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The York Harbor Inn’s menu has been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Gourmet, Taste, and countless other fine food publications. Country Living Magazine recently selected York Harbor Inn as “Inn of the Month,” mentioning the Inn's Ship’s Cellar Pub as “great for a casual lunch or dinner.”
Executive Chef Bonsey CEC, AEC has been recognized as one of the top chefs in Maine by Portland Magazine and one of only a few hundred Chefs accredited by the American Culinary Federation to the American Academy of Chefs.
Whether you dine in our oceanview "1637 Restaurant", or The Chapman Cottage, or in the Ships Cellar Pub, you are certain to have an enjoyable experience.
A continental style breakfast is served to our overnight guests from 7:30am to 9:30am. Featured are juice, fresh fruits, yogurts, cereal, bagels, English muffins and our special baked goods.
Lunch is served Monday through Saturday downstairs in our Ship's Cellar Pub starting at 11:30 am.
We are excited to announce that the majority of our menu is now gluten free or can be modified to be gluten free.
Our menu, featured in Food & Wine Magazine, emphasizes local seafood including shrimp, scallops, haddock and lobster! However, there is variety enough to please any palate.
Our menu is enriched with a continental flair in our veal, beef and chicken dishes as well as our incomparable sauces. All of our seafood is the freshest available, and much of it is caught in the cold Atlantic off York Harbor. Our vegetables are fresh and salads are served icy cold with our own homemade dressings. Cocktails are served, and you will find our wine list is quite large, yet discriminating. An evening meal in our dining room is a unique and special taste pleasure you're sure to remember. Dinner hours (reservations strongly suggested) are nightly from 5:30pm to 10pm.
Sunday Brunch is served from 9:30am to 2:30pm. For off-season service, please check at the desk as days of food service and hours change in the late spring, fall and winter.