A good place for popovers (the best we had on MDI) after a walk around the Pond, with nice views back over the Pond.
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We arrived about 1:30 on a Saturday. Parking lots (both main and remote) were FULL - and so a line of drivers simply circles until they get lucky. Try to call your spouse who is dropped off and getting on the list - not going...More
Overlooking Jordan Pond in the Acadia National Park sits this rustic restaurant, founded in the 1870s. The restaurant is know for their popovers, which are good, but pricey. . .$2.50, served with butter and strawberry jam. I asked for and received blueberry jam instead. I...More
We stopped here for popovers and drinks this past Memorial Day weekend, having first visited over Memorial Day weekend 2015. The staff are friendly and the service was pretty good considering how busy it was. The popovers and drinks were great but not surprisingly, a...More
The food was average, the service was acceptable. The view was spectacular. One thing you must have are the popovers, which are quite good.
Being one of the most popular spots in this area, the start of the experience can be a hassle. It is worth it! We were able to arrive as a "walk-in" for an early lunch. The menu is great with lots of choices typical of...More
We were grateful this restaurant was here, especially after we did the 3-mile hike around the pond! We only had about a 15-minute wait for a table and then eagerly consumed the restaurant's famous popovers to start off with. I had the buffalo meatloaf sandwich...More
I visited on a rainy, blustery, cold day but I still enjoyed popovers with a view. I was seated indoors near the window but not far from a roaring fire in the fireplace. I had a bowl of the Jordan Pond House lobster stew and...More
Arrived on an early season sunny day on Memorial Day weekend. We wanted an early dinner and our Pennsylvania friends were hankering for a bowl of lobster stew and a popover. There was a 45-minute wait but we got our table in about 30 minutes....More