To get to Beck's Land and Sea House, you take an interesting ride through the country a few miles above Bath but it is worth the trip. If you're sick of the same old run of the mill restaurants and you want something where you'll truly enjoy dining and your dinner, this is the place.
I get there quarter to seven and it's a big parking lot and there's only one parking spot left so I immediately thought wow this place must be good. I met Cheryl Beck who tells me about the history of the building from the early 1800's and all the changes over the years and all the improvements they've made. I also got to talk to her dad, Willard, and had dinner with two WAEB fans, Jim and Robin. Even though I'm not an adventurous eater, I thought I'd try their special- Bacon and Braised Fennel Halibut which came with a green bean salad and potatoes, called yukon gold potatos. It was a really a delicious meal, the way they seasoned the fish was really great stuff. The people I ate with loved their entrees.
I decided for an appetizer I'd get something more basic so I got chicken wings, and regardless of whether it was a basic appetizer or something as interesting as the halibut special, the food was outstanding. They grow all of their own herbs they use and soon they'll be using all their own vegetables from their garden to use in the restaurant. Definitely recommended, it's casual dress and you can have a casual meal but for people that really want to have a nice dining experience and really taste the food then this is a destination.