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Dining at the Pentagoet Inn

 

Dinner   The restaurant at our Castine bed and breakfast is open to the public and inn guests most evenings serving dinner or as we affectionately say “serving supper”.  Our renowned farm to table menu offers the best of local fare complimented by an excellent wine list and specialty cocktail menu. Click here for our Castine Maine restaurant details and menus.

Breakfast   Our gourmet breakfast is included in the room rate and not to be missed. You will be well fortified for the day’s adventures with our abundant buffet of homemade sweet and savory specials.. Click here for breakfast pictures and details

Intermezzo  For our inn guests we serve complimentary afternoon tea with homemade cookies, tarts and cakes prepared daily by our pastry chef and evening hors d’oeuvres in Passports Pub for a delicious prelude to dinner at the inn. 

Catering   Planning a special party?  The Pentagoet offers custom catering services for parties of any size here at the inn or at your location. Click here for photos.

Farmers Market   See us Thursdays at the Castine Farmers Market June through August. Comestibles from the Pentagoet kitchen are available for sale, granolas, jams, biscuits and scones, dressings, sauces, dips, pesto, tapenades, savory tarts. For more information.

Jazz on the Porch   For the second year there will be a jazz trio on the porch Tuesdays during July and August. Join us at this weekly event for drink specials, delectable small plates and remarkable music.

 

"Feast on bouillabaisse at the Pentagoet Inn" Barron's 2012

“Great meals, grand visages in Castine, Maine”.....

The Pentagöet is one of the livelier spots after dark in Castine, a wonderfully uncluttered town perched on Penobscot Bay. Both nights of our stay, the bar was crowded and the dining room filled to capacity. We snagged an 8 p.m. reservation for dinner on Saturday, the last available for a late-in-the-day request.  We were glad to have gotten it. The grilled scallops were jumbo-sized and flavorful, with a hint of anise; the slow-cooked lamb shank was tender. For dessert, we chose mango sorbet, so fresh tasting that we asked if it was made on - site, it was.  Breakfast was another lovely meal.

Boston Globe July 30, 2006

Elm Tree Benefit Dinner June 26, 2007
Elm Tree Benefit Dinner June 25, 2008

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