Stewman’s Lobster Pound on the waterfront in Bar Harbor isn’t the kind of place you go to just once. “We get people who come back […]
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 Me & Ben’s Dairy Crème, the Thomases probably know your order before you step up to the counter. Hospitality runs […]
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 […]
A couple of minutes after 7 o’clock on a drizzly Tuesday morning, Nick and Roz Nikkinen of Ocala, Fla., walked into Jordan’s Restaurant and chose […]
A new restaurant called Friars’ Brewhouse Tap Room recently opened on Main Street, serving meals that some Mainers may have never seen before. “The only […]
The Brooklin Inn, which features “real food, classically prepared,” sits in the middle of arguably the most literary town in Maine.
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.
Any seasoned “bug” eater will tell you the only way to eat lobster is “in the rough” — down and dirty, the juice splattering in […]
What began as a whisper and then fierce scuttlebutt is now a fact — Chester Pike’s Galley has reopened for the season and it’s in […]
“Flexit Café & Bakery,” the new café inside the orange-and purple-trimmed Maine Grind building, has a growing number of folks meeting and flocking there for […]
Stepping into Ironbound, a new restaurant and inn on Route 1 in Hancock, is both a startling and familiar experience. Still visible are the bones […]
HANCOCK — One thing about Melissa Ford is that she can never be far away from a commercial stove. Of her nearly two-year hiatus since […]
Devoted fans of Karen’s Café, formerly located at the closed Mr. Paperback, have already heard the news. Now it’s time for the rest of Ellsworth […]
When a stranger rolls into town after sunset and asks where to get a bite to eat, chances are she or he might wind up at Danny Murphy’s.