I know it’s been awhile since I’ve been back from Maine, but I couldn’t leave out a post about the Lobster Shack at Two Lights in Cape Elizabeth, ME. I especially couldn’t leave it out since my pictures from the place still have me craving the food (not to brag). With a gorgeous view and an extensive seafood menu it was the epitome of the perfect lobster shack.
During my hour visit, there was a continuous line. We had to wait about twenty minutes for our number to be called for some fried clams and lobster rolls. The outdoor seating and 70 degree weather made the wait seem much shorter.
The second I opened the doors to get into the shack there is a employee asking what you want eat.
Luckily there was a menu outside the shack so there was no need to feel frazzled upon entering.
Even with all the food listed above, the “homemade desserts” portion seems a little vague. Walk inside and you’ll instantly get a look at their tempting (and gigantic) sugary treats.
I somehow managed to pass on the dessert, although as I stare at that picture I’m regretting my decision. Nonetheless, I should look back on the delicious food that was had during my visit to Two Lights.
Fresh lobster and fried clams were placed alongside homemade coleslaw and crinkle fries. When looking for seafood in a picturesque setting it doesn’t get much better than Two Lights.