Tag Archives: food
On Saturday mornings, a real estate agency’s parking lot in Ellsworth becomes a community gathering where a freshly baked loaf of sourdough bread and other […]
Diners and seafood shoppers who find their way into Peekytoe Provisions toward the lower end of Main Street in Bar Harbor can thank their good […]
One of Maine’s signature charms is the classic, rambling inns perched like grand dames on the rocky coastline. One of the originals, the Asticou Inn, was built at the head of Northeast Harbor in 1883.
If you’re a regular at Arborvine, located on Main Street in Blue Hill, the Hikade family will have your favorite table prepared. They will remember […]
Food and drink often are integral to a vacation or travel experience — even becoming destinations in their own right. Maine, as the source of […]
The Brooklin Inn, which features “real food, classically prepared,” sits in the middle of arguably the most literary town in Maine.
Ellsworth still moves at a noticeably slower pace than Bar Harbor, Rockland, Boothbay and other booming resort towns.
ELLSWORTH – If you’re cruising up Main Street, the garage opposite Woodbine Cemetery offers a sale you won’t want to miss. From 6 a.m. until […]
Interestingly, food at the Wharf Gallery & Grill was an afterthought, just a way to lure people into the photo gallery.
If Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory had a real-life counterpart, Lisa Stephen’s Eastport shop would perfectly fit the bill. Sweeties Downeast, the yellow clapboard storefront with […]
Woodlawn offers the traditional afternoon tea on Wednesdays as part of its Tea Time Tours.
A brighter, sparkling Brooklin General Store opened June 1, saving residents from having to travel to Sedgwick or Blue Hill for forgotten gallons of milk […]
The 16-foot-tall fiberglass lobster stands watch over Route 1 traffic, claws raised in the air and holding a sign for Carrier’s Mainely Lobster.
The Earth keeps spinning, the waves keep crashing on the shore, and the 1,800-to-2,000-pound quartz stone wheels at Raye’s Mustard Mill keep grinding.
Chef Louis Del Conte of Hancock is busy promoting his line of Luigi Del Conte Sauces, which include Sambuca Simmering Sauce “Sweet with Heat” and Country-Style Marinara “A Taste of Tuscany.”