Milbridge does it have too many places to get a bite, but this one has done a good job of hiding from those who are "from away." If you want a good meal or a good whoopie pie (two fudgy chocolate cookies with cream between) stop in to this place. It is easy to miss if your GPS is taking you up the coast toward Lubec on Route 1. Instead ignore your electronic guide's direction and turn right onto US 1A in Milbridge. This place will be just on your right as you turn onto US1A. They do not take credit or debit. The post office is further down this street in case you want to mail a couple of post cards.
Unfortunately, this restaurant is no longer in business. It did not open for the 2015 season.
Had the haddock burger, very tasty Friendly staff. Small and out of the way and appears to be a place frequented by the locals.
Josh's place is a favorite roadside shack of mine. They offer a range of really good deep fried food from wings to chicken burgers. They also offer a range of hamburgers. The star of their menu is their 2 for $15 (as of 2015) lobster rolls. The rolls were all well toasted (we ordered 4), lined with lettuce, then loaded up with a fresh mix of lobster and mayo. The lobster was not polluted with celery or onion, just mayo and fresh lobster. Additionally the lobster and mayo was mixed moments before being loaded into the toasted bun. needless to say, it was awesome. For dessert they offer a variety of ice cream, which is also tasty. As far as roadside shacks go, I have to say I've never had anything bad at Joshy's.
Joshy's is a typical roadside take out stand offering burgers, ice cream, and seafood standards, Recently they have been offering two lobster rolls for $15. It's ok but bit the best. Clam rolls are pretty good as well. On a recent visit, it was packed with locals and long-distance travelers.
Roadside shack with typical menu for area- lobster rolls for quite cheap. Amazing ice cream selection and good sundaes! Also has wifi for the traveller. Bathroom is an outhouse so plan accordingly...