Freeport Dining: 3 Most Romantic Restaurants

On the shores of Casco Bay in Maine lies the little town of Freeport, a perfect haven for lovers seeking romantic weekend getaways or an entire week's vacation. Visitors to this sleepy seaside town can look forward to the finest Freeport dining in some of the most romantic restaurants in the country. If you are looking for the ultimate romantic experience for you and your partner in Freeport, make it a point to check out the following restaurants. 

Lobster Cooker
39 Main Street
Freeport, Maine 04032
(207) 772-7674
www.lobstercooker.net

Nothing can be as romantic as dining in one of the Lobster Cooker's sun garden tables where you and your partner are surrounded by lush, green plants bursting with colorful blooms while the aroma of the splendorous food tingle your spirits. The Lobster Cooker is perfect for any couple who doesn't want to shell out a huge sum to have a nice evening with each other. You can enjoy a perfect meal of freshly cooked Maine specialties, including steamed lobster, crab cakes, clam chowder, and shrimp salad. Lunch and dinner are also served with your own choice of beer or wine.

Mediterranean Grill
10 School Street
Freeport, Maine 04032
(207) 865-1688
www.mediterraneangrill.biz

If you have had enough of the lobster, spice up your evening in Freeport with a visit to Mediterranean Grill. It is located just minutes away from the Freeport Bed and Breakfast of your choice, but the coziness of the atmosphere makes it feel as if you and your partner are in your own secluded paradise. Mediterranean Grill offers authentic Mediterranean and Turkish dishes prepared solely with olive oil and natural ingredients prepared by local farmers and fishers. You and your partner will surely find that the homemade marinated kebabs are a welcome change from the famous lobster meals in Freeport.

Jameson Tavern
115 Main Street
Freeport, Maine 04032
(207) 865-4196
www.jamesontavern.com

You and your partner can also enjoy lobster in traditional Maine goodness inside the centuries-old restored family house equipped with its own taproom that houses dozens of beers, wines and spirits. If you have a particular affinity for history, then you should not miss the Jameson Tavern on your next visit to Freeport because it is in this particular house, in a particular room on the north-eastern side of the second floor, that the Missouri Compromise was signed, giving Maine its freedom as an independent state in 1820. Once the food comes to your table, you may forget all about its history. House specialties in Jameson Tavern include mussels steamed in white wine, fresh lobster cooked in herb butter and lobster cream, and classic shrimp scampi. You should have no trouble finding your way to this restaurant from your Freeport Inn, because it is well-known place in town.

These Freeport restaurants are only three of the most romantic restaurants in town. Reservations are always encouraged but most restaurants in the town will gladly welcome walk-in visitors. So the next time you and your partner happen to pass by this charming town by the seashore, don't forget to take a slow dinner in one of Freeport's most romantic restaurants.