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Great atmosphere, wonderful service. Appetizer portion of risotto was very large, a bit dry, but full of flavor, and seasoned well. Mussels were a bit gritty, but again, seasoned wonderfully. The sink in the bathroom did not have any hot water, but restaurant was very clean. Overall an extremely enjoyable dinner- and would absolutely recommend. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Tried this upscale Greek restsurant on a recent visit to Portland. Traditional treats like Tzaztiki, Saganaki and Moussaka were delicious and some more unusual options, like swordfish kebabs, were excellent as well. As at most restaurants in Portland, they don't give this stuff away (entrees hover around $30), but it's a good bet for a first date or an early dinner before a play at the nearby Portland Stage. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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El Corazón is an authentic Mexican food truck and restaurant. Chef Joseph Urtuzuastegui cooks from his Mexican roots using authentic local ingredients. El Corazón's menu features traditional Mexican dishes such as Baja style fish tacos, Sonoran hot dogs, enchiladas, and many more regional specialties. El Corazón offers a food experience like no other in Portland, Maine making it quick, easy, and delicious. El Corazón is also available for private parties, events, and catering.More
The name “Mason’s” was derived from John Mason, a sailor and colonizer who mapped and discovered the early waterways in our beautiful region of Maine. In 1622, Mason and fellow explorer Sir Fernando Gorges were granted the territory between the Merrimack and Kennebec rivers called the Province of Maine. The two split the territory along the Piscataqua River in a 1629 pact that resulted in the Province of New Hampshire being formed by Mason in the south and New Somersetshire being created by Gorges to the north, in what is now southwestern Maine. The present Somerset County in Maine preserves this early nomenclature.More
Dining at The Bradley Inn is an experience you will never forget. Our inn doubles as a restaurant – one of the finest in the area. Our casual and warm Chartroom and/or Slippery Hitch Tavern are open to the public serving gourmet food made from local and sustainable fare, 5 – 9 pm beginning April 1st on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, adding Sunday evening mid-June.More
Dinner at the bistro @ Old Saco Inn is available every weekend year round, for Inn guest and locals. The menu is ever changing, tasty and enticing, and very affordable. The menu changes are emailed, published on Facebook, and posted to the website.
The Pub is open to the public on Friday, Saturday & Sunday for brunch and during driving range hours.
The public area at the Lodge includes the dining room, lounge and pub, all situated around a huge fireplace that is central to the building. A long fully screened veranda runs along the river-facing side of the Lodge, perfect for summer brunch, sundowners or long afternoon cocktails.More