Enjoyed our pizza and salad. Great bar atmosphere and friendly staff and the bar tender made this old gal a mean Old Fashion!
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Easy parking, great service, waited on immediately. Drinks, mojito and local beer were excellent and fairly priced. Flat bread pizza was very light and tasted great. Was busy but not crowded. Enjoyed all aspects of our dinner.
Don't even think about driving into Rockport and Camden at busy times - you won't find a parking space and may go hungry. Flatbread is on the main road, easy to find and easy to enjoy. They even made a half sized dessert for me...More
A great time with friends and family. A bit noisy with all the chatter of everyone but fun to see the enjoyment. We sat by the fire watching the pizzas cook, then totally enjoyed eating them! Even the gluten free pizza tasted real - pretty...More
We went for dinner. We shared the house salad, which included lettuces, shredded carrots, celery, sesame seeds and Maine seaweed. The pizza was excellent, but the toppings were a little sparse. While I really have no complaints about the food, I think the prices were...More
Neat clean barn restaurant with prompt courteous service. Had flat bread salad: fresh crisp ingredients with tasty dressing. Small flat bread pizza with just right amount of ingredients (chicken, black beans, corn,etc) plenty for husband and I. Pumpkin whoopie pie with chocolate ice cream a...More
Neat old barn, great fresh and creative ingredients, pleasant staff and good service. Tasty pizza and an exceptional value for pizza that uses local farm to table elements. Wood fired and crisp crust. Good beer selection too, you can beat this.
While visiting close friends in Camden we had the chance to stop by for lunch and were pleasantly surprised at the quality of food and service. The flatbread was cooked to perfection with crust and toppings as you've imagined in the best pizza parlors on...More
This was our first visit to Flatbreads and we will definitely be back. Normally I rarely eat the crust on pizza, but my husband and I devoured a large pizza. Every. Single. Piece. Vanished. We've never eaten a while le Pizza together l there's always...More
I'm a Chicagoan, so my expectations on what constitutes a great pizza are coded in my DNA. I avoided dining here because, in my mind, the words: flatbread and pizza did not belong in the same sentence. Recently, because of a charity event, I relented...More