"Bintliff is the name of a former owner of this eclectic and versatile restaurant I believe. It is a welcomed challenge to remember the name and spelling because you will be rewarded with both amazing food.and charming ambiance. Re-purposed Roman columns, barn doors and large decorative windows,sans glass complement the comfy leather booths of various styles as well as the regular dining tables.Be certain to bring a camera so while you wait in the "parlor" you can take turns posing on the Victorian furniture, especially the "throne" Both the wine and beer selections were extensive and the menu offered many beef selections to include "Wellington" w/duxelle wrapped in a puff pastry w/Bordelaise sauce. The hearty Italian bread is baked here daily has a wonderful "chew". Altho a butter blend was served olive oil w/herbs quickly appeared upon my request. After bread, wine and a demi Caesar salad I was not certain that I could eat the baked swordfish w/fresh bruschetta however I managed as it was thick, moist, tasty and cooked to perfection..The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and seemed to enjoy being there...sometimes unusual after a busy tourist season.. This excellent experience is not to be missed, well worth the trip up the Maine coast...we shall return soon for their famous brunch."
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