Once a tiny restaurant crammed inside a wine shop, this creative East Bayside bistro now has bigger digs and a more elaborate menu to match.
Three years after exiting his first Brunswick restaurant, chef Marc Provencher and his Greek gastronomy are back in town.
The culinary duo behind Piccolo, Portland’s much-loved Italian restaurant, dives into Spanish and French fare at their new West End bistro.
Saunas and pizzas are, each in their own way, all about comfort. On a cold night in western Maine, there’s no place more comfortable than here.
A great neighborhood place is the kind of restaurant you can keep coming back to without getting bored.
“I wanted to transition into cooking food that isn’t fussy, and to create an environment for my team that centers around enjoyment, rather than feeling like punishment.” — Chef Jonathan Cartwright. Read more from our visit.
Vien Dobui and Jessica Sheahan have been hosting Asian noodle pop-ups in Portland since 2013, so they had a good idea of what would resonate with local diners when they opened Cong Tu Bot with partner Joe Zohn on the East End.
Stacy Cooper has created a farm-meets-city vibe at Biscuits & Company in Biddeford, where she conveys just how much she loves biscuits.
Lobster is always on the menu here, but never in its traditional boiled iteration.
I can’t think of a better way to spend a summer evening than sitting on Tipo’s patio, sipping rosé, and enjoying a beautiful plate of marinated sardines.
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.