As promised, this is the last in my series of posts from York in Maine. Obviously, being in the “Vacation State” means lunch has to have a big red clawed creature or at least its meat. So there we were at Fox’s Lobster House, feasting on Shrimp Scampi and Lobster Roll. We waited a bit to be seated next to the big bay windows so we could have a view of the ocean and the Nubble . Most of the tables had plates of fried seafood and ice-cold drinks.
The food was good but, not unlike the Lobster Shack in Cape Elizabeth, the main hook of the place was the location. Like houses, restaurants also thrive by the golden rule – location, location, location.