Well, there's a first time for everything! I've NEVER been to Ogunquit, Maine and our good friend, Chris, who turned (OK... it was a big birthday) yesterday, celebrated the milestone in this adorable seaside town.
In short, it was 24 hours filled with songs, sightseeing and more than a few cocktails.
We stayed at the Milestone Inn, which was a few miles outside the main drag, but we took a trolley (for $2 pp!) to the center, but not before filling up with nachos and apps at The BeachFire restaurant. Then we stayed on the trolley for a quick town tour. A big shout out to our driver, Ken, who told us where to go for breakfast the next day and sites to see around the area.
The BEST part of the day was going to the Front Porch's upstairs piano bar. Get in line before 5 so you can get a seat. This place gets busy QUICK.
Singer Michelle Currie was amazing and sang for THREE hours straight. I've never seen a group of people happier. I cannot recommend it enough.
The next day, we headed straight for The Greenery, where we had perfect (and much-needed) Bloody Marys and breakfast. We took a walk around the scenic Marginal Way (parking costs about $10 but it's worth it.)
We ended up at The Anchorage By the Sea's new Surf Point 360 restaurant, which offers 360 views of the water and town. A perfect place to end a perfect weekend!