Sep 16 2019

5.5 miles sea kayaking

39 Cottage Street
Bar Harbor, ME

A wonderful day out on the sea: mostly cloudy with gentle winds. Along the way from Bartlett Narrows to Seal Cove, we see many porpoises during the trip. 9公里 一直有海豚陪伴. We used Sea Kayak, $50 for 5 hours – including a pep talk and travel time. The actual time on the kayak is about 3 hours. Our trip ends early.


Sep 16 2019

Beal’s Lobster Pier

182 Clark Point Rd
Southwest Harbor, ME 04679

Will return. More pix here.

It’s a fun place to dine: you order your lobsters, clams or whatever that are in the tanks. The staff fishes them out, weight them and you go pay at the cashier. The open kitchen is behind them. The cashier will give you a stand that bears your order number. You go to find a table, inside or out door, to sit (or wait around to take it away), the staff will bring it to you. But you have to get your own drink from the little bar. The bartender was in a tank top, showcasing his beautiful tattoos.

Food and service are good.

Unlike many piers, the water around it is usually muddy and or with some floating things (like garbage), the water by their pier however, is clear, which, I find the unusual.


Sep 16 2019

Margret Todd & the harbor

Sailing off … this four masts sailboat is eye catchy at Bar Harbor;


Sep 16 2019

Jeannie’s Great Maine Breakfast

15 Cottage St
Bar Harbor, ME 04609

Probably won’t return.

A decent place to have a hot breakfast. The service is good and the food is plentiful. The home made strawberry marmalade is yummy. The home fried is hard and tasteless. The serving staff is professional.


Sep 16 2019

Project Social Kitchen & Bar

20 Mount Desert St
Bar Harbor, ME 04609

Will return.

A small place that offers small plate in a small hotel that facing the Village Green. All is good: urbane, lively with good wine, service and food. The serving staff are young women, friendly yet professional. The three wines we’ve are all delicious: Walnut Block Sauvignon Blanc, Sean Minor Pinot Noir and Elena Walch. The warm almonds started us off on the right track.

Their bathroom has many frames … do you see a picture there?