The Cup Café61 Military St, Houlton, ME 04730 | (207) 532-9269
“The Cup Cafe is a funky not for profit cafe located in the basement of the Unitarian Society of Houlton, offering fabulous specialty coffee and tea drinks, homemade treats to eat, free wifi, and a cozy space to gather with friends.”
From scratch recipes with sugar confections including chocolate-covered cherries, peanut brittle, fudge, and baked caramel corn; baker’s confections including spice rolls, sweet picked braids, scones, breakfast cakes, and English muffin loaves.
Harbor Café36 Main St, Stonington, ME 04681 | (207) 367-5099
This local cafe has a variety of options including salads, sandwiches, full dinners, great seafood, and desserts.
Classic diner with a wonderful selection of foods to choose from. Whether you’re craving a sandwich, salad, wrap, or even delicious Maine lobster, J.M. Gerrish has something for everyone in the family. Check out their daily specials, and stop by for breakfast as well!
Not only does Markel’s Bakehouse cater, but they are also the perfect place to stop by for hot comfort food any time of day. They have both main course dishes and desserts, so be sure to check out their menu for seasonal specialties, such as their fruit salad during the summer!
Small batch and artisan bagels, breads, and more. They sell wholesale and by special orders, and also cater. Their products can be found in local stores including the Burnt Cove Market in Stonington and the Gallery in Deer Isle.
Serving up coffee drinks made from beans roasted in Brewer, Maine. Open seasonally in Sunday River’s South Ridge Lodge.
D’Ellies5 Village West, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947 | (207) 237-2490
“Imagine muffins still warm from the oven alongside a steaming cup of locally roasted, freshly brewed coffee… sandwiches made to order on thick slices of freshly baked bread… satisfying soups simmered with fresh, all-natural ingredients… amazing desserts made from scratch. For more than 25 years, D’Ellies has been doing just that!”
This small café offers locally roasted coffee, bagels, specialty cream cheeses, homemade goods, and so much more! Check out their Kingfield-Carrabassett location as well at 5092 Access Road, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947.
This lovely home bakery offers breakfast and lunch specials featuring their own, old-fashioned baked breads and pastries. They also offer a variety of homemade preserves and soaps, honey, and wreaths and other gifts for the holidays!
One of Maine’s greatest joys is the scattering of roadside self-serve pie stands across the state, still operating on the honor system. Puzzle Mountain Bakery is one of these, offering homemade pies, whoopie pies, cookies, and jams on the way up to Grafton Notch State Park. This is truly “the way life should be.”
This fabulous bakery offers fresh breads, pastries, cakes, quiches and a list of daily and monthly specials. Their additional offerings include Maine’s own Coffee By Design, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
This classic Maine ski resort, one of Maine’s largest and offering some of the highest elevation lift access in New England, is back! Offering great skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer, a cafe for breakfast and lunch, a pub, and the unique outdoor Fat Tire Mountain Bar all based out of their mountain lodge.
This wonderful little health food store offers local produce, a variety of organic and ethically-sourced grocery items, fresh baked goods, bulk spices and grains, and much more! They also offer a variety of wraps, sandwiches, and other prepared foods.
A rarity in rural Maine, this amazing restaurant serves 100% vegan food with a focus on organic and locally-sourced ingredients. Their menu is full of delicious, healthy options at surprisingly low prices. Not-to-be-missed!