Exploring Portland, Maine
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Chef Erik Desjarlais wants diners at his restaurant, Evangeline, to connect to food in a whole new way.
It's a walkable, historic, and charming city with something for everyone. Start your visit in the Old Port, where cobblestone streets meet upscale boutiques.
From lobster rolls to micro brews, Portland has a rich and tasty background in local treats.
Lobstah? Ayuh? Learn the lingo of the Pine Tree state with help from illustrations in "The Maine Dictionary."
A public market, a bread company and the Old Port district are among this city's must sees.
Discover Portland, Maine — a revived seaport city that mixes its past with a vivacious present.
Explore its rocky coastline, decadent seafood, and cozy communities. Maine will surely put some spring in your step.
Looking for a cozy inn or B&B? Search Boston Globe reviews throughout New England and plan your romantic excursion.
Fine art museums can be heavy and intimidating or, like the Portland Museum of Art, they can be light, airy places of inspiration and discovery...
Digging into a delicious lobster dinner can be a challenge. Learn how to eat a lobster so you can enjoy one of Maine's most coveted delicacies. Read the story
Take an after hours look at this historic Maine outdoors store.