DiMillo's On the Water
25 Long Wharf, Portland, ME

DiMillo's On the Water

25 Long Wharf
Portland, ME 04101
DiMillo's On the Water, Portland
25 Long Wharf
Portland, ME 04101

Maximum Capacity: 250 people
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DiMillo's is famous for the freshest seafood, choice cuts of beef and Italian fare. Our restaurant is a converted car ferry that originally ran between New Castle, Delaware, and Pennsville, New Jersey. In 1980, it was sold to our family and converted into a floating restaurant, one of the largest in America.

The restaurant rises and falls with the tide twice a day, and because it's surrounded by water, every table offers spectacular views from our dining rooms, function rooms, and outside decks.

Our outside decks are great spots to watch the sights and sounds of Portland harbor while enjoying a meal or cocktail. When you're visiting Portland, be sure to stop at DiMillo's on Long Wharf and experience the romance of Maine's waterfront.
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DiMillo's On the Water, Portland

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DiMillo's On the Water, PortlandDiMillo's On the Water, PortlandDiMillo's On the Water, PortlandDiMillo's On the Water, Portland — In December 1982, DiMillo's Floating Restaurant opened her doors and became the only floating restaurant on the upper East Coast.DiMillo's On the Water, Portland — Tony DiMillo opened his first restaurant, "Anthony's" in 1954 on Fore Street where he coined the slogan, "The clams you eat here today slept last night in Casco Bay." In 1965, Tony opened "DiMillo's on the Waterfront," just across the street from where it sits now. DiMillo's quickly became one of Portland's most popular restaurants, as people came from all over the country to sample DiMillo's famous lobster dinners. In 1978, Tony purchased the dilapidated Long Wharf, built "DiMillo's Marina," and quickly filled all 120 slips. 
Today, Tony's wife, sisters and sons continue to maintain the high standards he established over 40 years ago. There is always a DiMillo on board.DiMillo's On the Water, Portland — DiMillo's Floating Restaurant is one of the largest such restaurants in the country, with an overall length of 206 feet, and a beam of 65 feet. We are able to seat over 600 guests in our First Deck Dining Room, Port Side Lounge, Second Deck Dining Rooms and three Outside Decks.DiMillo's On the Water, PortlandDiMillo's On the Water, Portland
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Port BowPhotos Available
Private Dining Room Max Capacity: 120 people
Port Bow, DiMillo's On the Water, Portland

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Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 10 per
Capacity: 80 People
Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 80 People
Reception
Capacity: 120 People
Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Wet Bar
Port RoomPhotos Available
Private Dining Room Max Capacity: 120 people
Starboard BowPhotos Available
Private Dining Room Max Capacity: 70 people
Starboard RoomPhotos Available
Private Dining Room Max Capacity: 35 people
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