We ate in a dining room surrounded by views of the sea and shore, including a view of the famous Marginal Way. This was an impulsive decision to take advantage of the Sunday jazz brunch on a rainy fall day in Perkins Cove, and we had the best meal on our trip to Maine. I can't say enough about the excellent service, the friendly conversation with one of the owners, and the beautiful way the delicious food was presented. For a fine dining restaurant, the portions were generous and the prices, for the brunch, reasonable. The jazz duo helped everything taste and feel even better.
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