Greenville is a town in Piscataquis County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,646 at the 2010 census. The town is centered on the lower end of Moosehead Lake, the largest body of fresh water in the state. Greenville is the historic gateway to the north country and a center for outdoor recreation in the area. Greenville High School, with 89 students, was ranked as the third best high school in Maine and one of the top 1,000 in the US in 2010.
Things to do in Greenville
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Two story white building located in Downtown Greenville, across the street from beautiful Moosehead Lake. Small family owned and operated restaurant. Featuring a large menu, full bar, craft beer and a large wine menu. We specialize in fresh baked and fried seafood, Ray's Famous Prime Rib, home made spaghetti sauce, Vegan Spaghetti sauce, hand cut steaks, chicken fingers, soups, chowder, crispy salads and desserts. We have a lighter side menu for people with smaller appetites and a children's menu for kids 10 and under.
We were a party of four this past Saturday night and arrived at the restaurant around 7pm, we were seated promptly and then introduced to our server /owner Karen.
Let the party begin!! She was a hoot. We enjoyed a beautiful prime rib dinner with homemade mashed potatoes and gravy. Super cocktails. Great local warm feel and lots of laughs with Karen. She made a birthday evening so special !
Can't wait to visit them again.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Had lunch at the Cafe Crepe. It is a cute little food truck, decorated with flowers and tables out front to eat at. The proprietor was a friendly lady from France who knows how to make crepes! She serves breakfast, lunch, and dessert crepes. Very tasty and a nice change from other food available in Greenville.
4.5 based on 297 reviews
My husband and I ate breakfast at 5am before our moose Safari! We had the October special...pumpkin french toast...homemade raisin bread dipped in pumpkin batter! So yummy! We also split a bacon & cheese omelet. As promised we returned after our canoe ride for more good hot coffee and a "grilled" blueberry muffin. Came back this morning and split a "grilled" apple crisp muffin, oatmeal with fresh blueberries, vanilla yogurt with fresh blueberries, strawberries and homemade granola AND banana bread French toast! Restaurant was full, service prompt and always with a smile! LOVE THIS PLACE...wish Aunty M's was in Richmond, Va!
4 based on 424 reviews
Nice, casual atmosphere. The food was good, the prices were reasonable and the service was quick and courteous. Everything you could ask for, as far as I'm concerned.
5 based on 68 reviews
Where better to gather for a fanciful summer evening dinner? With soaring views of Moosehead Lake, the inn offers award winning cuisine paired with a feast for the eyes. Decidedly fresh menus feature a bounty of produce from the inn's gardens and local farmers. Cocktails served in the sophisticated lounge are enjoyed on the verhanda overlooking the lake. As the area's restaurant of choice, there is often a waiting list for tables so call quickly!
There is no dress code, but this feels very elegant even if you're wearing your jeans. Beautiful views of Moosehead Lake. The food was very good, and there was a lot of it, 6 courses if you include the sorbet. Nicely prepared and presented. Decent wine list. Service was very friendly. Enjoyable evening.
4 based on 253 reviews
We went for the broasted chicken and were not disappointed. The chicken dinner is enough food for two people and actually quite a bargain. I thought the chicken was slightly overcooked but it was still fabulous and had great flavor.
The informal atmosphere is pretty much backwoods redneck and a true Maine experience.
Service was great and the staff were a lot of fun.
4 based on 285 reviews
We were taking the scenic cruise on Moosehead Lake and Kelley's was pointed out as a great place to eat.
At the end of the cruise on the Katahdin, we drove around the lake, under the railroad bridge, to Kelly's.
We had haddock cakes and sweet potato fries. Very good.
Views of Moosehead are beautiful. Residents of the lake islands will drive their boats to tie up at Kelly's for a meal.
Dirt bumpy parking, wouldn't be great in the rain. Lots of room for RVs.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
My husband and I wanted to grab a quick bite after our moose tour, and Jamo's Pizza hit the spot. More of a convenience store with a take-out pizza counter than a sit-down pizzeria, we enjoyed our meal before we hit the road. They had an ample selection of beverages and grocery items, too. We only had the pizza, but we heard the freshly homemade pita bread sandwiches were great, as well.
5 based on 12 reviews
This place has the ABSOLUTE best homemade scones and donuts! The coffee is equally as amazing and staff are super friendly!! A must stop for anyone traveling the North woods of Maine!
4.5 based on 36 reviews
We spent our anniversary evening at the Greenville Inn. We could not be more pleased. We were delighted with the location, accommodations, food and welcoming personality of the hosts. Both dinners were interesting and outstanding. The wine list was very good as well. The atmosphere was romantic but not too stuffy. Highly recommended.
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