Governor's Restaurant and Bakery
356 Main Street, Waterville, ME

Governor's Restaurant and Bakery

356 Main Street
Waterville, ME 04901
Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville
356 Main Street
Waterville, ME 04901

Maximum Capacity: 215 people
Availability
Whether you're hungry for succulent seafood or a fresh and tasty buffalo chicken salad...
Whether you're craving a big, juicy burger or feel like going Italian... Even when you feel like breakfast for dinner... There's only one place that has it all and makes it great — Governor's!

Planning your wedding reception? Organizing a class reunion? Come to Governor's! We make every event special, whether you're planning a wine and hors d'oeuvres retirement celebration, a build-your-own buffet anniversary party, or a full-course sit-down dinner.

Planning a training session? Holding a sales meeting? Come to Governor's! Whether you need breakfast muffins and a mid-morning snack or a full-course buffet, we'll have everything ready and waiting for you -- and it will all be delicious. We also have great rooms and a professional staff, who'll make sure everything runs smoothly. So remember, next time you need meeting space, come to Governor's in Waterville
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Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville — At Governor's, we make all our cookies, cakes, pies and pastries fresh everyday in very our own bakeries. Don't miss what's baking this month... YUM!

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Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville — At Governor's, we make all our cookies, cakes, pies and pastries fresh everyday in very our own bakeries. 

Don't miss what's baking this month... YUM!Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville — At Governor's Restaurant, we make all our bread, rolls, cookies, cakes, pies and pastries fresh everyday in very our own bakeries. YUM!Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville — Feel like something sweet and scrumptious? Click on our dessert menu to check out our yummy sundaes and to find out what's baking fresh at Governor's!Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, Waterville — Ever wonder how Governor's got its name? Well, here's the story… In 1960, Leith and Donna Wadleigh opened a small ice cream stand they called Creemee's. The ice cream was great, but even the best ice cream couldn't bring people out during the long Maine winters. So, the Wadleighs decided to open a full-service restaurant they could keep open all year round. The new restaurant served the best burgers in town and a soon-to-be-famous strawberry pie. But it needed a new name. The Wadleighs thought and thought, but nothing seemed quite right. Then one day, Leith realized the perfect name had been clear all along. 

"Hi ya, Governor!" he'd say as he greeted his customers everyday. Why not name the restaurant in honor of everyone who sat at their tables? So, they did — and eating at Governor's Restaurant was on its way to becoming a Maine tradition.
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3/8/2012

"Great Conference Setting", An Eventective User from Central Maine
The food was great and plentiful. The staff as great to work with. The room was set at a good temperature. All in all, we will be back!!
Event Spaces
Cabinet Room
General Event Space Max Capacity: 25 people 320 sq ft 29.7 sq meter
Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 25 People
Features
  • Audio Visual: Portable Equipment
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in feet: 15 x 21
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in meters: 4.572 x 6.4008
  • Special Features: Phone line available
  • Total Square Feet: 320
  • Total Square Meters: 29.7
Capitol Room
General Event Space Max Capacity: 70 people 900 sq ft 83.6 sq meter
Governor's Ballroom
Ballroom Max Capacity: 120 people 1800 sq ft 167.2 sq meter
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