Page at 63 Main is a favorite spot of ours for late lunch. We especially love their Happy Hour menu, available Monday-Friday from 4-6pm. During that hour, we sit at their booths with circular white tables in the front of the bar area and enjoy P.E.I. Mussels ($17) and Spicy Buffalo Wings ($10). This was our first time dining here for brunch and we choose to sit in the back room where their Aquaponic Garden is with the natural sunlight streaming through the room’s windows and skylights. It is just like sitting in a private home’s conservatory and is an excellent way to start off the morning.
The beautiful flowers in the front of Page really draw you in. They always do such a lovely job of maintaining their flower boxes outside, and hold true to that dapper interior atmosphere. The restaurant was about half full when we arrived and we were luckily able to fit the carriage next to the table. There were some other children around Sarah’s age with their families who were all very well behaved. Sarah even met some new friends during our brunch hour.
For brunch to drink, I had their mojito, which was refreshing and not too sweet. For our entrees, we ordered the Wild Mushroom Omelet: Organic wild mushrooms, cheddar cheese, fresh herbs, home fries, petite salad ($17); Lump Crab Cake Benedict: toasted English muffin, poached eggs, Hollandaise sauce, home fries, petite salad ($22); and (not on their brunch menu, but available during that hour) “Main Street Meats blend” 8oz Burger: Brioche bun, lettuce, tomato & pickle with a side of hand-cut fries ($16) with added American cheese (+$1).
My Lump Cake Benedict was so tasty and so perfect for filling me up for the morning. Since it took a bit of time to receive our meals, we decided to eat at a slow pace. I ate one perfectly poached egg then the second one with the half of the toasted English muffin a half hour later. We took our time to relax and enjoy the peaceful morning. The Omelet was another great choice and was filled with earthy mushrooms. The burger was cooked perfectly and the hand-cut fries were a gratifying compliment. The prices are high for brunch and the service this time around was adequate, but it is a great place to stop in after or before a quaint harbor stroll.
We didn’t have dessert this time around but the photos above were from an earlier visit during the spring of their apple tart and sticky toffee date cake. This is a great spot to come to for just dessert if you so choose.
Be sure to sign up for ‘Page Perks‘, where one subscribed member (by email) will win a dinner for two every other week that is valued at $100. Page at 63 Main is open seven days a week, Monday thru Saturday from 11:30am until 10pm and on Sunday from 11am until 10pm. For more information, please visit http://www.page63main.com