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Primo Restaurant
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73 2 Northome Cove Rd Rockland, ME 04841
73, 2 Northome Cove RoadUSMaineRockland04841
$$$Restaurant, BarToday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:00 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:00 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:00 – 9:30 pmSunday 5:00 – 9:30 pm
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Upscale eatery with a variety of intimate spaces draws acclaim for its ambitious Italian dishes.- Google
"Let me qualify my 3 star rating by saying Primo has great food."
"I love the informal atmosphere of the bar."
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Chris Reynolds
a month ago
Enjoyed the food, but the service... 9:30 Reservation. We requested a taxi to be called at the end of the meal. A long time passed. We were then informed that we had to wait outside for our taxi, as the restaurant was closing. At first I thought it was a joke, but our server was serious. Too bad I had already left the tip! While outside, swatting mesquitos in the dark, I simply laughed at the whole situation. Will not be back.
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John DeWitt
11 months ago
Brought my wife here as a surprise a few years back. It's been an annual trek for us ever since. Staff is very chill and we really like the upstairs laid back vibe. Food is absolutely next level. Highest recommendations. :)
Robert Andrews
a year ago
My husband and I went to Primo's on 10/4/2013, it was our 49th anniversary. We were in the area for a few days and saw the write-up on line and decided to try it. What a TREAT!! The food was the best we have had in years! The service team was wonderful. We did not have a a reservation and were seated upstairs. The old victorian home is done as it should be done, it has retained all of it's old charm. The menu has so many wonderful choices it was very hard to decide. Our choices were the best. I think no matter what you order, it will be great. As full as we were, we ordered the dessert that has one of each of their choices, we finished it all!! Also, our waitress brought us a special dessert with "Happy Anniversay 49th! All in all a wonderful evening. Thanks to the waitstaff!!! Maryann
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Myles C. Hatch
2 years ago
Great restaurant. You can't go wrong! The chef just won the James Beard award for best chef in New England. You need a reservation unless you go to the upstairs, but make sure you get there early, before the doors open, if you want the upstairs. It fills up fast!..especially in July & August.
Serena Creech
a month ago
we went on our lunch hour, 2 people out of 6 had to have their food boxed because it wasnt completed in our hour time frame (makes NO sense as one was a salad). The server mixed up bills and payments for the table. FINALLY the manager could of cared less! It was disappointing. It does no good to have 4 star food and prices with 2 star service!!!
Michele Schoellkopf
a year ago
Exceeded expectations! We waited months for our reservation and planned a long weekend around this dinner which did not disappoint. The service was impeccable and the dining was unlike any other. The combination of fresh foods from the garden with the local catch made for new delightful experiences we cant wait to come back for. The little town of Rockland is very fortunate. Make room for dessert - the choices are impossible and you cant go wrong but if on the menu a must try is the Affogato or crème brule popover.
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Travis Jorge
11 months ago
Great restaurant food is amazing. Wait staff is very friendly. Everything i had was great.
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Charlie Sauter-Hunsberger
a year ago
Let me qualify my 3 star rating by saying Primo has great food. No doubt. The mid-grade rating has nothing to do with the quality of their food but everything to do with the atmosphere we experienced. According to their website, they have great ethos and I love that they grow and harvest a lot of their own food. But instead of making that their selling point, they put on very pretentious airs and didn't mention what or where their food came from a single time during our dinner, except when we asked about one of the dishes. My other complaint is that the restaurant was so dark that we couldn't see the food we were eating, and in fact had to use the flashlights on our phone to read the menu, and then later to help the server filet one of our friends fish. If we're ever back in Rockland, we may go back, but it will be during daylight hours when we can actually see what we're eating, and hopefully have time to tour their farm.
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