Can anyone recommend (an early) dinner between Freeport and Bath that would enthuse a grandma, her sister and our two chowish pups? Our interests would include (of course) seafood but not be limited to it I guess. Key for the grandmas would be not-noisy and comfortable. Key for me would be at least *something* not-fried and "tasty" (subjective, I know). As a clue to my taste, I am one of the 'loves-Sarah's' crowd. I absolutely love "crunchy-granola", tasty food, and some of Sarah's menu fits this bill, IMO.
Is there anything "historic" in Bath? A tavern or road house that would be family-ish? Is there anything "healthy" in Brunswick? I guess the aunt isn't so into "healthy"; steaks and road-house food would be closer to her taste. But some of us aspire to vegetarianism, so....*sigh*.
Anyway, I guess it's hard to match our tastes, so just sticking to *yours* would work -- anything *at all* edible in Freeport? Interesting in Brunswick? Bath? Wiscasset is our backyard and Sarah's would definitely work, it just wouldn't be terribly interesting or new for some of us.
Thanks for your help!