Once you cozy up at the Rhumb Line, you don’t have to venture far for a bite to eat or sights to see. Consider the awesome options we have nearby in the fall:
- Bradbury Brothers Market is a charming village market in the heart of Cape Porpoise offering groceries, freshly prepared meals, baked goods, butcher shop and deli, fine wines, craft beers and local gifts.
- Cape Porpoise Kitchen is a gourmet deli, retail shop and bakery, also featuring wines, cheeses and locally inspired gifts.
- Downstairs from Pier 77 is The Ramp Bar & Grill, a casual sports pub overlooking Cape Porpoise Harbor at the end of Pier Road.
- Upstairs from The Ramp is Pier 77 Restaurant, the more upscale sister to the downstairs pub. It sits over the water in Cape Porpoise Harbor.
- Tucked away a few minutes down the road, The Lost Fire is a Patagonian culinary grill and bar experience open at 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays,
- Musette is located in the heart of Cape Porpoise and offers fresh, local and healthy cuisine for locals and visitors alike in a cozy environment.
- farm + table is located in the big red barn in the heart of Cape Porpoise and offers unique, small-batch gifts and household ware from makers and creators.
- You’ll want to drive by the Bush estate on Walker’s Point, right around the corner from us, on Ocean Avenue. There’s a few spots where you can stop and get out of the car for a quick pic.
- Drive to the end of Pier Road to catch a glimpse of our only local lighthouse, Goat Island Light. There’s a small parking lot at the end where you can get out of the car to explore, walk out on the working fishing pier or scramble on the rocks overlooking the harbor
- Take a walk in the Turbat’s Creek neighborhood and you’ll see authentic sights and sounds of coastal Maine, including this popularly photographed fish house.