The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. ~St. Augustine

Jordan’s Pond, Acadia National Park, MDI, Maine. January 14, 2007

Filed under: Acadia National Park,Maine,Mount Desert Island — tara @ 3:35 pm

outside seating at Jordan Pond House Restaurant

"the bubbles" ~ view from grassy hill

Jordan’s Pond is located inside Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island, Maine. There IS a pond, but to me the most important part of Jordan’s Pond is the restaraunt. It is crazy wonderful. I always choose to sit on the lawn, weather permitting. The restaraunt has indoor seating but on the grassy hills outside there are seats o’ plenty and the view is incredible. Sitting at a table on the lawn eating popovers, watching my son run crazy all over the hillside. What could be better?
As for the menu. I havent had anything that wasnt great, however, occasionally I will hear my husband whispering in his sleep about the lobster bisque. Okay, slight exaggeration, but let me tell you, get the lobster bisque. cup or bowl, just get it. (caution: could cause loud moaning, and flailing of arms….)
After you eat at least a dozen popovers, sit and enjoy the view of the “bubbles”, then mozy and I do mean mozy (after a full meal anything else would be suicide) down the path just past the grassy hill. It leads to a secret bridge over a pond. Stunning….
Jeeze, now I’m all riled up wanting a popover.

"secret bridge" on path just down from the grassy hill


4 Responses to “Jordan’s Pond, Acadia National Park, MDI, Maine.”

  1. Annie McCall Says:

    Do you ever send popovers out of state? I have a friend who summers on MDI and I would love to surprise her with popovers (she is currently going through a difficult medical procedure).

    I would appreciate a response even if it’s a “no.”

    Thank you,

  2. faith Says:

    you need to travel somewhere so you can write again!!

  3. Jake Says:

    Love these pictures! I hope to get to Maine next year. Post some more pics!

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