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Whiteclover

Classic Charm. Warm Service. Shimmering Ocean Views.

Pier to plate, meadow to fork.

 

At Whiteclover, our signature restaurant, we celebrate the simple, the honest and the local. We celebrate quiet moments and laughter-filled hours. Newly-forged marriages and reborn kinships. Small gestures that cause just a ripple. And grand ones that will never be forgotten.

A love of what surrounds us is Whiteclover’s inspiration—the ocean depths, the farm fields tilled by generations, signature flavors like lobsters and blueberries made wondrous in the hands of chefs, bakers and local purveyors preserving authentic foods.

Seasonal menus seize the best of the hour to craft culinary “oceanside memories made in Maine.”

 

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Dinner Menu

Starts & Shares

colossal shrimp

roasted garlic, arugula, grit fritter, green chili

burrata

truffle honey, mint charred sourdough

venison carpaccio

venison, shishito peppers, watermelon radish

sea bass crudo

harbor weed, cucumber, cured egg yolk, olive oil, garden herbs

salt cod cake

black garlic, marmalade, pea tendrils

oysters half shell (6)

carbonated mignonette, scotch bonnet, horseradish

 

Salads & Soups

gem ceaser

parmesan tuille, traditional dressing

field greens

pickled blueberries, carrot curls, shallots, blueberry vinaigrette

root salad

heirloom carrots, beets, radish, celeriac, sweet onion vinaigrette

chowder

pinkham’s clams, house bacon, spi herbs

popcorn bisque

lobster cream, corn, capsaicin infusion

 

Maine Events

scallops

seared, asparagus tips, black truffle risotto

lobster

grilled, charred onion, red potato, herbed corn

sole

pea puree, burnt butter sauce, new carrots

squid ink pasta

roasted octopus, sauce romesco, chives

steak delmonico

boneless, foraged oyster mushroom, sauce bordelaise, downeast potatoes

flat iron steak

asparagus, bearnaise sauce, grilled sweet potato

ravioli

kale, pine nuts, basil

 

We are proud to partner with the following Maine farms and producers:

Morning Dew Farm, Bowden Egg Farm, Boothbay Craft Brewery, Cellardoor Winery, Split Rock Distilling, Glidden Point Oysters, Pemaquid Mussel Farms, North Spore Mushrooms, Hootenanny Bread, Ebenecook Oysters, Backyard Farms, Olivia’s Garden, Tarbox Farm, Bradbury Mountain Berry Farm, Coastal Root Bitters, Pineland Farms, Maine Craft Distilling, Coffee By Design.

Reservations: 

To best serve you, reservations are suggested. Please call 207-633-4152. 

For parties of 9 or more guests, please call ahead.

Dress Code:

Spruce Point Inn asks that guests refrain from wearing pool wear or athletic wear to Whiteclover.

Children:

Age 8 years and above are welcomed to dine at Whiteclover with their families. We ask that children also adhere to the dress code.

As always, from July 4 to Labor Day, if you’d prefer an ‘adults-only’ dinner, we welcome your children aged 5 to 12 for “Kids’ Night Out” in the Lighthouse Recreation Hall, where they enjoy a movie, games and pizza under the supervision of the Camp Lighthouse educational staff. 

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