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Eat the Kennebunks

EAT the Kennebunks Week is HERE! We are moving ahead with Eat the Kennebunks Week, May 17-23, just a little differently -- all restaurants are only curbside pickup these days!

All this week, participating restaurants will feature specials daily. Check out our growing list here.

On Saturday night, Eat the Kennebunks Week will culminate in the community-wide Eat the Kennebunks Picnic Night. For the picnic, call and order out from the restaurant of their choice on May 23 (rain date May 24) and then to set up a picnic on your front lawn between 5 and 8 p.m. Snap a picture and post it using #GoKennebunksPicnic so, even apart, we as a community can still eat out "together."







Thank you to our sponsors!

  • Alisson's Restaurant
  • Duffy's Tavern & Grill
  • Hurricane Restaurant
  • Nonantum Resort & 95 Ocean
  • Sebago Brewing Company
  • Sweetgrass Winery & Distillery

Alisson's Restaurant:

Full Week Special:
Daily Burger & Beer (posted every morning to our Facebook and Instagram): $15.95
Picnic Special (available 11:30-8 on 5/23)
Picnic Lobster Roll (Maine lobster topped with our house cole slaw, celery salt, and warm butter in a grilled roll), Deviled Egg Potato Salad & Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookie $21.95


House-made Chickpea-Hemp Seed Veggie Burger: on our house made onion-poppy seed bun, lettuce, three pepper confit, crispy fingerlings, creole mustard aioli (V, V+ without aioli) |  $14  (add cheddar for $1)
All Natural Beef Burger: on our house made onion-poppy seed bun, blue cheese dressing, arugula, onion jam, with crispy fingerling potatoes | $16 ( add cheddar for $1)
Brownies: $5 each
4 pack of Lone Pine IPA - $15
4 Pack of Allagash White - $15

Batson River Brewing & Distilling:

Pizza, salad for two and a 4-pack of your choice for $30 on Saturday only.

Ben & Jerry's

The Boathouse:

Cape Porpoise Kitchen

The Clam Shack

Earth at Hidden Pond

H.B. Provisions:

Special 1: Taste of Maine sampler for two with clam chowder, lobster rolls and 2 pieces of blueberry pie with a bottle of Olivetti's Rose wine for $49 (a savings of $11)
Special 2: Two reuben sandwiches with large bag of chips and two cans of Corona hard seltzer for $29 (save $7)
For the kids add a grilled cheese sandwich or hot dog for $3 per order!


Open Wednesday - Saturday from 4-8 p.m. for curbside pickup. To order call (207) 967-9111. Menu can be found HERE

Mornings in Paris:


1/2 Pint Family 4 Pack: $20
Goat Cheese Blackberry Chambord
Dark Chocolate
Maine Whoopie Pie
Cuban Coffee
Pint Family 4 Pack: $40 
Goat Cheese Blackberry Chambord
Dark Chocolate
Maine Whoopie Pie
Cuban Coffee
**Brand New** Ice Cream Tacos: 
Various Flavors 
1 $6.50
2 for $12
4 for  $20
Orders can be made online through the curbside pick up store or by calling (207) 251-6866. Orders can be made in advance by pre-ordering for curbside pick-up in Wells or Kennebunkport. Online store is always open and pick-ups are available daily from 12-5 p.m. in Wells and, starting May 21, from 12-8 p.m. in Kennebunkport.

Stripers Waterside Restaurant



50 Local:

Enjoy our Family Meal (serves 4pp): fried chicken + waffles + biscuits + cole slaw. It also includes a $10 gift certificate to either River's Edge Spa & Salon, Jak Designs, Spaces, or the Brick Store Museum. Price is $87. 

For our four-legged friends






A week just isn’t enough.

Food has brought us together for thousands of years, whether it was cave people cooking over an open fire or farming communities celebrating the harvest or families gathered for the ritual of dinner together each night.

Food has featured prominently in the highlight reels of our lives: birthday cakes, hot dogs at ballgames, holiday meals with the family, barbecues on the Fourth of July, the season’s first cone from the ice cream truck, turkey and stuffing for Thanksgiving.
As we all discovered this year, access to that food - whether having dinner out at our favorite restaurants, grabbing coffee and a pastry from “our” place or picking up whatever’s fresh from a grocery on the way home - is something we can’t take for granted.
And yet, when the world turned dark, it was many of those same eateries that kept us tethered to our “old” lives, as food workers switched from eat-in to takeout and delivery. 
While they kept us fed, so many of them were hurting, having to lay off employees, limit their menus or close their doors altogether.
Usually I announce our Eat the Kennebunks Week dates in this space, and urge you to help celebrate our culinary scene. This year, though, I’m not doing that. First, as I write this, I don’t know when we will return to normal. And second, one week just isn’t enough.
Now more than ever before our restaurants and other eateries need our support. So I’d like to declare this EAT THE KENNEBUNKS YEAR, and encourage you to do a few things:
Eat out. Grab a meal at your favorite spot or try a new one. This will help owners keep the doors open and employees paid
  1. Tip well! Servers have been struggling with reduced income. Show them you appreciate all they do.
  2. Buy gift certificates. This will give eateries a boost now, and you or your recipient can enjoy a great meal later.
  3. Take a photo of a meal out and use the hashtag #eatthekennebunks until Dec. 13 and you’ll be entered to win a $50 gift card to any eatery in this guide.
So eat out, eat often, and eat the Kennebunks this year!