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  • 9.3

    Rising Tide Brewing Company

    Brewery 103 Fox St Portland, ME

    People also say (35 tips):

    • Carla J.
      Carla Jean: "An excellent brewery in the "East Bayside" community - samples, bottles available. On Saturdays they host food trucks and play corn hole outside. Fun and delicious."
  • 9.4


    Seafood Restaurant 68 Commercial Street Portland, ME

    People also say (30 tips):

    • Tracey Z.
      Tracey Zane: "A little hidden gem out on the pier in Portland. Get the oysters to start, the halibut in butter sauce, and the scallops are not to miss! Great for big groups."
  • 9.3

    Tandem Coffee + Bakery

    Coffee Shop 742 Congress St Portland, ME

    People also say (56 tips):

    • Djaniella D.
      Djaniella D.: "Former gas station turned into one of the best coffee shops in town. Love the logo, staff, atmosphere, & of course their coffee! I'd recommend the mocha latte - they use Mast Brothers dark chocolate!"
  • 9.4

    The Standard Baking Co.

    Bakery 75 Commercial St Portland, ME

    People also say (88 tips):

    • Djaniella D.
      Djaniella D.: "Ham & cheese croissant and the financier are personal favorites! The chocolate croissant and sticky buns are also worth a try. Bring a friend and grab a few to share!"
  • 9.3

    Bissell Brothers Brewing Co

    Brewery 4 Thompsons Pt Ste 108 Portland, ME

    People also say (28 tips):

    • Al S.
      Al S: "Bissell is known for hazy New England hoppy juice bombs, but it also does dark beer very well. The annual winter release of Angels With Filthy Souls, a different beer each year, shouldn't be missed."
  • 9.3

    Eventide Oyster Co.

    Seafood Restaurant 86 Middle St Portland, ME

    People also say (276 tips):

    • Epicurious
      Epicurious: "Eventide's oyster "ices" (served on the side to avoid watery oysters) come in off-the-beaten-track yet insanely delicious flavors like horseradish, Tabasco, and pickled red pepper."

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  • 9.2


    New American Restaurant 43 Middle St Portland, ME

    People also say (229 tips):

    • Eater
      Eater: "Chef/owner Rob Evans won a James Beard Award and "Chopped" but left high-end Hugo's to concentrate on his palace of poutine and duck confit panini. The wait will be well worth it. [Eater 38 Member]"
    • Djaniella D.
      Djaniella D.: "Had one of my BEST meals here. Try the poutine & be prepared to have a religious experience. Even the hand cut fries w/ truffle ketchup was superb. Also, the "Original" milkshake is out of this world!"
  • 9.2

    Highroller Lobster Co

    Seafood Restaurant 104 Exchange St Portland, ME

    People also say (27 tips):

    • Anastasia B.
      Anastasia Belozertseva: "Solid choice for a lobster roll! There was a bit of a wait, but service was quick. Loved customization with my roll- I got avocado on top + pineapple mayo. Old bay seasons on the fries for the win!"
    • Jonathan R.
      Jonathan R: "Lobster rolls are generous but the bread wasn't our favorite. You need to order the fried lobster tail aka a lobster corn dog! So good and decadent dipped in butter!!"
  • 9.2

    The Holy Donut

    Donut Shop 194 Park Ave Portland, ME

    People also say (78 tips):

    • Gayngood
      Gayngood: "yum! The sweet potato ginger and the Maine blueberry donuts are perfectly dense and flavorful. The lavender honey is also up there. Something tells me every donut is great (see: long lines)"
    • Jeremy F.
      Jeremy Fisher: "Great potato flour donuts. Sweet potato ginger is good. Want to try bacon cheddar-stuffed donut and holy cannoli"

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