Category Archives: Cape Elizabeth

Maine Brew Bus, Geary’s Tasting Room, The Well at Jordan’s Farm

The Maine Brew Bus as a shuttle to Geary’s new tasting room D.L. Geary’s Brewing Company, the oldest brewery in Maine, opened a new tasting room last week, embracing the public’s growing interest in craft beer. Located in Portland’s industrial … Continue reading

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Showing Off Portland Food

The title of this post has two meanings, and I’m going to bury the lede here by telling you about my friends’ recent visit. Two chefs from the other Portland came to visit me, and you know I love to … Continue reading

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Food Truck-O-Rama: El Corazon and Bite Into Maine

The O-Rama series returns! Remember Thai-o-Rama? Portland area food bloggers ate at all 12 Portland Thai food restaurants and had so much fun that we O-rama’ed for another year on various topics. Enthusiasm eventually wained, but now that food trucks … Continue reading

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>Two Lights Lobster Shack

> The Two Lights Lobster Shack in Cape Elizabeth is open for the season!  That must mean that warmer weather is approaching.  You wouldn’t know it from the weather forecast (uh, does 51 degrees count as warm?), but I’m all … Continue reading

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