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Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations

There was an interesting article in the Portland Press Herald recently with places to go and food suggestions for 2015.
http://www.puressherald.com/2014/12/31/take-a-bite-out-of-2015/
 Some of the places mentioned in the article are definitely roadfood destinations that have been written about on this website; others are upscale. Some I've been to--like Wasses in Rockland for hotdogs or Moody's Diner in Waldoboro for a meal, and others. The author recommended Moody's coconut cream pie by the way. A neighbor of mine enjoyed her visit to Morse's and their restaurant and European deli--something you don't expect to find several miles off of Coastal Route One in a small town in Maine. Morse's sauerkraut is good and available in grocery stores locally, and they ship. Primo, a Rockland restaurant, has been around for a while and is definitely upscale. They grow some of their own food. They started just growing greens and vegetables but now grow livestock, too; talk about locally-sourced!! The article covers a wide range of interests.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/01/05 18:33:01 (permalink)
    This is something originally written in BB's 2014 review:
    I have some suggestions on your next trip to Maine--maybe when you return to see the new Helen's in Machias for some pie?
    The Maine State Museum, which is located right near the Capitol building, is really awesome. One exhibit--At Home in Maine--has a large spinning wheel (circa 1770s)--on display that was donated by my family. We have a photo of my great great grandmother with it in the late 1800s, but it is much older than that.
    http://www.mainestatemuseum.org/
    From Augusta take Route 17 to Rockland and visit the Farnsworth. They have two historical houses as part of the art museum. They have a collection of Wyeth family art: NC, Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth, as well as others.
    http://www.farnsworthmuseum.org/
    Then take Coastal Route One through to the far side of Camden. Take a left and enter Camden Hills State Park for a drive to the top of Mount Battie for some extraordinary views of Penobscot Bay and the islands. Just breathtaking views.
    http://www.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/doc/parksearch/index.pl?search_radio=1&state_park=14&historic_site=&public_reserved_land=&shared_use_trails=&town=&distance=&submit=Go+%BB
    Then take Coastal Route One to near Bucksport, where Fort Knox and the fairly new Penobscot Narrows Bridge are located. This is a Civil War era fort, where private groups sometimes do re-enactments. The bridge has an elevator to an observation deck with awesome views.
    \http://fortknox.maineguide.com/
    Then a less visited but scenic area of Acadia National Park is the Schoodic Peninsula, which is farther up Route One--beyond the Mount Desert Island turn to the main section of the park:
    http://www.acadianationalpark.com/park_highlights/schoodic_peninsula.php
    26 places in Maine to see...I haven't seen them all, but I have seen most. All are on the list for a good reason!
    http://mainetoday.com/maine-travel/most-beautiful-places-in-maine/
    Places to eat:
    In the Augusta area--both good RF type places:
    http://theredbarnmaine.com/menu/
    http://www.rebeccasrestaurant.net/
    Near Rockland: I have been going here for over 20 years. Lobster and the views. Lobster and crab rolls, corn on the cob, homemade sides and desserts. Open from Father's Day weekend until mid-September from Wednesday through Sunday.
    http://www.watermansbeachlobster.com/index.php
    In Lincolnville on Route One--a short ways beyond Camden:
    https://www.facebook.com/ChezMichelRestaurant
    Chez Michel Restaurant has a French chef owner but is a casual restaurant. All seafood is done really well. I also recommend their garlic steak. The warm, crusty French bread served with the meal is lovely for sopping up the wonderful juices. A little beyond RF prices but definitely worth it. Open and close of the seaon varies, but it is roughly early May through mid-October.
    Sorry, this kept growing and got away from me. I started thinking about visiting the Capitol in Augusta (see BB's pic above) and not seeing the wonderful museum adjacent to it or a couple of good RF restaurants in the Augusta area. BB's photos reminded me of other things in Rockland, Camden, and beyond. Acadia photos from the top of Cadillac Mountain but no mention of the Schoodic Peninsula. So many things to see and places to eat and so little time! I used to just visit Maine and just get short visits here, but family roots are deep here, and I've now lived here a long time. Hope you enjoy this.
     
    Maine is a large state geographically, by far the largest New England state. It is easy to underestimate how long it takes to get anywhere here, so a longer trip would be a good thing.
    BB--You drove to Machias--Downeast Maine--which is a lot of 2-lane road driving, since I-95 doesn't get anywhere close to it. The couple of times I've driven to West Quoddy Head have taken an all-day round trip to accomplish and I live near Augusta. A long day with one trip including crossing the Canadian border to visit the Roosevelt (FDR) estate on Campobello. Another interesting place to visit and its an international park (US/Canada). Bring your passport!
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/01/05 18:36:37 (permalink)
    Please add questions about visiting Maine or your suggestions on places to eat, historic or scenic sites visited, events attended, shopping destinations, or anything you think others might enjoy.
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/03/16 16:04:09 (permalink)
    Full Belly Deli reopens in the Old Port 
    There's a Jewish deli/restaurant re-opening in a new location after closing not long ago in their old location.
    https://pierce.bangordailynews.comJ/2015/03/16/home/full-belly-deli-reopens-in-the-old-port/
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/03/16 20:50:52 (permalink)
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    Full Belly Deli reopens in the Old Port
     
    There's a Jewish deli/restaurant re-opening in a new location after closing not long ago in their old location.
    https://pierce.bangordailynews.comJ/2015/03/16/home/full-belly-deli-reopens-in-the-old-port/
     



     
    That's great to hear. About 20 years ago, I had considered moving to Portland Maine (when I had lived in Seattle) it was actually a toss up between Portland and Pittsburgh. Anyway, I had a realtor show me around so I could get a take on the housing market and I recall we stopped at the full belly deli for lunch. I hadn't been back since (that's because I'm doing lobster and seafood) but I'm glad to hear they're still around after all these years.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/03/19 20:07:59 (permalink)
    Yes, it is good to hear of restaurants staying in business or reopening in a new location, as is the case of Full Belly Deli.
    There was another strange Maine food link in the Bangor paper online:
    http://hashtagmaine.bangordailynews.com/2015/03/18/the-internets/it-looks-like-poo-californians-taste-test-maine-foods-for-video-spot/
    The video there shows Californians trying some Maine food and drink. Once you finish the Maine video there are other states' food tests. Or just go to YouTube and watch Minnesota--lutefisk, hotdish, and juicylucy.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/03/20 09:36:40 (permalink)
    JB-ME, love those YouTube videos!  The reactions to lutefisk are golden!
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/03/20 09:54:00 (permalink)
    I enjoyed the lutefisk reactions, too. Wonder what their reaction to sardines would have been--either oil-packed or mustards. Or what their initial reaction to B&M brown bread would have been versus after tasting it?
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/04/26 12:20:53 (permalink)
    Here's the Bangor article focusing on the Salvage BBQ restaurant, which made Andrew Zimmern's Top 11 BBQ list.
    http://dailysimmer.bangordailynews.com/2015/04/andrew-zimmern-says-food-geeks-and-barbecue-freaks-should-seek-out-this-maine-joint/
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/05/31 23:35:11 (permalink)
    News--the Full Belly Deli has reopened as Rosen's in Westbrook--not the Old Port section of Portland, as originally written up in an earlier news article.
    http://pierce.bangordailynews.com/2015/05/27/home/full-belly-deli-reopens-as-rosens-in-westbrook/
     
      
     
     
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/01 07:45:23 (permalink)
    JB-ME, this is great.  Thanks.  I hope to make it up to Maine again someday.  So much great food and history.  I used to spend a lot of time in Maine in the 90s.  I had an aunt who lived a short walk from the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and I would often drive up from Boston to visit her, go for long walks along the rocks, have dinner at Shaw's and poke around the shops in Damariscotta.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/01 08:55:32 (permalink)
    Thxs JB, I'm planning for next June to take the Portland car Ferry to Yarmouth. Have you taken this Ferry? if so, what are your thoughts. I'm going to rent a car in Boston then drive through New England, take the ferry, hit Halifax and other towns on my way to Quebec city. My Family has never been through this area. Thxs for the list..........Bill
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/01 12:39:52 (permalink)
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    JB-ME, this is great.  Thanks.  I hope to make it up to Maine again someday.  So much great food and history.  I used to spend a lot of time in Maine in the 90s.  I had an aunt who lived a short walk from the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and I would often drive up from Boston to visit her, go for long walks along the rocks, have dinner at Shaw's and poke around the shops in Damariscotta.

    Pemaquid is a beautiful area. I visited the lighthouse years ago. The Maine coast is beautiful! Hope you get a chance to visit. You can take the train to Portland (and beyond) and rent a car once here. I think changing to the Downeaster in Boston is not fun. I think you have to change stations.
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    Thxs JB, I'm planning for next June to take the Portland car Ferry to Yarmouth. Have you taken this Ferry? if so, what are your thoughts. I'm going to rent a car in Boston then drive through New England, take the ferry, hit Halifax and other towns on my way to Quebec city. My Family has never been through this area. Thxs for the list..........Bill

    Just yesterdqy a Portland TV station did a video piece on the Nova Star, which just started going from Portland to Yarmouth last year. The short TV piece:
    http://www.wcsh6.com/story/news/local/portland/2015/05/31/visitors-gets-a-taste-of-the-nova-star/28277017/

    I have not taken this new ferry, but it looks really nice. The Nova Star website:    http://novastarcruises.com/
    Maine hasn't had any ferries sailing to Nova Scotia for several years, until last year. In the past ones have sailed from Portland and Bar Harbor to Nova Scotia. Make sure to bring your passport or one of the acceptable alternatives. It used to be easy to go to Canada and back, but, since you live in Washington state, you are probably aware of that.
    If there are any Anne of Green Gables fans in your family, you might consider a trip to PEI (Prince Edward Island). There is a long bridge that connects New Brunswick to PEI or there is ferry service, too. I haven't been to PEI, but I've seen pictures and heard the stories about it. My older sister took our niece, who was a big Anne fan and young teenager at the time, and they had a fun time. PEI info:
    http://www.tourismpei.com/index.php3
    Are there any restrictions or laws about renting a car in the US and taking it to Canada? Maybe the individual car rental companies having different rules? Something to look into! Or maybe you've already looked into this.
    Another issue is automobile insurance. Before a trip to Canada years ago, I checked with my car insurance company, and they sent me a Canadian insurance card, but you may already have this.
    Have a good trip!!
     
     
     
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/01 17:20:42 (permalink)
    Thxs JB! I'll check on the car rental traveling from the US to Canada and back. We do use our Passports when traveling to Canada. I'll look into PEI this may be a area Mollie would love. ..................Thxs again.............Bill
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/01 18:20:33 (permalink)
    I've read and enjoyed your 'Travels with Mollie' in past years. It is interesting to see her a little older on each trip. PEI is really beautiful. Mollie would probably love it. My sister found herself taking a lot of pictures of rural country churches--not something she usually does. They have a lot of churches/buildings with unique/unusual architecture. After seeing her photos, I would agree.
    Another thing to think about is the ferry. In a 24-hr period it sails north to Nova Scotia at night, and it sails south to Portland during the daytime. If sailing during the daytime is your preference, then you might take a good look at your itinerary and reverse it. Quebec city is just about due north of Portland--through a lot of Maine woods. Go to Quebec first, go counter-clockwise through the Canadian maritime provinces, ending with the daytime sail south to Portland. Portland is normally a 2-hr drive from Boston. Exception--rush hour in Boston. Timing your flight into Logan is another something to think about. Another often cheaper alternative to flying into Boston is flying into Manchester, NH. Less of a hassle and cheaper, too. I know my nephew likes doing that, when flying in from Portland OR. Buffetbuster has also done this. Food for thought.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/20 16:36:47 (permalink)
    An update on the ferry between Portland and Nova Scotia. In its first year, it did not get as many customers as the owners estimated. This second year it is doing better, but it is also subsidized by NS. Last year it was also subsidized by Maine. NS gets a lot more benefit out of the ferry than does Maine. Anyway, that ferry may or may not be running next year. Another may take its place. Here's the latest news--
    http://bangordailynews.com/2015/06/19/business/nova-star-ferry-operator-faces-make-or-break-season/?ref=BusinessBox
    When I see more on this, I will post. As Paul Harvey used to say, stand by for news!
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/25 11:47:48 (permalink)
    Great things about Maine, including several restaurants and many Maine foods.
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/sarahwillson/reasons-living-in-maine-ruins-you-for-life#.biEvkaymE
     
     
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/27 21:06:02 (permalink)
    My wife and I would like to visit JB-ME's Maine.
     
    We would not like to visit Stephen King's Maine.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/27 22:02:34 (permalink)
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    My wife and I would like to visit JB-ME's Maine.
    We would not like to visit Stephen King's Maine.

    Wow! What a lovely thing to say, SC! To win over Stephen King is quite an honor. I have never read any of his books (just not my thing), but I know enough about them to know that I, too, prefer my Maine over King's.
    Thanks.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/27 23:00:32 (permalink)
     
    Bets Fish Fry in Boothbay is a beautiful fried haddock and real French fry stand right on Route 27 on the way to Boothbay Harbor.
    Bet is a true Maine character and her story is a testament that every young woman should hear.
    She was, and is, a classic fishwife (In the most positive sense).
    Her ne'r-do-well husband and she, owned a fishing trawler. He fished. She cooked and raised the kids.
    But hubby also drank...a lot....and was abusive...so..rather than call the police again and again, Bet took control....
    When he came home lit up and drunk again, she met him at the door...gave him a little taste of what she'd been taking, and threw his clothes (and him) off the front porch... She found a smart Portland lawyer...and soon owned the house and  haddock trawler (that he was about to lose to the bank anyway)......
    With her brother's help but little experience, Bet started fishing the boat....
    And when, one summer, the price of fish fell below break-even....
    She borrowed a food trailer from a friend, and started frying her own haddock and fries outside the general store on the Town Green...
    Two item menu...Great fresh-caught haddock from her own boat...genuine just-dug Maine-potato Fries....soda or water from the machine....and a knock-out personality, all made her and her trailer such a  big hit......
    She even got her own cable tv show aptly named, "The Centah of Attention".
     
    Now quite a few years, and thousands of beautiful haddock fillets later......
    She owns the general store, soda machine, laundry beside it, and the trailer has morphed to a permanent building.
    Bet's kids are grown and working for her, finishing college or both.....
    Since her little trawler can no longer keep up with her own demand, she also buys (at a higher price than the wholesalers offer) from other local boats....
     

    Her breading is flakey and beautiful......
    Her portions are huge....whole-side haddock fillets
    MENU...fish and fries, half order fish, fish sandwich, fries only, fish only
    Separate fryolaters for fish and fries, never over-filled...always perfect....
    Dill Tartar sauce is her gramma's recipe....incredible...
    Her personality, memorable.

    An unforgettable stop at her stand will get you, all at once, a great meal,  a special insight into the kind of grit that makes Mainers who they are.....
    And the chance to meet an amazing woman who could have safely sought shelter in the social system, but chose, instead, to captain her own ship, and preserve the very way of life, that made her who she is....
     
     
    The sandwich is essentially a full order of fish...plus a roll......

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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/28 02:59:16 (permalink)
    Nice!! BuffetBuster would probably encourage you to write a formal review of the place.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/06/28 21:38:01 (permalink)
     
    wingmanBBF-
    What a great story!  It is easy to root for a place like this and she deserves all of her success.
     
    JB-ME is right.  I strongly encourage you to write a formal review for Bet's Fish Fry.
     
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/07/05 00:05:33 (permalink)
    Travel + Leisure has a new list of Maine's 10 best lobster shacks. 
    http://hashtagmaine.bangordailynews.com/2015/07/02/statistics/maines-best-10-lobster-shacks-according-to-travel-leisure/#.VZVZhMvvCdY.facebook
    This is a Bangor Daily News article, which has a couple of videos--one about Five Islands Lobster Co, and another about Red's Eats. You can click on the names of the lobster shacks and go to their websites. There is also a link to the Travel + Leisure website for their article.
    I've been to three of these: Waterman's, Estes, and Bagaduce.
    Bagaduce--I haven't been there for a very long time, but I remember stopping there many times--starting as a young child--with my family. It isn't very far from my mother's hometown, which is on a nearby island, accessible by bridge.
    Estes--haven't been there for a few years, but it has beautiful ocean views, the food is good, and it has always been super busy, when I was there.
    Waterman's--my favorite. Great lobster and crab rolls, as well as whole lobsters, steamers, etc. They make their own sides and desserts, including pie. And serve Maine's Round Top ice cream. Yum.
    The following is a Portland TV station's report about the 4th really kicking off the summer season.
    http://www.wcsh6.com/story/news/local/2015/07/03/tourist-season-kicks-off-in-midcoast/29676439/
     That is pretty true, especially if you are on I-95 and backed up at the Hampton Tolls on the NH Turnpike or backed up at the York Tolls on the southern end of the Maine Turnpike--on holiday weekends, especially. What I like about the video is them visiting the folks at Waterman's Beach--my favorite--and interviewing some people I know, since I've been a customer for over 20 years.
     
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/07/16 11:07:26 (permalink)
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wicked-good-travel-tips/plan-the-perfect-maine-co_b_7684312.html
    Am article with ideas for a week in coastal Maine, staying in three towns for a couple of days each. This article has ideas of places to stay, things to do, places to eat, etc. Good article if you are planning a trip here with lots of info.
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    Re: Maine restaurant/food/historic/scenic destinations 2015/11/01 14:58:03 (permalink)
    ==http://www.wcsh6.com/story/news/local/portland/2015/10/31/federal-court-orders-maritime-arrest-of-nova-star-ferry/74963714/
    The video and the article below it update the info about the Nova Star, which Bill and others might like to know. The ferry in its two years of operation never reached the numbers needed to make it profitable. So, the Nova Star will not be operating between Portland and Halifax, Nova Scotia next year. The good news is that others are negotiating with Halifax and Portland to take over and provide service. It would mean a smaller boat, one with a chance of breaking even or succeeding. As Paul Harvey used to say at the end of his broadcasts, stand by for news!
    I hope Bill and his family, including Molly, get to enjoy a ferry ride next year, when they visit Maine and some Canadian provinces.
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