This delicious new seafood restaurant offers fresh, made to order Maine seafood, some served with a mouthwatering twist! A lovely, relaxing atmosphere, great views, and local friendly service!
"Zac Leeman is coming full circle.
As a 13-year-old, he washed dishes in the iconic restaurant at the Bailey Island end of the Cribstone Bridge.
Fast forward 25 years and Zac, with a couple of decades of culinary experience under his toque, is returning to the same Bailey Island restaurant where he worked as a kid. This time, he and his wife, Khristine, will be running the place.
The Leemans plan to open Sundrenched in mid-May. Most folks, though, will call it “Cribstone” or “Crib,” said Zac. For 11 years, Kathy and Sheldon Morse managed the restaurant that has been around for decades. Morse’s Cribstone Grill closed permanently last August.
“Zac brings some really unique skill sets and we’re excited to help a local native come back,” said Realtor Rob Williams, who has owned the building for 14 years. “I used to work for (Zac’s) great-grandfather in high school as a scuba diver doing some anchor and propeller work.” - The Harpswell Anchor By: Connie Sage Conner is a retired editor of The Virginian-Pilot. A Harpswell resident, she serves on the Harpswell News Board of Directors.