By far, our favorite date night in the summer involves a quick trip over to Cape Elizabeth for dinner at The Well, followed by a visit out to Kettle Cove to watch the sunset. (On nights that we don’t happen to indulge in one of the tasty desserts at The Well, we’ll even complete the evening with an ice cream cone from the Kettle Cove Ice Cream.)
As we began thinking about dinner after work one evening last week we realized that the weather was too perfect not to enjoy our little date night in Cape Elizabeth, so we ditched the quinoa salad we planned on preparing, grabbed a bottle of rose from the fridge, and jumped in the car with Orvis. Thankfully, we got to The Well just in time to snag the last available picnic table for awhile. Although we’ve been to The Well three other times this summer, this was our first visit of the season with Orvis and per usual, he settled in quite nicely and made friends with all of the other families dining outside at the picnic tables.
After our fantastic meal, we took the scenic route to Kettle Cove, where we spent the remainder of the evening on a blanket with Orvis watching the sun go down. Kettle Cove is one of the very first places we visited when we moved to Maine seven years ago and we think it’s just as beautiful and special all these years later. Living so close to places like The Well and Kettle Cove are two of the reasons we love living where we do.
All photos by Meredith Perdue for Map & Menu.
4 thoughts on “Date Night in Cape Elizabeth”
That’s my kind of date night! How fun!
Every summer I have going to The Well for dinner on the top of my to-do list and I have still never been!! We go to the farm all the time during the the summer for produce during the day. After seeing these pictures and reading your rave reviews, I need to make it happen before the summer is over!
xo Nan – Simply Elegant Blog
This is just the most fabulous of date nights…I love everything about it and have no doubt that Orvis was a wondeful Lab Ambassador…the appreciation that you both have for the little but big things in life is infectious!