Delicious dining options at NAHSL 2014

September 12, 2014 at 9:12 am | Posted in NAHSL Annual Meeting 2014 | Leave a comment

 

NAHSL dine around imageLet’s talk dine-a-round!

After cocktails and appetizers at  the Maine Light House Museum ( 5:30-7pm)  gather some friends together ( newly made or tried and true!) and head out into restaurant-rich Rockland!  There is ample parking across the street from the museum, and a bus service will ferry people back and forth from the Samoset beginning at 5:15. The return bus will be departing from the Maine Lighthouse Museum parking lot (across the street from the museum), looping between the two locations until 9pm, to accommodate those who choose to dine in Rockland at one of the fine dine-a-round options, which include: 

Park Street Grille  Their motto is “where the Southwest meets the Northeast,”

Fog Bar and Cafe A hip and happening gastro pub and cafe with smaller plates.  

Café Miranda “We Don’t Serve the Food of Cowards” is the motto of this eclectic small bistro. 

Rock Harbor  A local gathering place with a casual atmosphere and menu. 

Rockland Café This is our version of the local diner and it is where the locals eat. 

3Crow Restaurant and Bar Named for the spice company that used to be in the historic building that now houses the restaurant.  

Waterworks, a casual pub that will always have the game on! 

Archer’s  offers seafood menu includes fresh lobster daily – steamed or sautéed as “lazy man’s lobster” – as well as fried, baked, and broiled seafood favorites, burgers, pastas, and salads.

For more information or to register for the conference, go to: http://nahsl.libguides.com/nahsl2014

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