Fresh haddock sandwiches, clam fritters, and seafood chowder all grace the menu at Fish n Skips. These fresh, flaky selections supply a taste of the nearby ocean, while a side of fries or onion rings adds a salty crunch. The shop also serves steak sandwiches, burgers, and loaded pizzas.
The Chicago Dogs crew prepares a menu of American comfort fare from all-beef hot dogs and local ingredients. The eatery’s signature Chicago dog ($2.89) earned accolades from the readers of the Portland Press Herald for its use of authentic ingredients, including celery salt, sport peppers, and housemade relish chopped with a Chicago bus pass. Diners can also select one of nine other dogs, such as the chili-cheese dog ($3.29) or the vegetarian soy dog ($1.99). A six-wing combo ($7.93) positions wing sentinels atop a mountain of hand-cut fries, and a large cheesesteak ($6.79) alternates layers of thinly sliced roast beef with onions, green peppers, and a sprinkle of cheddar-jack cheese. Chicago Dogs also vends a number of soft drinks ($1.95/16-oz.) and crafts five milkshake flavors, including chocolate, strawberry, and orange creamsicle ($3.99).
Most people think of pizza as a strictly Italian food, but the chefs at Ocean Pizza take inspiration from cuisines around the world. Mexican pizzas eschew toppings like pepperoni and sausage in favor of salsa and sour cream, while Greek pizzas come loaded with feta cheese, olives, and fresh spinach. Other specialty pies offer up bites of sweet and sour chicken, pastrami, or chicken cordon bleu, while a create-your-own pizza option invites diners to get creative with toppings like eggplant, sun dried tomatoes, and cashews. Aside from pizza, the shop serves foot-long cold or hot sub sandwiches loaded with toppings like meatballs and chicken tenders, along with full Italian dinners like linguine alfredo and eggplant parmesan.
Owner Geoff Houghton transformed an abandoned 1830s mill into a bustling pub on Factory Island, a place dominated for centuries by the iron and sawmill industries. Today, the only things milling there are Houghton's handcrafted beers, which flow from The Run of the Mill's 14 barrels straight into the bar's taps. These lagers, ambers, and cask-conditioned ales complement classic pub meals of wings, crab cakes, and burgers. The Run of the Mill also organizes a Mug Club, which awards guests who drink 300 of its beers in one year with a handmade ceramic mug, an official hat or T-shirt, and a heartfelt, bar-top eulogy to all the fallen hops.
With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine maneuvering and your muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
Yellowfin's is a casual fine dining restaurant located in the quaint, oceanside community of Ocean Park, Maine. (Old Orchard Beach)
Guests enjoy a casual atmosphere with seating for up to 80 guests. Join us for an unforgettable dining experience!
Call 934-1100 for reservations.