Broad menu selection but not too big. Fresh lettuce, Fried not deep fried Hancock. Just like Mom used to make. Nice deserts too.
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My wife and I stopped in to Marlintini's two times over this past weekend. The first visit was for dinner. We found two spots at the bar and, with only six others in attendance, we proceeded to wait more than fifteen minutes for service. There...More
The Blue Hill area has few restaurants for a place that attracts tourism, strangely enough. Marlintini's fills the void with good food at reasonable prices in a friendly environment -- maybe not what tourists are looking for. But if you want a good lobster roll...More
Marlintini's is a bit out of town and a more local restaurant, not so trendy for the tourists. It is a solid choice: nothing too fancy but dependably good food. It has basic wood booths and tables, and some artistic decor. It's not fancy, but...More
We stopped in for the Wednesday Night "All You Can Eat" shrimp fry. The shrimp are super tiny and tasted okay. We have had better fried seafood at local shacks. The drinks were great and our server was super friendly and attentive. We will most...More
This is a local place with lots of food choices from chowder to steak. There are a few rooms and we sat in a quiet one in a booth. I enjoyed a salad with fresh crab on it and really good sweet potato fries. One...More
Located on the outskirts of Blue Hill, Maine this restaurants overs multiple dinner options but try the grilled haddock.
The only bar open year round in the area. Decent food, nothing exquisite, but good, cold beers, friendly service, and this is the best place to catch proper sporting events on the peninsula.
Had friends mention the great Reuben sandwich made with blackened haddock. Sounded a bit odd but I was intrigued so went for lunch. The server laughed when I told him I had heard about the sandwich and made what he said was his usual offer...if...More