Maine Lobster Bakes

Maine Lobster Bakes are a tradition to life here on the Coast. Natives and visitors gather around a large cauldron of steaming lobster, clams and corn on the cob covered with seaweed. The smell of the sea air and the view of a Maine working harbor creates a lasting, memorable experience that you and your guest will treasure forever. The Kennebec Tavern Restaurant and Marina in Bath Maine and Cook’s Lobster House on Bailey Island are in the perfect location. Surrounded by water with breathtaking views of the Kennebec River, Casco Bay and the worlds only Cribstone Bridge.

Lobster boats, sailing ships and the world’s only Cribstone Bridge will be your back drop. Lobster and steamed clams, corn on the cob all being cooked before your eyes over an open fire, covered with seaweed in the traditional manner. If you are looking for a spot to give your guest an experience they will treasure forever. Experience the true Maine. Experience a traditional Down East Lobster Bake.

To learn about Wedding Receptions at Cook’s Lobster House visit A Maine Wedding

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Casco Bay lunch  or Garrison Cove Lunch or Garrison Cove Deluxe Lunch

Garrison Cove Dinner or Casco Bay Dinner

Traditional Lobster Bake or Deluxe Lobster Bake

Please enjoy this video of one of our Maine lobster bakes.

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At Cook’s Lobster House you can also have your lobster bake inside the restaurant. Enjoy a traditional Maine lobster bake in the comfort of our dining rooms as you watch the water front working harbor going about the business of harvesting the bounty of the sea.

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