Bar Harbor

Mache Bistro

This past winter, Kyle Yarborough was feeling stifled and stuck. The chef and owner of Mache Bistro was tired of cooking the same food every summer. True, the food was excellent, inspired by a varied cooking background that included elements … Continue reading

Dining Rooms with a View

Maine has its fair share of delectable dishes, but what pairs flawlessly with briny raw-bar options and savory entrees? A beautiful setting -something else Maine has in spades. Here are some scenic destinations where window seats and tables on the … Continue reading

Rooms with a View

A view—whether mountains, ocean, or cityscape—causes us to stop and stare. In Maine there are endless sights to be enjoyed, and hotels and inns around the state have positioned themselves, and their rooms, accordingly. For this issue, we talk to … Continue reading

Dr. Edison Liu

PROFILE-January 2014 By Susan Conley Photographs by Greta Rybus Dr. Edison Liu at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor: “It’s the Humpty Dumpty problem. I’m not saying we’re going to get there, but with the tools we have, I think … Continue reading

Town Hill Bistro

At the end of Crooked Road, across from the firehouse and near the general store, there’s a house that dates back to the late 1800s. It was home to the town surveyor, a school teacher, and a family who ran … Continue reading

Mache Bistro

It’s early May in Bar Harbor and the restaurants, bars, and shops are just starting to open for the season. As I explore the area and talk with the innkeepers, bartenders, and shop owners, they praise Mache Bistro for its … Continue reading