Set in a 200-year-old stone farmhouse, Bolete strikes the ideal balance between upscale and homey, offering a fine-dining experience that’s free of pretension. The restaurant is divided into an elegant dining room and a more low-key tavern. Bolete makes everything in-house, including its sauces, pastas, and stocks. They even butcher and smoke their own meats. The menu in both the restaurant and tavern changes daily to feature the freshest possible ingredients, but be sure to try the Maine lobster roll if it’s available. This dish features lobster salad, crème fraîche, and pickled shallots, served on a house-made roll alongside house-made chips.