The Arborvine gives sleepy Blue Hill a top-flight eatery in a beautifully renovated Cape Cod–style house. The restaurant’s interior is warm and inviting, with rough-hewn timbers, polished wooden floors, and a cozy bar area. The intriguing main courses change nightly but might feature haddock Niçoise, broiled Stonington halibut with grilled polenta, roast duckling with apple-ginger compote, gallettes of Maine crab and shrimp, or a locally raised and wood-fired Cornish game hen. Yummy desserts could include a Grand Marnier–spiked chocolate mousse; chocolate cake with raspberry ganache; a lemon mousse napoleon; a gingery vanilla crème brûlée; or a Bartlett pear in puff pastry sided with macadamia nut-flavored cream, pomegranate sauce, and a bit of cinnamon ice cream. Arborvine is a family affair, with the owners’ son running Deep Water brew pub in an adjacent barn, serving pints and oysters.