DINING & NIGHTLIFE
Take a break from the hustle and bustle and relax in style at 45 North - serving breakfast and dinner daily. Enjoy custom crafted cocktails and local beers in our welcoming pub, or sample our Chef driven menu featuring fresh, locally sourced ingredients creatively prepared to highlight the best of Maine's harvest.
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.
Phone: 207.237.6834 (bar) 207-237-2395 (pizza delivery) 207.237.6958 (office)
Sun, Mon: 7:00am - 9:00pm (Sunday Brunch from 10 - 2)
Tues, Wed, Thur: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Fri, Sat: 7:00am - 10:00pm
*Hours are subject to change without notice and will change depending on mountain conditions, etc.
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 Saturday nights, the Widowmaker is a rite of passage for any Loafer!
From the same crew that brought Nosh, Slab, and other Portland favorites to life, Hunker Down is the newest addition to the Village. Now open for lunch and dinner.
Featuring sustainably raised meats done to perfection and crave-worthy comfort food, their menu is packed with just what you'll want after a day on the slopes. Think Alpine Fonduta big enough to feed a hungry crew, and perfect cuts of meat delivered to your table on a sizzling hot river rock. They'll round out the menu with an impressive poutine selection, and the chef's personal favorite- a cheeseburger done to perfection.
Around the corner, the sidebar will be home to Wax On Wax Off, a Karate Kid-themed sushi bar. Translation: relax, have fun, and enjoy a burrito-sized nori roll with a side of 80's flashbacks. Both Hunker Down and Wax On Wax Off will have a full bar and a great beer selection, featuring some of Maine's best breweries, like Bissell Brothers. They'll be open for lunch and dinner this winter.
Sugarloaf's on-mountain restaurant has ski in/ski out convenience and a view that can't be beat. Located at the top of Windrow Trail, it's easy to swing in for a break and get right back out on the slopes. 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.
At night, Bullwinkle's transforms...
Spring Hours: April 16th - April 22nd
Concessions: Closed for the season
Bistro 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Bullwinkle's at Night: Closed for the season
Experience a multi-course mountain top tasting with Bullwinkle's at Night. Arrive by passenger snow cat to a secluded mountain restaurant, where a candlelit culinary journey awaits. Each event features a multi-course chef's tasting menu inspired by cuisines around the world, and carefully paired with wine, beer, or spirits. Choose your night and book early, as seating is limited. Call 1-800-THE-LOAF to reserve now.
Sugarloaf Sports and Fitness Cafe
The Cafe at the Sports & Fitness Center offers breakfast sandwiches, coffee, pizza, wraps, salads, snacks, and soup; even a great selection of beer and wine.Takeout is available. (207)237-6946.
Hours: Open daily, year-round. May through November: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm. November 17th through the winter season: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
Food Truck Alley
Located on the Beach, Food Truck Alley is the home to to an ever-changing assortment of Maine's best mobile cuisine all winter. This year, warm up with fries, gravy, and cheese curds courtesy of Maine's Poutine Truck, Pinky D's.
Check back soon for more food trucks scheduled this winter.
Located between Double Runner and SuperQuad. Serving hot Belgian waffles original style, or with melted semi-sweet dark Belgian chocolate on top. Stop by for a fresh hot waffle and beverage. Open daily 8am-4pm.
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 day.
Narrow Gauge Food Court
Spring hours starting April 16th:
Open daily 7:00am - 10:00am
Lunch will be served outside on The Beach daily, as weather permits.
Conveniently located in the Sugarloaf Base Lodge, a quick lunch in our cafeteria is an easy way to refuel and get back on the slopes, offering a wide variety of options sure to satisfy all folks in the crew. Grab some hot cocoa or coffee, a wrap, special made pasta dishes, or a hearty cup of soup to relax before heading back outside.
Cant Dog Express
Located inside the King Pine Room in the Base Lodge, Cant Dog is your easy, on-the-go snack option. Grab granola bars, chips, coffee, drinks and get back on the lift in no time.
Open daily starting December 16th: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Urban Sugar Cafe
Hot and fresh bite-sized gourmet donuts, made to order. Find us in our new home in the Sugarloaf Base Lodge (or just follow your nose!) Open during winter season only.
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.
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.
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. Open for the season as of Friday, November 17th.
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.
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. Open year-round.