Founded by a fisher and formerly a bustling seaport along the Androscoggin River, Brunswick's local restaurants stay true to the town's coastal tradition. Casual seafood shacks and seasonal restaurants serve New England classics, including lobster rolls and clam chowder. As the home of a diverse and nationally acclaimed college, Brunswick also offers international cuisine. Your options include an Asian fusion spot for something creative, and Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese restaurants for traditional pan-Asian cuisine. Being a college town, you will also have no trouble finding cafés and bistros for a sandwich and a cup of coffee or an espresso shot. If you're feeling nostalgic, stop in at a diner reminiscent of the 1950s era, and enjoy a milkshake and French fries.