Dining & Groceries
Looking for snacks, a fine or fast meal, or fresh ingredients for dinner at home?
Downtown Norway has it all.
The variety of restaurants in the heart of downtown Norway serves everyone's pallete. Try Ari’s Pizza and Subs for delicious Italian food in a newly renovated restaurant and deck. Next door The Great Wall serves traditonal Chinese food with freshly prepared ingredients. Across the street Café Nomad emphasizes local ingredients with a gourmet flare for breakfast and lunch, great coffee espresso drinks, the best wine selection and free wifi. Just off Main Street, 76 Pleasant Street offers fine dining in an exquisite historic mansion.
Tuckers Music Pub and Internet Cafe offer live entertainment with Friiday Night Open Mic and bands on Saturday. Food wine, and beer round out your evenings. The Taste of Eden Vegan Café serves tasty, healthy food and sells a variety of vegan groceries. Down the street, The Trolley Restaurant and Pub offers pub fare and a good selection of draft beer. Summertime offers outdoor seating and ice cream. Boomer’s offers enjoyable meals and cocktails year-round and in the summer on a large deck overlooking picturesque Lake Penneseewassee.
On the outskirts of Norway, whether you’re a golfer or not, enjoy lunch amidst the majestic scenery of the Norway Country Club. After a day on the lake, stop by Woitko’s to enjoy fried clams, chowder, or ice cream and outside seating.
The Lake Store, Cumberland Farms, and Mallard Mart are convenience stores that offer groceries and “grab and go” deli items. Tim Hortons also offers a breakfast and lunch menu, and is open around the clock for coffee and pastries. Amato's on Fair Street offers famous Italian take-out and catering.Fare Share Co-op is the place for natural and organic foods, delicious soups, and a sunny spot to sit and relax. Local produce, dairy and meat products, and delicious baked goods are in season every Thursday in the summer at the Norway Farmers’ Market, located in the parking lot behind the Fare Share Co-op. The Winter Farmers’ Market at the Unitarian Church on Main Street opens regularly on Saturdays in the fall and 1st and 3rd Saturdays through the winter.