Where to Order The Highest Quality Lobster Online

Town & Country •  June 8, 2021

With temperatures rising and summer on the horizon, it's time to start thinking about your lobster order again. Do you prefer your lobsters steamed, boiled, or grilled? When you order a lobster roll, do you go Connecticut style (with hot and buttered lobster meat) or Maine style (served cold, and the lobster meat tossed with mayonnaise and celery)?

9 Dog-Friendly Vacations for 2021

Cosmopolitan •  June 15, 2021

This small island town right next to Acadia National Park is a must if you like lobstah and the outdoors. There are so many trails for your pup to enjoy AND so many outdoor restaurants on the water for relaxing afterward. If you're in the mood for some truly iconique lobster rolls, pop by Beal's Lobster Pier, an island staple. In fact, the Bar Harbor tourism board is out here fully begging you to bring your dog. There's no excuse!

The Best Places to Order Seafood Online

Town&Country •  February 19, 2021

Nowadays we're lucky enough to enjoy having some of the world's best seafood purveyors right that the tips of our wifi connections, no matter where you happen to call home. As they say, there are plenty of fish in the sea, and these are the best shops to call on to get them all delivered directly to your door.

7 Reasons Bar Harbor, Maine, Should Be Your Family’s Next Vacation (Plus, The Town You Should Visit Along The Way)

Forbes •  September 1, 2020

Bar Harbor has long since been a draw for tourists. From the mid-1800s and right through the 1930s, it was a summer haven for the rich and famous, attracting the Astors, Fords, Morgans, Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, and Carnegies. Today, it’s a vacation destination for everyone, especially families. The town is located on Mt. Desert Island, and the world-famous Acadia National Park is a short drive away. Here, why you should choose this destination for your family’s next vacation.

These Are the Best Lobster Rolls in Maine

GQ •  August 8, 2017

There is, effectively, no lobster roll that is not a Maine lobster roll. Connecticut may lay claim to a style of this seafood-shack favorite—served warm and doused in butter—but as warming water pushes lobstering up into the far northern stretches of New England, the only place where you can eat a roll in close proximity to where the lobster was actually caught (which, let’s be real, is the optimum dining setting) is on the coast of Vacationland.