Gluten-Free Goodies in Maine

A few weekends ago, Ross and I had the pleasure of joining my mom and taking an adventure to Maine in search of seafood and ice cream.

The number one goal of our trip was to get a gluten-free lobster roll, with just butter rather than mayo. My second priority was to enjoy some gluten-free fried seafood as well if possible.Gluten-Free Goodies in Maine | Ross and Jamie Adventure

We began the trip heading to Mack’s Place in Bridgton, Maine, about two hours north and an hour or so west of Portland. Their gluten-free options are truly extensive, and everything from their lobster roll to their whole belly clams and fries was extremely delicious. Their staff was attentive and informative and everything was affordable too!Gluten-Free Goodies in Maine | Ross and Jamie AdventureGluten-Free Goodies in Maine | Ross and Jamie Adventure

After a wonderful meal, we continued the beautiful and scenic ride to Portland, where we walked by the ocean, shopped a bit, got ice cream at Mt. Desert Island and topped it all off with a visit to Seadog Brewery for a drink or (in my case) a delicious gluten-free flourless chocolate dessert.Gluten-Free Goodies in Maine | Ross and Jamie AdventureGluten-Free Goodies in Maine | Ross and Jamie Adventure

We so enjoyed spending time with my mom and exploring New Hampshire and Maine together. We had some delicious food and drink, but the company really made it.

Seafood in Maine: Check!

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