Special Menu – Maine Lobster Week 2021

Maine Lobster Week 2021 at The Kennebunk Inn

Join us for a celebration of All Things Lobster as we celebrate Maine Lobster Week 2021!

Maine Lobster Week runs from September 19th through September 25th, 2021. The Tavern at The Kennebunk Inn is featuring a special, fixed-price, three course lobster dinner on Thursday, September 23rd, Friday, September 24th, and Saturday, September 25th, 2021. 

Kennebunk Maine Lobster Week Specials

Our Exclusive Maine Lobster Week Dinner menu features:

First Course: Epic Bloody Mary

Academe's Epic Lobster Bloody Mary

Academe’s Epic Lobster Bloody Mary

More than just a cocktail, our Epic Bloody Mary is hand-crafted from Academe’s artisanal Bloody Mary Mix  and Tito’s Handmade Vodka.  Your drink is accompanied by a Lobster Roll Slider, Pickled Veggies, Olives, and Brian’s Parmesan Tater Tots.  (If you can’t make it to The Kennebunk Inn for Maine Lobster Week, you can grab the Epic Bloody Mary Recipe here at the link.)

Second Course: Our Signature Maine Lobster Pot Pie

Academe's Famous Maine Lobster Pot Pie

Academe’s Famous Maine Lobster Pot Pie

Featured on The Food Network’s Best Thing I Ever Ate, Academe’s Signature Dish is made with Poached Lobster including tail, knuckle and claw meat, Peas, Corn, Potatoes and Shanna’s Hand-Rolled Puff Pastry.

Third Course: Lobster Corn Croquettes

Lobster Corn Croquettes

Lobster Corn Croquettes

A perfect beginning to the fall season! Corn Bisque-filled with Lobster Meat and Fresh Corn, Breaded and Fried. Paired with Fava Bean, Roasted Red Pepper and Corn Relish with Sherry Vinaigrette.


The 3 Course Lobster Dinner is available for $65 per person. Not a lobster person? Feel free choose from our regular menu while you join your lobster-loving friends and family.

Reservations are highly recommended. You can make your dinner reservations here.

 

 

About The Kennebunk Inn

The Kennebunk Inn and its restaurant, The Tavern are located in the heart of downtown Kennebunk Village. The Inn has been welcoming travelers for more than two centuries.