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    • Spruce Point Inn sunset from 88 Dining Room
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    • 88 Beers painting
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    • Deck  at Spruce Point Inn
    • 88 Alcove view
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    • Bogies at Spruce Point Inn
    • 88  and Deck at twilight
    • 88 Scollops
    • Roasted Beet Salad
    • Spruce Point Inn Breakfast Buffet
    • Bogies Bar Rusticator Rum
    • Bogies bar at Spruce Point Inn
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    • 88 s'mores
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    • Deck at twilight
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    • Spruce Point Inn Shore Dinner
    • Bogies Fish & Chips
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    • 88 Dining Room piano
    • Ahi Tuna, cucumber, lemon olive oil, lemon zest sea salt
    • Spruce Point Inn - Dining - Farm Fresh Basil
    • Heirloom tomato Caprese
    • Bogies Steamed Mussels
    • Spruce Point Inn  88 Dining Room
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    • Deck lunch
    • Spruce Point Inn twilight
    • Maine shrimp bruschetta
    • Spruce Point Inn  88 Dinning Room
    • Oceanside Pool Spruce Point Inn
    • Spruce Point Inn    Lobby Porch
    • Library at Spruce Point Inn
    • Sunset from 88 Dining Room at Spruce Point Inn
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    • Bogie's Dining Room
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    • Summer Halibut
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    The Spruce Point Inn is recognized as one of the top dining spots on the Maine Coast. Our three Boothbay Harbor restaurants – 88, Bogie’s and Deck – offer a variety of Maine dining options. Open to the general public, each restaurant offers a mix of traditional favorites and unique native dishes.

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Locally fished, farmed and gathered – to your plate


Food & Wine Magazine came up with the idea of “Collaboration Nation” to describe chefs working with customers, vendors and each other to bring the best flavors and experiences to those who love food. The principles of Chefs Stiles and Weinerth are sourcing, preperation, and enhancement.

Here at Spruce Point Inn in Boothbay Harbor, our Chef's have operated on these principles from the beginning, sourcing the locally fished, farmed and harvested ingredients from the best seasonal farms and producers in Maine. They then prepare the menu with cooking techniques that preserve the foods integrity and nutrition. The final product is enhanced by optimizing nutritional value via product combination and menu diversity.

Midcoast Maine is the beneficiary of a cornucopia of retired/relocated professionals who have left banking or IT to go back to the land and Chef Stiles – who grew up on a farm in local Lincolnville, just up the road -- has built relationships with local farms and other food purveyors, sourcing ingredients like the fresh Aroostook beets and lavender-honey chevre from Tourmaline Hill Farm, greens from the hothouse built by a drummer from the band Phish and cheese from the State of Maine Cheese Company, a business created by a Manhattan banker in Rockland.

It's an exciting time to be in the restaurant business and especially exciting to be part of what’s happening here, says Chef Brooks.


Our local Maine Farms and Producers:

  • Ararat Farms  - Lincolnville, Maine seasonally fresh vegetables of all varieties

  • Cellardoor Winery - Lincolnville, Maine

  • Curtis Farm - Farmer and butcher of Maine beef, lamb, and pork. 95% of our meats are specially prepared by Curtis Farms

  • Backyard Farms - Madison, Maine fresh tomatoes

  • Mill Cove Lobster Pound - Boothbay Harbor, Maine local seafood harvested or caught wild in the region

  • Morse’s Sauerkraut

  • Tourmaline Hill Farm - Northern Maine

  • Sonnental Dairy

  • State of Maine Cheese Co.

  • White Duck Farm

  • Crown of Maine Organic Cooperative - farm agent for a number of farms throughout the midcoast area of Maine as far north as Fort Kent. Representing Maine farms.

  • Real Food Institute

  • Brewer Dairy - Maine farm produced milk

  • Bowden Egg Farm - Maine farm fresh eggs

  • Glidden Point Oysters - Local Damariscotta River oysters

  • Roundtop Icecream - Damariscotta, Maine

  • Maine Shellfish - Farmed Maine mussels, salmon, and wild caught fish, clams, shrimp, and scallops