Food & Drink

Mountainside Dining


Whether you’re posted up at the picnic tables outside Sneaky Pete’s, grabbing a quick bite from The Market Café, or upstairs in the pub enjoying some après-ski cocktails and delicious bites, our food and drink options are as great as our views.


Local Eats in Rangeley


Rangeley might be a small town, but you’d never know it from the diversity of great dining options. Whether you’re looking to linger over a multi-course meal, relax over a couple pints with friends, or just grab a quick bite on your way to the hill, Rangeley’s got you covered. Check out the Rangeley Lakes Region Chamber's online dining guide for more options in Rangeley, Oquossoc and beyond.

The Pub

Join us for lunch, brunch, dinner, cocktails and craft beers surrounded by some of the best views of the Western Maine mountains. We've got a NEW summer menu with big flavors, the largest lobster roll in town and tons of gluten-free items. Cheers!

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Sneaky Pete's Bar

Closed for the 22/23 season! During the winter season, Sneaky Pete's is a great spot to sneak on over for true slope-side après. After some turns, grab a beverage and a snack - this little cabin is as cute as can be, plus did we mention we have waffles? Yum!

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The Market

Closed for the 22/23 season! The Market at Saddleback is open during the winter season, daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop in for a bite hot off the grill, warm up with fresh chili and chowder or check out our daily rotating specials such as freshly made salads and sandwiches.

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Sarge's Sports Pub & Grub

Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere at this local watering hole right on Main Street in downtown Rangeley. Come for their massive burgers, hot wings, nachos and steak bombs - stay for the great local company.

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The Corner Bar & Kitchen

On the corner of Main Street and Pond Street is a local gem known for it's creative cocktails and small plates. Enjoy chef specials like a daily spin on deviled eggs. Walk to this somewhat secret spot - as the locals say, see you on the corner!

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Classic Provisions

Stop in for breakfast & lunch, local market finds, fresh baked goods, delicious prepared foods and a fantastic selection of beverages in both alcoholic and nonalcoholic varieties. Located right on Main Street across from Sarge's.

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Parkside & Main

Parkside & Main has been serving up pub-style classics like fish & chips, juicy burgers, homemade stews and chowders for many years. Situated right by Rangeley Town Park, the restaurant offers a back deck overlooking the lake.

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Loon Lodge Inn & Restaurant

From fine dining to pub fare, the Loon Lodge offers a unique dining experience complete with spectacular sunsets and views of Rangeley Lake.

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Moose Alley

Whether you're looking to bowl a few rounds and enjoy some apps or sit down for a hearty brunch, Moose Alley has so much to offer. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner with a full bar and a café area where you can get a giant latte, espresso, smoothies and bakery items. Enjoy the cozy chairs around their indoor firepit.

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Furbish Brew House & Eats

Try out a micro-brew beer, tasty apps and mains. Enjoy views of Rangeley Lake while you dine from their outdoor patio area. Furbish Brewhouse & Eats is not to be missed when visiting Rangeley!

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Portage Tap House

Check out Portage Tap House for local beers on tap, a full bar with seasonal cocktails and signature beverages. Portage feels like a hip Portland spot in the village of Oquossoc, Maine.

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Bald Mountain Camps

Along the shore of Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Bald Mountain Camps is a historic sporting camp and renowned dining location, serving up sunset cocktails, bar snacks and apps, as well as full fine dining. It's a true gem in Oquossoc.

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