The wide selection of beer and pub-fare makes this bar located in the Briar Lea Inn unique.
Named after the "Drayman," British beer wagon driver, The Jolly Drayman English Pub serves locals and tourists alike. Appetizers include curry chowder and hand-rolled chicken spring rolls, and they serve a variety of British and Indian foods. Some favorites are korma, vindaloo, and tikka masala. Stop in with the whole family after a day of skiing, the kids will love the children's menu and adults will love the wide selection of beer.
The brightest star in Sunday River's restaurant scene.
Overlooking Sunday River’s slopes, this restaurant is the bright spot of the resort’s otherwise lackluster dining scene. It’s a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner. The menu ranges from tuna steak to filet mignon and features a popular mix-and-match, create-your-own pasta selection. Sunday River, Maine | 207.824.2222 | phoenixhouseandwell.com
This restaurant offers a five-course, fixed-price immersion into the tastes, culture, and history of Mediterranean cuisines. It’s offered Saturday nights by reservation only and each week is different. BYOB. Bethel, Maine | 207.824.5282 | cafedicocoa.com
Bon Appetit approves, we're guessing you will too.
Chef Peter Bodwell’s roast duckling, topped with Maine maple syrup and wild blueberry glaze, brought this restaurant to Bon Appetit’s attention. White tablecloths, soft light, and attentive service set the tone, but the rambling dining rooms ware unpretentious, and families are welcome. The best seats are by the fire or on the glassed-in porch overlooking Main Street. Bethel, Maine | 207.824.2174 | sudburyinn.com