Wiscasset Maine


To us, Wiscasset Maine is one of the prettiest towns on the Maine coast. Even more important to us, it is the home to the Maine institution: Red’s Eats, with each of its giant lobster rolls probably containing at least a pound of lobster meat. Lobster rolls, which are served naked (undressed) can be ordered [Read more …]

Up (and Down) the Downeast Coast to Camden, Maine


After deciding to pass on the tempting exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art, it was time to leave Portland Maine. We followed the route we had taken many times before when we lived in Boston. And, since things change slowly on the Maine coast, we did most of the same things we have done [Read more …]

Our Summer Pilgrimage to Red’s Eats: Fighting the Traffic in Wiscasset Maine


Red’s or Bust We like virtually everybody who has ever driven mid-coast Maine, and/or loves lobster rolls, prays at the altar of Red’s Eats. Red’s is certainly an unlikely culinary altar. It is a 57-year old (not counting the 16 years it previously operated in Boothbay Harbor) shack, about the size of a large-minivan, with [Read more …]