If you want romance and to also save on fuel, then this restaurant is calling your name from the mountain tops! To go to this specific restaurant, hidden, in the mountains of Sugarloaf, you'll have to be sure to fill up your snowcat with fuel before departing. Yes, that's right. You cannot travel to this restaurant by car, train, or bus. Your options are to ski-in, take a groomer, or snowmobile.

The restaurant is called Bullwinkles and the candlelit dining affair is an astonishing adventure that you surely want to experience. The restaurant sits 3,000 feet atop of Bucksaw chairlift and was originally opened during the 1996-'97 ski season, according to an article by The Maine Mag.

Opening in December, they will offer yummy delights and a romantical ambiance that will force you into relaxation after a fun-filled day on the slopes.

I am a big fan, of unique experiences and distinctive memories that I can share. Going on a date or with a bunch of friends to a spot that you can only access via snowcat is makes you feel, VIP and influential. As if you have a secret "in" on something that not many people know about. It's pretty much just like a Real Housewives of New York vacation site, where Ramona Singer would probably fall off the snowmobile and then get drunk on the house wine while flirting with the waiters. You know, Ramona.

Bullwinkles represents the individual essence of winter dining experiences and it's a must-go if you're heading up to Sugarloaf for a day of asking. You can also have lunch there!

Fuel up your snowcat and enjoy an unforgettable night 3,000 above sea level.

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