Miller’s Lobster Co. History

Miller’s Lobster Company is a family-owned restaurant located in the fishing village of Spruce Head along mid-coast Maine.  Our business was started thirty-six years ago when my father installed tanks on his wharf and began to sell the lobsters he caught.  As our family grew, so did Miller’s.  My brothers and I began lobstering alongside of Dad as soon as we had sense en

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Bill of Fare

Miller’s Lobster Company is a family-owned restaurant located in the fishing village of Spruce Head along mid-coast Maine. People come to Miller’s for its atmosphere and great food.  If you arrive for a late lunch you can enjoy watching the fishing boats tie up at our wharf to unload the day’s catch.  You can eavesdrop on the fishermen as they talk about their day at

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Come Visit Us

Thomaston: At the street light on Route 1 by the Henry Knox Museum turn right on to Route 131(River Rd). Travel approximately 4 miles. Turn left (East) on to Route 73 (Seal Harbor Rd) approximately 2.4 miles. Turn right on to Eagle Quarry Rd and drive to the end.

Rockland:  From downtown Rockland take Route 73 for approximately 9 miles turn left on to Eagle Quarry Rd and dr

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Miller’s Lobsters on Wheelers Bay, Maine

Miller’s Lobster Company is a family-owned restaurant located in the fishing village of Spruce Head along mid-coast Maine. People come to Miller’s for its atmosphere and great food.  If you arrive for a late lunch you can enjoy watching the fishing boats tie up at our wharf to unload the day’s catch.  You can eavesdrop on the fishermen as they talk about their day at sea and make preparations for tomorrow.  Evenings at Miller’s are more than lovely with the sun setting to the west and the water lapping under your feet.  Since we are surrounded on three sides by water, every table has an ocean view.  We like to call it “lobster in the rough.”

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Miller’s Lobsters on Wheelers Bay, Maine

Miller’s Lobster Company is a family-owned restaurant located in the fishing village of Spruce Head along mid-coast Maine. People come to Miller’s for its atmosphere and great food.  If you arrive for a late lunch you can enjoy watching the fishing boats tie up at our wharf to unload the day’s catch.  You can eavesdrop on the fishermen as they talk about their day at sea and make preparations for tomorrow.  Evenings at Miller’s are more than lovely with the sun setting to the west and the water lapping under your feet.  Since we are surrounded on three sides by water, every table has an ocean view.  We like to call it “lobster in the rough.”