Rockland, Maine, restaurant will offer online ordering, Wi-Fi in the store: I used to live about 10 minutes north of Rockland in the village of Camden, back when Kodak accidentally opened a multimillion dollar training facility for digital artists, photographers, and graphic designers. Halcyon days of youth and all that. (Don't get me started on why I describe this as an accidental opening.) The father of a good friend of mine in those days was the zoning officer in Rockland, so perhaps the code enforcement fellow cited is his successor.
In Maine, there are "cahnah stowahhs" all over the place. You know, cahnah stowahh? c-o-r-n-e-r s-t-o-r-e. Corners are important, but don't ask me why. You also always enter a Maine home through the back, the mud room, which leads into the kitchen. The front door is often invisible and stuff is piled against it inside. When I rented one apartment, I asked about the front door, and the landlord said, "Oh, yewah, its ovah theah, if you need to know wheahh it is fowh some reason."
Rockland is in mid-Coast Maine, which has the way-ahead-of-its-time Midcoast Internet Solutions ISP that started offering wireless Internet access using Breezecom (now Alvarion) equipment in, get this, 1997.