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Breakfast at the Porthole

Restaurant Review - Portland, Maine

The Porthole is the crowning gem of the Portland waterfront, established in 1929, it has been feeding locals and tourists alike for almost a century.

By Julie True Kingsley | May 26, 2015
The Custom Cake Cafe

Restaurant Review - Fort Kent, Maine

In the nineties, rural Fort Kent was given a makeover. The streets and sidewalks were spruced up, building exteriors were overhauled and a slew of major improvements took hold across the downtown...

By Alex Seise | June 19, 2012
Lakeview Restaurant

Restaurant Review - St. Agatha, Maine

No matter which area of New England you’re intent on exploring, there always seems to be a place where both the locals and visitors gather to enjoy good food, great company and an unforgettable...

By Alex Seise | May 14, 2012
The Well {at Jordan’s Farm}

Restaurant Review - Cape Elizabeth, Maine

The Well is a new adventure in Maine dining founded by Chef Jason Williams.

By Julie True Kingsley | August 12, 2011
Willard Scoops

Ice Cream Heaven in South Portland, Maine

With the warm weather finally here, there’s nothing quite like ice cream for a decadent summer time treat.

By Julie True Kingsley | May 27, 2011
The New England Cookbook

350 Recipes from Town and Country, Land and Sea, Hearth and Home

Connecticut native and now Maine resident, award winning cook book author, Brooke Dojny, has written a number of cookbooks. Three of them are about the place she calls home, New England

By Peter F. Demers | July 25, 2010

The Pine Tree State with its rocky coastline, rolling mountains and heavily forested interior, is well known for its scenic beauty, and the hardiness and independence of its people. Maine is the number one exporter of blueberries, and is also known for shipbuilding and agriculture.

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