My boyfriend decided to spend a long weekend in Maine. We drove about twelve hours to get there and stopped at the Village to have lunch when we arrived. I ordered clams and after returning to our hotel, I was violently ill for the remainder of the day. Quite a disappointment being that we drove such a far distance for only three short days. After I recovered we spent some time talking to locals, all of which were not suprised to hear that I had become sick after eating at the Village. It seems that even the locals steer slear of this place. Unless you feel like wasting a day of your trip, avoid this restaraunt.
I just read the other (another) review that was not favorable. I have frequented this place from time to time for years and never had a bad experience. It's not particularly notable for anything except that they serve good food, and are located right on Camden Harbor with a killer view from the window tables along the back. It's just a 'nice family restaurant'. Prices are reasonable. The service has always been very good. If you want more upscale fare, you go down the street to the Waterfront Restaurant and pay considerably more for a similar view! I wouldn't write this place off.
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