Restaurant in Ogunquit, Maine

East Coast, Beaches

Ogunquit is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The summer resort’s name means „beautiful place by the sea”, it could be your ideal Work and Travel destination!

Location: Ogunquit, ME
Employer: Restaurant
Start Date: June 15th 2015
End Date: September 30th 2015
Hours: 30-40 hours per week
Job: busser/ food runner/ ice cream scooper
Pay: busser – $4/h + tips, ice cream scooper – $9/ h
Housing Info: Provided. $120/ month
Nearest Social Security Office: 110 Main St Saco ME 04072
Employer Comments: Participants have to be hardworking and team players, they need to have a good level of English.

It offers almost everything to almost everyone as perhaps nowhere else in the country can: the finest stretch of pristine beach whose glistening white sand flows wide and long; a picturesque small harbor, with its fishing and pleasure boats moving easily at their quiet moorings and crowned by a unique draw-footbridge; the quaint New England flavor of the Village Center with its countless restaurants, art galleries, gift shops, inns, hotels and guesthouses; awesome views of high waves crashing against rocks, and soothing views of gentle waters easing up onto clean white sand; kayaking, paddle-boarding and fine golf courses nearby; the Ogunquit Playhouse, movie theaters and small repertory companies; boat rides, either for sightseeing or for trapping Maine’s famous lobster or for fishing in the deep dark sea; the exceptionally stirring and exhilarating Marginal Way footpath which winds along a craggy promontory shadowing the vast Atlantic for a sandpiper’s view of the famed rocky coast of Maine. Over the past 100 years, this attractive seaside village has evolved without losing any of its charisma or endearing quaintness.

When you see the powdery stretch of white sand curving into a backdrop of rugged cliffs, you’ll understand why Ogunquit has been drawing admirers for so many years. This site called “beautiful place by the sea” is suitably named, and the bountiful beach is a special treasure in Maine whose rockbound coastline yields few such vast, open places.