The Corner Room

Late afternoon light fills the big picture windows of the Corner Room. The low light is almost like a signal, the start of happy hour. Chef de Cuisine Greg Wilson and other kitchen staff set out plates of snacks on

Street and Co.

Butter, garlic, basil, fresh clams and pasta. It doesn’t take a lot of ingredients to make a dish with staying power. The clams in white sauce with linguine at Street and Co. has been on their menu since the restaurant

A City on the Edge

A property the size of the Old Port, located on the waterfront, is ready to be transformed into a vibrant urban neighborhood. Is 58 Fore Street the future of Portland? Or will this project be stopped before it even breaks


First, let’s set the record straight: It’s pronounced “pa-cha-reeno.” Extra points if you can say it in a charming Italian accent as Fabiana de Savino does. The name comes from an Italian expression and roughly translates to “the food that

Maine’s New Passion Projects

A couple of weeks before the reopening of the Danforth, a boutique inn in Portland’s West End, the first-floor rooms were filled with people at work. Dining room tables became makeshift desks and people sat at them hunched over laptops


Chef Kevin Quiet has seen quite a few changes in the world since he opened the doors to Ribollita in 1996. His simple 40-seat trattoria, with its menu inspired by both his time spent cooking and eating in the old