Waterfront diner serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Bintliff’s American Café
Excellent brunch – many Benedicts to choose from.
Cozy neigborhood bistro on Munjoy Hill. Super-friendly staff, great cocktails and outdoor seating in the Summer. Try the Blue Cheese Toast.
Boone’s Fish House & Oyster Room
Seafood on the waterfront – if you’re looking for lobster poutine, this is the spot.
Fantastic cheese board. Excellent brunch.
Rustic Italian spot with open kitchen and pasta-making section.
Sandwiches, duck fat fries and milk shakes.
Modern American fare, eclectic atmosphere, great drinks – order the deviled eggs and a Mule.
Beautiful oyster bar with a great wine list.
Delicious brick-oven pizza, casual atmosphere, right on the water.
High-end dining, relaxed atmosphere, exquisite food.
555 Congress (Five Firty-Five)
Great dinner spot – lobster mac & cheese.
Converted church, beautiful bar – fantastic cocktails.
Donuts are made with Maine potatoes – try the Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt. Insane.
The Inn On Peaks Island
Nice little spot for an island lunch.
Lobster rolls and fried clams at a picnic table by the ocean.
Cool eclectic open space. Great drinks. Order the charcuterie plate.
Mediterranean cuisine, wood-fired grill, cheese and wine.
Maine Squeeze Juice Café
Start your day with a fruit smoothie or freshly squeezed juice. Try the Dream Team (almonds, bananas, dates, honey and soy milk).
Nosh Kitchen Bar
Bacon dusted french fries – Maine potatoes, of course.
Old Port Sea Grill & Raw Bar
Great raw bar and drinks – try the Earl Grey Martini.
Donut holes for brunch, cheeseburger for dinner. Great cocktails, too.
Charming French neighborhood bistro – foie gras, sweetbreads or bone marrow? Decisions, decisions.
Intimate and casual Itlaian fare – try the polenta crusted calamari or the antipasta plate.
Wide-open space, super-chill scene and excellent brisket.
Schulte & Herr
Authentic German cuisine, cozy spot – terrific potato pancakes with lox.
Grab a slab of Sicilian-style pizza and try the Ceci alla Sicilia (rustic chickpea hummus).
Standard Baking Co
The line is usually out the door with folks clamoring for fresh bread and pastries – try the Chocolate Cork!
Street and Co.
Local seafood at it’s best – grilled lobster over linguine with garlic and butter is a feast for the eyes.
Vaughan Street Variety
Neighborhood market with fresh salads, sandwiches and soups.
Contemporary American – classic spot for lunch or dinner.
Armory Restaurant & Lounge
Delicious martinis – try the Basil Gimlet.
Very popular brew pub – good for lunch.
Great Lost Bear
72 draught beers and super nachos.
Portland Hunt & Alpine Club
Craft cocktails and Scandinavian snacks. Try the pickle plate.
RiRa Irish Restaurant & Bar
Fun spot on the water for drinks and live music.
Sebago Brewing Company
Craft beer made in Maine – try the Simmer Down.
Shay’s Grill Pub
Relaxed little spot right in Monument Square. Outside seating in summer.
Try the El Guincho – Bombay Gin with fresh lemon and ginger liqeur.
Casco Bay Islands
Go island hopping!
Fort Williams Park
Home of Potland Headlight, fantastic mansion ruins and gorgeous ocean views.
National Historic Landmark offering beautiful views of Portland’s harbor.
Portland Art Museum
See works by Picasso, Magritte, and Georgia O’Keeffe.
Portland Farmers Market
Fantastic displays of produce and farm products from almost 40 local growers.
Portland Sea Dogs
Double-A baseball team affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
Last Updated October 2015