The Brooklin Inn, which features “real food, classically prepared,” sits in the middle of arguably the most literary town in Maine. E.B White, Katharine Sergeant […]
The heart of Hancock County, where three highways converge and county government is centered, Ellsworth still moves at a noticeably slower pace than Bar Harbor, […]
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 Gouldsboro’s Corea Wharf Gallery — now the Wharf Gallery & Grill — was an afterthought, just a way to lure people into […]
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 […]
Every Wednesday afternoon, George Nixon Black Jr.’s favorite fruity black tea blend and Irma Eliason’s sugar and pecan cookies are served up to visitors at […]
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.
There’s nothing like an ice-cold beer and a well-made burger, especially after a hike. Go to Blue Hill, where you can combine both of those […]
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.
When Quoddy Bay Lobster co-owner Sara Griffin is asked what makes their lobster rolls so good, she’ll tell you customers are served a plain top-split bun.
Karl Holmes and Eric Treworgy have opened Pugnuts Ice Cream Shop at 1276 Surry Road.
Visit Seal Cove Farm in Lamoine, and you will find the 120 or so goats there enjoying a leisurely lifestyle. They are milked at 5:30 […]
If you step off of Ellsworth’s Main Street and into the Airline Brewing Co.’s pub and feel as if you’ve been transported to the United […]
For more than 130 years, people have hiked the Asticou Path to a reward of freshly brewed tea and homemade popovers at Jordan Pond.