Chef Rick Hirsch
Photo Gallery of the Damariscotta River Grill in Damariscott, Maine
You Can Get There From Here:

Getting to Damariscotta, ME

From the South:
Take 95 North to Maine. Once in Maine, follow 95 North to 295 North. Get off 295 North at Exit 28 (Brunswick) Pick up Route 1 in Brunswick and follow for about 25 miles to Wiscasset, the gateway New England community to the Damariscotta Region. From Wiscasset, stay on Route 1 North for another 8 miles and then take a left on to Route 1 Bypass into Damariscotta and Newcastle Villages. From there you can access 130 to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and many of our wonderful coastal communities.

From the North:
Take 95 South to Augusta, Exit 112. From the Exit, take a left on to 27 East. Follow Route 27 until it intersects with Route 1 in Wiscasset (25 miles) the gateway community to the Damariscotta Region. Take a left onto Route 1 North for another 8 miles and then take a left on to Route 1 Bypass into Damariscotta and Newcastle Villages. From there you can access 130 to New Englands Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and many of our wonderful New England coastal communities
Damariscotta River Grill
Damariscotta , Maine

Ok, this might not be "on" the ocean, but this highly regarded, welcoming restaurant is located in the heart of Damariscotta.  This New England restaurant features locally grown oysters from the Damariscotta River, and an outstanding and innovative menu.  A midcoast Maine favorite of locals and visiting celebs alike.  The Grill is known for its very popular wine dinners, as well as for the  Maine artists' work it regularly exhibits.  The restaurant and Chef/Owner Rick Hirsch have been featured in Port City Life, Maine Today, Portland magazine, Nation's Restaurant News, and on Tonia's Kitchen Radio Show and now New England Fine Living.