Mexican on the coast. Cupcakes on the farm. Relish on the roadside. Brûlée in the bike lane. The 2015 Best of Maine Editors’ Choice winners for “Food and Drink.”
Maine’s breweries churn out some of the nations tastiest and most inventive brews. Here’s a round of Maine beers with ingredients that might surprise you.
At home in Freedom, chef Erin French of The Lost Kitchen is rebuilding a restaurant — and a life.
Presenting our 31 favorite Maine restaurants to have opened in the last two years. Hope you’re hungry.
62 places to eat your way through Maine’s hottest dining trends.
60 years after Helen and Scott Nearing came to live “the good life,” Brooksville is sprouting farms and a fertile food culture.
The Fox Hill General Store in Wesley serves good food with a heaping helping of hospitality in the Down East woods.
As the blueberry-raking season comes to a close, migrant farmers celebrate with a clash of nations on the soccer field.
Refined John Conte is not, but Maine’s most temperamental, uh, chef knows a thing or two about seafood and pasta.
From a farmhouse in Newcastle, Oxbow Brewing Company blends knockout beer with a homegrown sense of cool.
Snack on creton at the Canadian border. Gift a box of island chocolate. Eat a tempura-fried whoopie pie.
Talking pubs, Prohibition, and pints with Josh Christie, author of the new book Maine Beer: Brewing in Vacationland.