We stayed for one night in Cumberland over the summer, and Puccini Restaurant was recommended to us by the innkeeper at The Bruce House Inn. It proved to have a delicious menu served by friendly staff, and aside from the screaming kid in our section, we had no complaints. It had a pretty ample amount of space and it’s in a fairly remote area, so I don’t think reservations are necessary, but it can’t hurt to call ahead to check on the wait times. If you have an extra few minutes, check out The Arts Place, located a few doors down from the restaurant. The shop features handmade wares from local artists, and we found several beautiful, unique ceramic pieces for our home there.
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