What could be better for a main dish on a chilly Maine evening than a house-made cassoulet for two?
Adapting to a North Woods deep freeze is not without its pleasures.
Portland’s hottest new eatery shows no signs of slowing down.
After two previous ascents, Elizabeth Peavey finally braves Katahdin’s famed Knife Edge.
Don’t let the restaurant’s name (Italian for “small”) or the size of the space (20 seats max) deceive you.
Few things say summer in Maine like red snappers from Bangor’s W.A. Bean.
Portland finally gets an inventive dim sum restaurant worthy of the city’s culinary reputation.
Greek and Italian menus from Trattoria Athena and its sister restaurant, Enoteca Athena, enliven Brunswick’s culinary scene.
How one couple fell hard for the unlikeliest of love nests.
A hard day’s journey across Portland proves that even in Maine’s big city, wilderness is close at hand.
Cozy German cuisine comes to downtown Portland. By Elizabeth Peavey Photographed by Ted Axelrod Schulte & Herr 349 Cumberland Ave., Portland 207-773-1997. schulteundherr.wordpress.com In…
By Elizabeth Peavey Photographed by Douglas Merriam 76 Pleasant 76 Pleasant Street, Norway 207-744-9040. 76pleasantstreet.com One might be forgiven for having modest expectations when searching…