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Havana has been committed to serving local and organic meats, produce and seafood since it opened 20 years ago. All of our meats are “naturally raised” meaning no steroids, antibiotics or hormones and “humanely raised” meaning room to roam, proper shelter and gentle handling.
An absolute best spot to fine dining on the island. You can choose between fancier Havana or more casual and laid back Havana Perilla (sister restaurant next door) for open kitchen view and "people watching". Thier Mojito's are the best!
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“Local owned, local to Hall Quarry actually. Amazing owners, hip vibe, delicious food and visit their sister company Thrive Juice Bar. ”
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“Thuya Garden is a gorgeous flowering garden located on a granite hillside overlooking Northeast Harbor on Mount Desert Island, Maine. It was originally designed and built in 1956 - 1961 by Charles K. Savage, a long-time resident of Northeast Harbor, along with financial support from John D. Rockefeller. The garden exhibits an English style influence with special input from Beatrix Farrand so that it will incorporate the unique character of the Maine coast. A variety of annuals and perennials line the two long sides of the garden. An open observation pavilion sits at the top of a slight incline on the north end overlooking the main garden that cascades down to a shallow reflecting pool below. Thuya Lodge was constructed from 1912 - 1916 by summer resident Joseph H. Curtis, its owner and Boston based landscape architect. The garden was constructed in an orchard also owned by Curtis. A memorial in his honor is located part way up the Asticou Terrace Trail. Thuya got its name from the abundance of white cedar (Thuya Occidentalis) located in the area.”
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“Want fried haddock or shrimp with fries, this is the place. Take out or sit inside. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.”
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“Right down the end of Fernald Point Road. . Takes only about 12 minutes to get to the top. Fantastic views. Have your Acadia National Park pass visable in your car. Easy hike but with a few rocks to scramble over a bit, near the top; not difficult.”
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