Sorry, because I haven't made enough posts yet it so it removed all the links I had included. Will edit it in the future!
Here's one list of lobster shacks. Some have been reviewed here at RF:
(This was a link at Brewster House Bed & Breakfast, Freeport, Maine. You can do searches for the places below.) Waterman's Beach Lobster
, my favorite lobster place, is located near Rockland--midcoast Maine. It is now closed for the season, but it is open from the weekend of Father's Day through mid-September. Keep it in mind for another trip to Maine next year. Ocean a few feet from you. I have been going here for over 20 years. Wonderful people. Love their lobster and crab rolls. Maine crabmeat is wonderful, too. It has a delicate, sweeter flavor than lobster. Desserts and salads are homemade: Red Barn Restaurant
--a good seafood place in Augusta. They get their seafood fresh from family, who own a seafood market in Augusta. Their boneless chicken is good, too, and they sell a lot of both seafood and chicken!:
Also in the Augusta area--something to do/see--is the Maine State Museum
.: Beth's Farm Market-
-a farm stand--wonderful place all season long--midcoast Maine. Apples, winter squash, potatoes, baked goods, etc, are available right now. They sell 50# bags of potatoes--and smaller quantities, too. They have a corn maze now.:
And then there are Moody's
in Waldoboro (midcoast Maine), and Big G's
in Waterville (just beyond Augusta)--both have been reviewed here. Both are good. Big G's makes their own bread--white, wheat, rye.
Enjoy your trip to Maine!
Almost forgot. Maine's Department of Conservation every year provides a fall foliage map, which is updated on Wednesdays in the fall. I call it the leaf peeper map:
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