porpoise.
The Lost Fire Patagonia Grill & Bar is a chic Argentinian steakhouse with delicious wood-fired meats and a great bar. 62 Mills Road, Route 9, Cape Porpoise.
Nunan’s Lobster Hut in Cape Porpoise village is a lobster shanty, hasn’t changed in years and people are pleased at the simple seafood offerings in this rustic setting. Nunan’s is at 9 Mills Rd, Kennebunkport, ME.
Musette in Cape Porpoise village provides breakfast, lunch and dinner, upscale comfort food. Musette is at 2 Pier Road in the heart of Cape Porpoise.
Earth is modern meets Maine farm lands. This unusual indoor outdoor dining venue is campy but chic with log decorated walls and a soaring bar. Earth’s food is fresh, and creatively concocted in an open kitchen. Earth is part of Hidden Pond – an upscale camping spa resort, part of Kennebunkport Resort Collection, located in the woods at 354 Goose Rocks Road, Hidden Pond, near Goose Rocks. Open Spring to Fall.
Tides Beach Club overlooks Goose Rocks Beach in Kennebunkport, open Spring to Fall. The old inn has been reinvented with a chic Miami comes to Maine décor, a swank glass bar and open dining room, open in season. The menu is fresh and fun focused on seafood and native offerings. A drink on the wrap around porch before dinner at Tides, and a walk on Goose Rocks beach after makes for a super summer evening. The Tides is at 254 Kings Highway, Goose Rocks Beach, 207-967-3757
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