Friday, July 30, 2010

Southwest Harbor

We have reservations at Southwest Harbor at the Cafe' Drydock & Inn. On the way, we decided to take a tour of Northeast Harbor. We stopped and had a couple of great tuna sandwiches. It's a really small place and only a few places to stop at.
The inn is great! It's a bit funky and also kind of Victorian. Really comfortable.

We had dinner downstairs and listened to what Becky is calling an "Amazing one-man band." I don't think so.

Both of us had Walker's Wellington--a filet with a crabmeat topping wrapped in pastry dough. It was excellent. I could barely get into mine.

Here's the Inn:

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