Reminiscent of old-school Boston steakhouses, with its dark wood and high ceiling, 18 Central is the perfect home for chef Patrick Duffy’s cuisine.
Unapologetic in its boldness and, in many dishes, its heat, Tulsi North is an unexpected and exciting addition to Wells’ restaurant scene.
Brahma Grill is a classic American steakhouse fine-tuned to appeal to a broad clientele. See more from our recent visit.
Chef Eloise Humphrey’s new venture is a freewheeling plunge into modern American cookery.
Oxford House’s ambience hasn’t changed much since the inn opened in 1985, but the cuisine has. Jonathan and Natalie Spak, who bought the place in late 2007, offer contemporary American and Asian-influenced fare.
It’s not surprising that Center Lovell Inn, a beautifully restored 1805 Georgian-style farmhouse in rural western Maine, induces a Zen-like serenity in those who visit.
Chef Tony Bickford made a brilliant decision when he settled on his native Wiscasset as the home for his first independent venture, Little Village Bistro. See our review.
Pine Point Grille’s menu doesn’t overreach, with dishes like pappardelle, pizzas, and a standout roasted brussels sprouts app.
The Canterbury Royale website promises “a unique private dining experience offering the Menu of Kings.” Here’s our review.
Kittery’s bourgeoning, vibrant restaurant scene has been getting a lot of attention recently, and Anju is one more reason to check it out.
Vena’s has a relaxing, nostalgic atmosphere, with eclectic fixtures, exposed brick walls, an extensive collection of vintage bar and glassware, and an astonishing display of cocktail enhancers, including more than 170 kinds of bitters.
With blond wood floors, copper tabletops, sumptuous high-backed leather banquettes, and floor-to-ceiling windows, MK Kitchen has the look and feel of a modern brasserie.