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Restaurants & Bars

Sebec Village, Maine (near Dover-Foxcroft)

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Restaurants & Bars

Sebec Village, Maine (near Dover-Foxcroft)

Albie | Aug 25, 2003 11:32 AM

Last week, we had our second lunch at the Sebec Village Cafe. It is out of the way, but it is well worth a side trip if you happen to be headed up through Dover or Milo. They serve breakfast and lunch, and the attached Market is open into the evening. The menu has just a few sandwiches, salads, soups, and 3-4 daily specials but everything is made fresh on the premises. The desserts are outstanding. Delicious breads and cookies.

It is also very quaint in a Martha Stewart meets Fried Green Tomatoes kind of way. There are only 7-8 tables, but a wait on the porch swings and rocking chairs is kind of nice. Even though the place seems to have an awful lot of waitresses for the number of tables, service was a little slow. We didn't mind because it was a pleasant place to sit and the staff was very nice.

I didn't post about it after my family's first visit because I got a cheeseburger which seems to be the worst thing on the menu. Not really bad, but it wasn't great. It had a tasteless pre-formed patty. Too bad, because everything else we have tried has been fresh and well-prepared.

The sides of potato salad and sweet potato homefries could have had more flavor, but did I mention that the desserts are outstanding? If you go before the fresh blueberry season ends, get the blueberry/cream cheese pie. It was very good on out first visit early in the summer, but last week it was fantastic.

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