Three Tides

★★★☆☆
  • 40 Marshall Wharf

    Belfast, ME 04915

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  • 207-338-1707

About Three Tides

Hours
Sat 11am-4pm

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After dining here for several years, my wife and I were appalled at the owner's blatant rudeness to a sweet couple that were sitting near us. We had heard of David's poor behavior toward his customers before, but had never witnessed it... until this evening. It was embarrasing to witness and even more galling to watch him laugh with his staff after he completely dishonored himself and his restaurant by his dispicable display of anger. Even though it was not directed at us, we will never bring our business to 3 Tides again, nor will we recommend it to friends, as we have over the years. There are too many other options in the area that are run by more professional and appreciative owners.

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★☆☆☆☆

After dining here for several years, my wife and I were appalled at the owner's blatant rudeness to a sweet couple that were sitting near us. We had heard of David's poor behavior toward his customers before, but had never witnessed it... until this evening. It was embarrasing to witness and even more galling to watch him laugh with his staff after he completely dishonored himself and his restaurant by his dispicable display of anger. Even though it was not directed at us, we will never bring our business to 3 Tides again, nor will we recommend it to friends, as we have over the years. There are too many other options in the area that are run by more professional and appreciative owners.

Pros: Funky atmosphere

Cons: Rude and belligerent owner/manager

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Awesome location! Three Tides was recommended to us by a local Belfaster. Prime harbor real estate (at #2 Pinchy Lane) complete with a wooden gangway, strings of lights wrapped in vintage lamp shades, and a large canvas canopy. Great microbrews. We supped on tasty pemaquid oysters and FABULOUS lobster. Need I say more?

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★★★★★

Awesome location! Three Tides was recommended to us by a local Belfaster. Prime harbor real estate (at #2 Pinchy Lane) complete with a wooden gangway, strings of lights wrapped in vintage lamp shades, and a large canvas canopy. Great microbrews. We supped on tasty pemaquid oysters and FABULOUS lobster. Need I say more?

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Travelling through Maine in January, 2008 and saw a great poster for a DJ night of British, Jamaican, and American Ska music at a bar called Three Tides. Called the bar and got great info on location, food service, bar and what to wear. Arrived and have to say that the atmosphere and quality of food, drinks and service were a surprise to see in the middle of Maine. And the music was great with a huge turnout of all age ranges dancing and enjoying themselves....in January! This place has been here for four years, just started making their own beer next door at the Mashall Wharf Brewing Company, and this is their slow time of year. My partner and I drank four of the five beers and danced and met quite a few very cool locals. If we come back to Maine I'll definitely make Belfast and specifically Three TIdes a place to visit again. ( a lot of the customers that night said that they like the fact that this place is " undiscovered " and that they feel like it is their own place, except during the height of the summer ) Pros: Cool concrete bartop with NO advertising, mirrors, posters, neon, etc in your face. A huge outdoor deck for the summer and a dock for their own lobstermen. Dim lighting and candles, and metal bathrooms! Cons: If you don't know it is here, well you will never find it except by accident. Off the beaten path on the harbor of this waterfront town. Closed on Sundays in the winter and Mondays year round. also they didn't take my Am Ex card......We love to find places like this, especially while on vacation.

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★★★★★

Travelling through Maine in January, 2008 and saw a great poster for a DJ night of British, Jamaican, and American Ska music at a bar called Three Tides. Called the bar and got great info on location, food service, bar and what to wear. Arrived and have to say that the atmosphere and quality of food, drinks and service were a surprise to see in the middle of Maine. And the music was great with a huge turnout of all age ranges dancing and enjoying themselves....in January! This place has been here for four years, just started making their own beer next door at the Mashall Wharf Brewing Company, and this is their slow time of year. My partner and I drank four of the five beers and danced and met quite a few very cool locals. If we come back to Maine I'll definitely make Belfast and specifically Three TIdes a place to visit again. ( a lot of the customers that night said that they like the fact that this place is " undiscovered " and that they feel like it is their own place, except during the height of the summer ) Pros: Cool concrete bartop with NO advertising, mirrors, posters, neon, etc in your face. A huge outdoor deck for the summer and a dock for their own lobstermen. Dim lighting and candles, and metal bathrooms! Cons: If you don't know it is here, well you will never find it except by accident. Off the beaten path on the harbor of this waterfront town. Closed on Sundays in the winter and Mondays year round. also they didn't take my Am Ex card......We love to find places like this, especially while on vacation.

Pros: ambience, knowledge of service, attention to detail, NO advertising

Cons: out of the way location, no am ex cards

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This place looked really cool the first time we saw it, but it was closed atthe time.
We came back and were not pleased with the unfriendly staff and poor level of serivce we recieved. This was a shame as this restaurant could have a lot of potential. Our waitress and the bar tender were extremely rude and unpleaant. I cannot reccomend this restaurant.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place looked really cool the first time we saw it, but it was closed atthe time.
We came back and were not pleased with the unfriendly staff and poor level of serivce we recieved. This was a shame as this restaurant could have a lot of potential. Our waitress and the bar tender were extremely rude and unpleaant. I cannot reccomend this restaurant.

Pros: great location

Cons: arrogant and unfriendly employees

 

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