Cape Porpoise

Capture: Cape Porpoise

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state   Maine is so photogenic and the landscape so varied. I was born and raised here, and graduated from University of Maine, so I feel strongly connected

Town Landings

Mainers have the privilege of witnessing the sense of community that oceanside towns possess—a type of community that can seldom be found anywhere else. Within these seaside enclaves, the town landing provides a meeting ground for locals and visitors, a

Beaches of Maine’s Southern Shore

“What do they long for, as I long for, one salt smell of the sea once more?” – Edna St. Vincent Millay In summer’s late-afternoon light, the weekend warriors and sun worshippers arrive, emptying out of their cars onto Fortunes Rocks

The Art of Making Meaningful Acquaintance

LOCATION-June 2013By Dennis GilbertPhotographs by Matt Cosby “What lies ahead is an endless brunch of briny seafood, sport, sunshine, and romance.” Encased on the nearby wall is a page from the April 2, 1945, edition of Life magazine depicting local

Pier 77 + The Ramp

Pier 77 and The Ramp are entering their tenth year of operation. After spending an evening sampling the best of what each has to offer, it’s clear why they have become a dining destination. Although the Ramp in Cape Porpoise

Thirty-one Number Ones

EAT FEATURE-March 2011 Edited by Susan Grisanti Photographs by Dan Soley In the October 2009 issue of Bon Appétit magazine, restaurant editor Andrew Knowlton gave Portland the prized title “America’s Foodiest Small Town.” He wrote, “My scouting (aka eating) trips

Ronni Hass

COOK-January + February 2011 By Annemarie Ahearn Photography by Kari Herer For Ronni Hass, a dinner party is a work of art. She pays careful attention to every detail—from the artfully selected menu items to the beautifully constructed tablescapes.  

Three Tiers on the Pier

FEAST-August 2009 (from Maine Home+Design) By Rebecca Falzano Photographs by François Gagné   If restaurants could talk, Pier 77 on Cape Porpoise Harbor would have some tales to tell. For more than seventy years, the site overlooking a working pier has been