Mom's Diner

August 12, 2011

Red’s Eats, Wiscasset ME

Filed under: food, Maine, seafood, Wiscasset — Tags: , , , , , — momsdiner61 @ 2:40 pm

Everything Maine comes together at Red’s Eats! Nestled along the riverbank in Wiscasset, Maine, you cannot miss the bright red and white striped awning of this tiny lobster roll Mecca. And, the line wrapped around the building certainly speaks to the quality of the dining experience you are about to enjoy! Here, you will find the most wonderful lobster rolls- simply large chunks of chilled lobster meat served on a buttered toasted bun with a side of melted butter. There is so much lobster meat stuffed onto the bun that you have to eat the excess (dipped in warm butter, of course) in order to be able to manage the sandwich! There is nothing better than to sit in the sun on Red’s patio and savor the sights and tastes of Maine. If you are not a lobster lover, you won’t go away hungry- try a Big Al – ham, bacon, cheese, and fried chicken on a bun with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. This is truly a sandwich masterpiece and could easily feed two hungry travelers! Or, try the Sturdley, a deep fried hot dog wrapped in bacon and served on a grilled New England bun. Finish off your meal with a Pepsi and a plate of fried dough served hot and sprinkled with melted butter and powdered sugar!

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