Monthly Archives: March 2013

First Look at Little Tap House

Phew, all these Portland restaurant openings are wearing me out! I again met Anestes of Portland Food Map at Little Tap House, the much anticipated new restaurant in the old Plush space (at the corner of Spring and High St). … Continue reading

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New Taco Escobarr Menu Review

There are times when I reflect upon how I voluntarily choose to live in Maine, and it’s usually around this time of year, when I say to myself, you don’t HAVE to do this. It’s spring in a whole bunch of southern … Continue reading

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First Look at In’finiti Fermentation & Distillery

In’finiti Fermentation and Distillery is now open, at 250 Commercial Street in Portland (across from Three Dollar Deweys). I stopped in to meet Anestes of Portland Food Map and had a sip and a bite. I’m excited for this new space, as … Continue reading

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Restaurant Week Dinner at Walter’s

Walter’s in Portland moved from a small, cozy storefront on Exchange Street to a more expansive space on Union Street in 2009, where its location at 2 Portland Square makes it feel more like a hotel restaurant. The bar area … Continue reading

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Allgash Tap Takeover at Eventide Oyster Co.

You all know I love Eventide Oyster Co. so when I heard that Chefs Taylor and Wiley are nominated for Food & Wine magazine’s People’s Best New Chefs of New England (go vote!), I got a craving.  They were celebrating last night with an … Continue reading

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Lunch at Bresca

I joined Vrylena for lunch on Friday afternoon at Bresca. Chef Krista Kern Desjarlais has recently scaled back her restaurant’s offerings to dinner on Friday and Saturday and lunch Wednesday through Saturday. Bresca might fly a bit under the radar … Continue reading

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