These unfussy recipes will help you embrace the season in your kitchen and al fresco
Traveling by boat to a waterfront restaurant is one of the pleasures of living in a state with thousands of miles of coastline. Here are some of Maine’s most popular destinations that offer both memorable food and drink for you and accommodations for your vessel.
Little Village Bistro brings fine food and fresh energy to a historic midcoast community
With house-made ingredients and his own recipes, Mat Garofalo creates seasonal cocktails that match the farm-to-table fare at Kennebunk’s 50 Local
Monte’s Fine Foods continues the Quattrucci family’s Portland legacy
Nourish yourself and support Maine's vital food economy
Cabbage Island Clambakes continues a Maine summer tradition on Linekin Bay
Three of Strong Spirits in Portland transports visitors to a summer state of mind with its classic and inventive rum cocktails
What is it about a round bread with a hole in the middle that makes people so opinionated? Some swear you can’t get a decent bagel outside of New York City, while others are partial to the sweeter, less-dense Montreal style. No doubt there are places in this country where good bagels of any stripe don’t exist, but thankfully, Maine is not one of them.
Whether you’re 8 or 80, a breakfast of pancakes dripping with butter and soaked in real Maine maple syrup will help start your day with a smile.