Restaurants in Scarborough, ME

Even if Scarborough did not have a branch of Holy Donut (originally from Portland) with its creamy, potato-dough donuts, it is well worth a Roadfood visit because of Ken’s Place. Ken’s is a vintage Yankee drive-in (dating back to 1927), the sort of breezy summertime restaurant to which generations of locals and regular visitors have come to eat seafood, drink root beer, and be merry. For a more devoted focus on Ocean cuisine, check out the Rising Tide Restaurant, located at the back of the Pine Point Fisherman’s Co-op, where the view is of lobstermen bringing in their catch.

Scarborough’s Most Famous Dishes

Pizza is crowded with meats, veggies, and feta cheese

Pizzas

Picked lobster meat is piled high in a long bun that has been butter-grilled on its sides ... Maine lobster roll

Lobster Roll

A basket of six hot donuts: plain, powdered sugar, cinnamon

Donuts

One big, bright red, ready-to-eat lobster perches atop a pile of steamer clams on a paper placemat.

Lobster

Scarborough’s Best Restaurants

Portland Pie Co.

SCARBOROUGH, ME

Shade

SCARBOROUGH, ME

Exterior view of Ken's Place
Ken’s Place

SCARBOROUGH, ME

Lobster and steamer clams in a bowl with broth and butter
Rising Tide Restaurant

SCARBOROUGH, ME

Holy Donut | Maine Donuts At Their Very Best | Portland Area

SCARBOROUGH, ME

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