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The Lakeshore House

The Lakeshore House is a small family-friendly restaurant on Lake Hebron in the heart of Monson, Maine, about 15 minutes south of Greenville and Moosehead Lake. Our restaurant and pub offer eclectic fair from traditional pub food to higher-end items such as escargot or ribeye steaks. We also offer varying specials daily and a full bar. When the weather is cooperative, we offer outdoor lakeside seating. Upstairs, we rent out three hostel-style rooms (shared bathroom(s)) available year-round to AT hikers, snowmobilers, hunters, and any folks who wish to stay with us. Formerly run by Rebekah Anderson, couple Nick Fusco and Erin Miller picked up the torch in February 2021 and are helping make the humble town of Monson glow. We aim to draw people to our wonderful small community with a fun, friendly atmosphere.

  • Address 9 Tenney Hill Rd
    Monson, Maine 04464
  • Phone 207–997–7069
  • Website thelakeshorehouse.com
  • Payments Accepted Credit Cards, cash, gift cards
  • Hours Open year-round Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 11:30am to 8pm Fridays and Saturdays: 11:30am to 9pm Sundays: 11:30am to 8pm Closed Mondays Bar is open later most nights. From Mid-June to Labor Day, we are open an hour later.
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