This Out Of The Way Maine Eatery Is Built In A Former Chicken Coop And The Food Is Outstanding

There’s a lot to love about Maine’s small, off-the-beaten-path eateries. They’re filled with love, a community spirit, and most have been around for quite a long time. And while it’s almost impossible to choose a favorite, we’re partial to the ones with a little bit of personality. This spot is located inside a very unexpected building and we think you’ll love it!

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Nook and Cranny Restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. They’re closed on Monday. You can learn more about them by checking out their website or following them on Facebook. Have questions? Give them a call on 207-454-3335.

We love that the state is full of so many great places to eat. And many of them offer unexpected menus. In fact, people drive from all over Maine to try the pierogies at Bogusha’s Polish Restaurant & Deli!

Address: 575 Airline Rd, Baileyville, ME 04694, USA