York + Kittery

My bags are packed and I’m ready to go. The only thing I’m missing is my partner in crime, Brandon. I pick him up from his work and we head south to York—a 45-minute drive from our home in Portland.

Tulsi Indian Restaurant

Chef Raj Mandekar’’s constantly evolving menu will never fail to awaken the senses, with dishes that are as beautiful as they are flavorful. Indian cookery, at its foundation, is truly an art form, the vivid colors of its predominant spices

Historic Forts

  Big and bold, historic forts line the coast of Maine. Dating back to the first and second World Wars, and even the Civil War and Colonial days, these forts each have their own unique story. Crumbling walls of granite

York + Kittery

October 2014 Shawn McLaughlin, Account Manager   As I begin my ride to York where I’m meeting my dad (who will be accompanying me on this weekend adventure), I’m flooded with memories of childhood trips to the area with my

Bob’’s Clam Hut, Robert’’s Maine Grill, and Lil’’s Cafe

Upon meeting Michael Landgarten, the first thing I noticed was the man’s boundless enthusiasm for all things food. This mannerism is quite rare amongst those who have owned and operated restaurants for close to 30 years, as the business has

York + Kittery

48HRS – January 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Susan Grisanti, Editor-in-Chief       Susan Grisanti, Editor-in-Cheif   Friday There’s a certain type of Mainer (we could call them salty) who draw our state’s borders a bit

York + Kittery

48 HOURS-January 2013 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Kate Gable, Mali Welch, + Sophie Nelson   Kate Gable, Art Director Maine magazine  Friday 3:00 p.m. @ 75 Market Street It’s time to head south to explore York and Kittery. My boyfriend, Joe,

The Black Birch

EAT FEATURE-April 2012 By Joe Ricchio Photographs by Kristin Teig Offering a combination of revamped American-style classics and rustic country fare, the Black Birch has already established itself as a destination amid Kittery’s wealth of dining options.   There are


A-LIST-October 2011 By Sophie Nelson   01 Penobscot Narrows Bridge + Observatory While whooshing across the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, which spans the largest river in Maine, its thick suspension cables slice up the idyllic downeast views. But when you look out