Below, find a list of some of our favorite casual dining options in Ogunquit.
Two restaurants, side by side in Perkins Cove. For over fifty years Barnacle Billy’s restaurant has been known for its luxury lobster, steamed clams, large lusty drinks, barbecued chicken, homemade clam chowder, and of course, the lobster roll and lobster stew.
This local favorite was voted one of America’s best doughnuts by Food & Wine magazine. You can also enjoy a full selection of breakfast goods and savory lunch items.
Pizza & beer has grown up at Cornerstone. Enjoy the freshest ingredients; from our house made sausage to fresh Maine Lobster and local produce; on our home made dough, thoughtfully paired with craft beer for optimum flavor combinations.
Enjoy all day breakfast in this local institution, which has been serving guests for more than 30 years.
Inspiration. It comes from our head chef. With a menu that was inspired by the locals at Ogunquit, he dares you to dream a little and take a bite out of the best food in town.
This upmarket Maine seafood restaurant and concert venue offers an oversized 600 gallon fish tank for your viewing pleasure.
This casual clam shack is a local favorite.
Located one mile north from the center of Ogunquit, this pizzeria also offers salads, subs and much, much more.
Look no further for a traditional country breakfast than the famous Omelette Factory.
Guests and visitors may enjoy breakfast daily in our own Raspberri’s Restaurant. We offer a complete menu including a variety of omelets, pancakes and our famous Belgian waffles!
Upscale but casual setting in an old home for Italian classics, pizza & wine.
Traditional steak dinners with sides included are the focus of this longtime surf ‘n’ turf standby.
Upscale, traditional Italian cuisine and wine in a warm, welcoming setting with a big stone fireplace.
This traditional local market offers pantry staples and to-go favorites in a convivial atmosphere.
Chef Ian Miller spent his early days learning to cook while growing up in Wolcott, Connecticut. When the city life finally got to him, he and his fiancé decided to relocate to the seacoast of Maine where he plans to use his experience to continue to wow the rest of New England.