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Closed Restaurants >> The Dip Net (Port Clyde, ME)

The Dip Net [CLOSED]

***** (4 stars, based on 4 reviews)
Route 131, Port Clyde, ME 04855
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The Dip Net was a lobster shack in Port Clyde, ME, that Boston's Hidden Restaurants had not reviewed, but was considered a restaurant of interest by this Web site.

Cuisine: seafood
Cost: moderately inexpensive
Location: Central Maine coast
One Reason to Go: varied and eclectic menu

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RSS buttonREADERS' REVIEWS OF THE DIP NET:

*****Rick Nichols from Norwell, MA, says:
Our favorite destination when traveling the Maine coast. Cozy inside with seating for maybe 30 people, watch the activity in the kitchen just a few feet from any table. Simple menu with the best food preparation, attentive, friendly staff. Always a treat.
(Posted on 1/24/10)

*****sgl from Seattle says:
Well, it used to be the best. Now, would not darken the door as it has been taken over by Linda Bean of LL Bean money. She has opened her Linda Bean's famous lobster roll outlets in local towns where local people make a living serving food. Also, check out the poor lobsters in front of Hall's market in Tenant's Harbor (she purchased that too). She keeps them in that tank for ???? as they don't sell them there.
(Posted on 9/27/09)

*****HollyBerry from Boston, MA, says:
Best dockside restaurant ever!
(Posted on 6/22/09)

*****Barbara from Charleston, SC, says:
This was an awesome place, we keep checking their website to see if they found a new location (their lease wasn't renewed), we've had many many many meals here, all absolutely the best!
(Posted on 6/22/09)