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33 Elmwood

This is not your grandparent’s bowling alley. 33 Elmwood stretches the definition of what a bowling alley is to the point that it’s become something else entirely. And that is to everyone’s benefit. Step inside, and the first impression is … Continue reading

Urban Sugar Donuts | Sugarloaf | Eat Maine | The Maine Magazine

Urban Sugar Donuts

Kevin Sandes, the creator and owner of Urban Sugar Donuts, greets me with a small blowtorch in his hand. “Let me go grab my marshmallows,” he says. He’s putting together s’mores doughnuts for us, and to kick them up yet … Continue reading

Ri Ra

Executive chef Kevin Soucy has St. Patrick’s Day at Ri Ra down to a science. He leaves his home on Peak’s Island to arrive at the Irish pub at 8 p.m. on the night before the big day. He spends … Continue reading

Rolling Fatties | Kingfield | Eat Maine | The Maine Magazine

Rolling Fatties

At Rolling Fatties, it’s all about fun. The food is great—hefty, overstuffed burritos and sides made with mostly local and organic ingredients. Owners Polly and Rob MacMichael are fun and easy going, and that attitude shines through in every part … Continue reading

MK Kitchen

For the love of food and family

Traveling Through Tastes

Few things tug at our heartstrings like the memories of meals past. At Morse’s Sauerkraut, we find rare imports, flavorful feasts, and a whole lot of history.

The Mountain Room

There are two kinds of skiers. There are those who want to be at the lifts as soon as they open, already having eaten a banana and gulped down a cup of coffee in the parking lot. They ski hard, … Continue reading

Sonny’s | Portland, Maine | Eat Maine | Maine Magazine

Sonny’s

Sitting at the bar just before happy hour, Sonny’s new bar manager, Adam Sousa, is trying to explain the science behind milk punch to me. What sounds like an after-school snack for third graders is actually a potent and tasty … Continue reading

Rudy’s of the Cape | Cape Elizabeth | Eat Maine | Maine Magazine

Rudy’s of the Cape

Every town should have a restaurant like Rudy’s of the Cape, a place that’s well designed and welcoming, comfortable and comforting with a menu full of whatever you’re in the mood for. A place where kids can come straight from … Continue reading

Black Dinah Chocolatiers

I’ll admit to having a Willy Wonka-type fantasy before visiting Black Dinah Chocolatiers. Would there be a river of chocolate? A glass elevator? No, neither is at Black Dinah (although a faucet that drips chocolate was pretty close), but I … Continue reading