Buck's Restaurant can be found at the end of a granite walkway lined with edible herbs in the small oceanfront town of Brooksville. We’re only a stone’s throw away from picturesque Buck’s Harbor and just across the road from historic Condon’s Garage, made famous by Robert McCloskey’s beloved children’s book “One Morning in Maine.” We’re also directly adjacent to the Buck’s Harbor Market—under common ownership—which has been the center of community life for over 75 years.
At Buck's Restaurant, our goal is to combine fine dining with friendly, observant service in a casual setting. Our menu features inventive dishes made with freshly caught seafood, premium meats and locally grown produce. Many of our dishes are gluten-free, and tasty vegetarian options are always available. For shellfish lovers, we offer a raw bar stocked with oysters and clams harvested from the cold, pristine waters of Penobscot Bay.
Buck’s also features a well-curated and moderately priced selection of wines, along with a separate Connoisseur’s Collection of very special bottles that are rarely found on restaurant wine lists. Our sommelier will be happy to assist with wine pairings. We’re also proud of our signature cocktails, made with top-shelf spirits, freshly squeezed juices and mixers that never come out of a gun. And to round out your meal, we offer espresso, cappuccino and an extensive assortment of teas.
The acclaimed architect Mies van der Rohe was fond of saying “God is in the details.” Buck’s doesn’t profess to be operating under Divine guidance, but we do make every effort to get your dining experience exactly right.