Reservations are advised at this popular Acadia National park restaurant, home of to its world renowned tea and popovers.This landmark first opened in the 1870s, and has since been beautifully rebuilt after the 1979 fire. Having beautiful dining rooms overlooking Jordan pond and Acadia mountains. Outdoor dining is available and recommended. The Jordan Pond House is also least crowded at dinner time, as most of the restaurant goers stop here for lunch. Dinner entrees consist of prime rib,fresh fish, and baked scallops. Dinner entrees $15-24.