It was a long wait to be served, the price was high for the basic breakfast-nothing special about the place.
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Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day so I'm pretty picky when it comes to judging the food. Well Sea Biscuit blew my expectations out of the park. It was a pleasant surprise as we almost didn't stop, but glad we did. I had...More
South West Harbor is a great little village on Mount Desert Island. We stopped at Sea Biscuits Café for a late breakfast. Overall, I would have to say it was average, almost disappointing and very expensive. I had the blueberry pancakes. Maybe my expectations were...More
This is a fabulous breakfast cafe! The unbelievably extensive menu of traditional and creative dishes will meet everyone's vision for the perfect breakfast. Set in an old house just out of town in Southwest Harbor, this family run cafe is immaculately clean and well managed,...More
Our family of 4 dinner, including 2 kids meals was $50!! A glass of orange juice was $4. The kids got a pancake with some strawberries arranged in a smiley face and that was $7 each plus $2 each for OJ. The wife got french...More
This was an absolutely AMAZING breakfast. Their homemade jam is out of this world and their breakfast combinations are very unique. My husband had eggs topped with pot roast and I had eggs with grilled veggies and black beans. Absolutely incredible. Great service, but expect...More
We love this place so much. They have the best breakfast on the island, especially the blueberry pancakes with a fried egg on top! the Strawberry Rhubarb spread they sell is wonderful. We always take the biscuits with us on our sailing cruise and without...More
Read rave reviews so brought 3 guests for brunch. All food had disappointments. Bean Boogie was short on black beans and veggies, a pile of tortilla chips vs a tortilla. Pancakes heavy, no distinctive flavor, but the house made blueberry sauce was very good. Service...More
Breakfast the way it should be. Like the local history pictures on the walls and tables. Nice place to start the day. Lots of locals eating there.
We were staying in Bar Harbor but stopped here on route to see The Bass Harbor Lighthouse and Seawall. It was a very convenient stop for breakfast on the way. If it was closer to our hotel we would revisit during the rest of our...More