Hands-down the best lobster shack in Maine
Many lobster connoisseurs consider Five Islands Lobster Company to be hands-down the best lobster shack in Maine—or anywhere, for that matter. Why? Start with the lobsters. They come from the deep, cold water that nearly surrounds the Five Islands section of Georgetown, Maine, on the edge of Sheepscot Bay. The deep, dark, and frigid waters close to shore are considered ideal for propagating large numbers of healthy, meaty lobsters, ……Then there’s the view………Throw in the excellent deep-fried and grilled fare from the fry shack…..and the Annabelle’s Ice Cream stand next to the fry shack, and you’re going to find it mighty hard to get back in your car and leave this place.
Excerpted from Lobster Shacks: A Road-Trip Guide to New England’s Best Lobster Joints by Mike Urban. Reprinted by permission of Countryman Press.
Five Islands Lobster serves up some of the best cold-water, hard-shell lobster you’ll find anywhere.
Located on a pier at the end of Route 127, Five Islands Lobster serves up some of the best cold-water, hard-shell lobster you’ll find anywhere. Throw in its award-winning fried clams and the shack’s magnificent view of Sheepscot Bay, and you’ll find it hard to leave.
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