The Pub at our Castine bed and breakfast is open to the public, Tuesday through Saturday, 5-9pm, and inn guests, every evening of the week. Serving craft cocktails, local beers, remarkable wines, and small plates featuring the best of local ingredients from the farms and waters that surround us. And in the 2023 Season, we are proud to resume full supper service featuring excellent Maine entrées. The restaurant closes for the season on Saturday, October 21. View our Menu.
Join us for our acclaimed Castine, Maine Pub & Supper Service.
Reserve a cozy spot in one of our candlelit intimate first floor rooms—the eclectic pub is our personal favorite—or on a warm summer evening there is a table for you on the porch. Featuring a menu of unique wines from the Willamette Valley of Oregon to the Loire Valley of France and even Hungary, each wine is the perfect pairing to an evening out in Castine—and we haven’t even gotten started on our craft cocktails, highlighting local Maine ingredients and even herbs from our own garden. Add on our signature Maine-centric dishes, and you’ve got a supper experience that you’ll only find in Castine.
Reservations are recommended as we do get busy—call us at 207-326-8616 to reserve your table today.
The Pentagöet is also available for private parties and local suppers. Special events, wine tastings, and wine dinners will be posted on our Instagram & Facebook pages as they are scheduled during the season.
Jazz on the Porch
Once again there will be a jazz trio on the porch 5-8pm on Tuesdays, July through September. Join us at this weekly event for drink specials, delectable small plates, and remarkable music.
Wine Bar Reviews
“Great meals, grand visages in Castine, Maine”
“The Pentagöet is one of the livelier spots after dark in Castine, a wonderfully uncluttered town perched on Penobscot Bay. Both nights of our stay, the bar was crowded and the dining room filled to capacity. We snagged an 8 p.m. reservation for dinner on Saturday, the last available for a late-in-the-day request. We were glad to have gotten it. Breakfast was another lovely meal”
Entering into the Pentagöet lobby, you’ll see a Dickensian lantern and a mysterious set of wrought-iron gates. Walking through, you’ll step into the world of Mister’s Pub. Furnished with antiques, Malaysian rattan, empire sofas and slowly turning ceiling fans, it’s a room that celebrates storytelling and adventure… not to mention our inn mascot, our mini schnauzer. It fits well in a town whose colorful history is rich with political upheaval, foreign intrigue, and a love for all living things.
The pub is the perfect place to start your evening with a glass of wine or one of our signature cocktails—make sure to ask for the weekly feature! There is an extensive wine list, local beers, and exotic specialty cocktails. The pub has several tables for enjoying plates from our supper service and perhaps a “wee dram.” You’ll find yourself wanting to while the hours away.
The Pentagoet, and specifically The Pub, was recently featured in the Maine Magazine article “Castine by Pentagoet”. The article’s author Sandy Lang writes, “I’ve long been intrigued by the Pentagoet and, particularly, its appealing first-floor pub.” Read the whole story at Maine Magazine.