Thursday April 17th 2014

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Two new books spotlight Maine’s food scene

Two new books spotlight Maine's food scene

Authors of the From Away and The Blueberry Files blogs are now published authors. Their books, coming out next month, spotlight the fabulous diversity of food and drink in Maine.[...]

Patio season: 57 outdoor decks to drink in the sun

Patio season: 57 outdoor decks to drink in the sun

Feel that? It's called the sun. It's nice, isn't it? Take advantage of the rays and warm weather and have your drink outside on one of the sweet decks at these Maine bars and restaurants, because cock[...]

Lobster shack season: 20 authentic places to eat Maine seafood

Lobster shack season: 20 authentic places to eat Maine seafood

A quintessential sign that the long Maine winter has finally come to an end is the reemergence of lobster shacks, to the delight of locals and visitors alike.[...]

From Lola to Lolita: Restaurateurs make a fresh start on Munjoy Hill

From Lola to Lolita: Restaurateurs make a fresh start on Munjoy Hill

Guy and Stella Hernandez, together with their partner, Neil Reiter, share the vision for their new restaurant Lolita, opening mid-May on Munjoy Hill.[...]

MOOMobile coming to an outdoor venue near you

MOOMobile coming to an outdoor venue near you

New food truck will offer shakes, "ice cream creations" and other dairy treats made with Maine's Own Organic Milk.[...]

Maine's best beer bars

10 great places to drink local

Ebenezer's Pub, Novare Res and The Great Lost Bear are regularly ranked among the top beer bars in the nation. But Mainers know they are not the only brew-centric restaurants and bars worthy of attention.

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Food and drink tours

Explore Portland with the pros

Whether you’re a visitor, a new resident or a long-timer looking to learn something new about Portland’s stellar food and drink scene, there’s a tour to show you the way.

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