On our way to Portland and stopped by to see what I have been hearing about this place is true. Defiantly worth it. Walked away satisfied
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We stopped for a take out meal after a day of biking and exploring the island. We were starving! It was a Saturday evening about 6pm and there was one other customer there. The place is truly no frills... it's about the size of a...More
We biked around the entire island of Chebeague and luckily I planned this as our last stop of the day because you will have a belly full of fried food after this place and that is not the way to go for biking! We were...More
It's what it sounds like: a shack with a family-owned business inside that makes all kinds of short-order food. There is a lawn nearby with picnic tables and tents. You can either take the food home or eat there. As the Slow Bell Cafe is...More
We loved the fact that it was obviously a family-run business heavily patronized by the island community. While we waited for our Tiffatizer, steak bomb, and a dagwood, our kids played on the swingset and walked around the antique fire engine. The onion rings were...More
Pull up or ride into the dirt parking lot and dine at the picnic tables nearby. Really great fried clams, lobster rolls and the fried scallops are FANTASTIC!
We recently visited Chebeaque Island for a wedding. Saturday morning we set off with our two adult daughters to explore the island. We arrived at the Clam Shack just as it was opening for the day. Since it is literally a shack, we were surprised...More
This is literally a shack that serves a nice variety of fried seafood and other kinds of lunch items. The fried haddock sandwitch was freesh haddack and a good batter. Seating is picnic tables or the ground. Judging by the number of people there it...More
The Calders Clam Shack is a must for any traveler to Chebeague. The clams are pure awesomeness and the "Chebeaguer" so good I had to go back twice, in one week!