45 North

Located in the lobby of the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel, 45 North is the resort's newest restaurant and features some of the finest fare at the resort. Dishes focus on modern Maine food and locally-sourced, chef inspired specials. Breakfast and dinner served daily, reservations accepted. 

Phone: 207.237.4220

The Shipyard Brewhaus

The Shipyard Brewhaus in the Sugarloaf Inn serves traditional Maine seafood fare with a creative flare. The casual pub and living room decorated with ski memorabilia is a great place to relax by the fireside, play pool or watch the game on the widescreen plasma TV. Open nightly, until 10pm.

Open Saturday and Sunday of Homecoming Weekend. Kitchen 12-9pm; Bar 12-Close. 

Phone: 207.237.6834 (bar) 207-237-2395 (pizza delivery) 207.237.6958 (office)


The Widowmaker Lounge

During the winter, the Widowmaker Lounge at the top of the Sugarloaf Base Lodge is the sunny hub of the apres ski scene and a hot spot for night owls. Featuring a full bar with 16 beers on tap, and live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights, the Widowmaker is a rite of passage for any Loafer!

The Widowmaker is now closed for the 2015/16 season. 

Phone: 207.237.6845


Located in Village West, Gepetto's is Sugarloaf's one-stop shop dining experience perfect for the whole family, thanks to their expansive menu. A mini-arcade downstairs makes this an easy decision for the kids, while parents can enjoy the full bar and martini menu upstairs.

Gepetto's is now closed for the 2015/16 season. 

Phone: 207.237.2192


Located at the top of the Windrow Trail, Sugarloaf's on-mountain restaurant has ski in, ski out convenience that can't be beat! Sit down and enjoy an American-style menu in the Bullwinkles Bistro, or grab a hot cocoa, quick snack, or lunch from the cafeteria while you warm up next to the fireplace.

Bullwinkles is now closed for the 2015/16 season. 

Bull Moose Bakery & Cafe

Hot and hearty meals including gourmet soups, stews, salads and hot entrees. Delicious sweet treats great for the entire family. Located at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center in the new lodge.

Phone: 207.237.6830

Sugarloaf Sports and Fitness Cafe

Casual atmosphere at the Sugarloaf Sports and Fitness Center featuring pizza, quesadillas, wraps, soups and more. Eat-in or take-out. Breakfast food too! Breakfast pizza, egg sandwiches, muffins, juice, coffee, plus more. Open daily from 7:00 am - 7:00 pm. 

The Sugarloaf Sports & Fitness Center is now closed for the 2015/16 winter season. Summer operation will resume on June 9, 2016. 

Phone: 207.237.6946

Food Truck Alley

Located on the Beach, Food Truck Alley is the home to Grammy's Grilled Cheese and the Stray Dog, two food trucks from the greater Bangor area. Stroll on over to check out these two fine establishments, and grab a bite to eat with a great view of the mountain.

Base Lodge

Narrow Gauge Food Court / Cant Dog Express / Urban Sugar Cafe 

The Base Lodge offers convenient food options to help you fuel up upon arrival, or while taking a break from the slopes during the middle of the day. 

The Bag & Kettle

Ever-popular to the point of legendary, "The Bag" boasts big burgers, world famous soups (try the Cheeseburger Soup) and boot-stomping entertainment. Make sure to try The Bag's famous Bag Burger - ranked "Best Burger" by Skiing Magazine in the mags 08/09 Resort Awards.

Phone: 207.237.2451


Every day on the hill starts right at D'Ellie's. Made-to-order bagels, hearty breakfast sandwiches, locally roasted coffee and fresh baked pastries. Make sure to swing back in for lunch and try one of D'Ellies mega sandwiches made with their very own fresh baked bread and loaded with the freshest ingredients. Daily soup selection available as well.

Phone: 207.237.2490

Java Joe's

Try Equal Exchange coffees and other delicacies at Joe's, our funky coffee shop on Main Street in the Village. Great place to catch up with friends and fuel up before heading back out on the hill.

Phone: 207.237.3330

Black Diamond Burritos

Next to the Sugarloaf Board Room and open during the winter months, Black Diamond Burritos spices up mountain life. The ideal place to grab a quick lunch during a day of skiing and riding. Friendly staff and the best view of the mountain. Bring your appetite - all burritos and bowls are cooked-to-order and made using the freshest ingredients.

Phone: 207.237.2065

The Rack

The Rack, located at the bottom of the Access Road, is a great place to enjoy the local apres scene. Serving a full menu complete with hearty favorites including seafood, pasta, homemade sauces, desserts and the areas best BBQ ribs and steaks. A great hot spot at night with live music and entertainment.

Phone:  207.237.2211