September 3, 2017 | Bar Harbor Club
Whether it’s a tourist hotspot or frequently mostly by locals, these quintessential summer towns are a starting point for a weekend getaway.
Acadia National Park is one of the most visited national parks in the United States and MDI’s biggest draw, but the island’s communities each offer a unique experience worth exploring.
This past winter, Kyle Yarborough was feeling stifled and stuck. The chef and owner of Mache Bistro was tired of cooking the same food every summer. True, the food was excellent, inspired by a varied cooking background that included elements … Continue reading
Maine has its fair share of delectable dishes, but what pairs flawlessly with briny raw-bar options and savory entrees? A beautiful setting -something else Maine has in spades. Here are some scenic destinations where window seats and tables on the … Continue reading
A really good dinner party needs just a few ingredients: great food, a beautiful setting, and good company. An element of surprise is a nice touch, too. Lucky for me, all the above were present last Saturday evening at the … Continue reading
01 Press Hotel | Portland This boutique hotel on upper Exchange Street in downtown Portland gathered all of its interior inspiration from the building’s history as the former headquarters for the Portland Press Herald. Inside find art installations inspired by … Continue reading
Get your s’mores ready for roasting and your tent pitched: it’s time to camp. Every year Mainers head up to camp in droves, all seeking their sliver of vacationland. If you don’t happen to own a lakehouse or coastal retreat—or … Continue reading
Chefs are fond of proclaiming their dedication to farm-to-table, but even those without culinary degrees are enjoying the bounty of the natural landscape, thanks to a proliferation of farmers’ markets. Bringing the consumer closer to the producer, these markets are … Continue reading
PROFILE-January 2014 By Susan Conley Photographs by Greta Rybus Dr. Edison Liu at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor: Its the Humpty Dumpty problem. Im not saying were going to get there, but with the tools we have, I think … Continue reading