Maine’s 10th Restaurant Week March 1-12, 2018

Maine has become a hot foodie destination in recent years. Portland, Camden and Kennebunkport have attracted top chefs and top dining reviews. Maine has also become a place for food fests, like Harvest to the Harbor each fall, the Kennebunkport Festival each spring, and Maine Restaurant Week in March – now in Year 10. Here’s your invitation to see and taste the best plates of the Pine Tree State with special multi-course price-fixed menus at Maine’s best dining spots. This fun food fest is sponsored by our friends at Maine mag, they also put on the Kennebunkport Festival June 5-10, 2018 – these artistic & editorial folks are passionate about promoting Maine cuisine!

Prices for Maine Restaurant Week are typically $25, $35 and up to $45 for three courses, not including beverages, tax or gratuity. What’s fun about Restaurant Week, besides the delicious cuisine at Maine’s best restaurants, is meeting fellow foodies in your travels. You can dine out nightly and meet new people who share your passion for fine food and wine, also to try new venues like Cliff House Nubb’s and Tiller, and the usually too-pricey White Barn Inn.

Maine Restaurant Week is March 1-12, 2018 with creative menus focused on Maine sourced, locally grown and farm raised food, fresh Maine lobster and seafood and artisan cheeses, and often local wine and beer pairings suggestions. Maine has lots more than just blueberries and potatoes as native food to rave about. So eat, drink and be merry during Restaurant Week in Maine at these great dining spots:

Cape Porpoise bouys used for nautical decorKennebunkport & Kennebunk Restaurants:
Stripers Waterfront at the Breakwater Inn & Spa – Kennebunkport
The White Barn Bistro at the White Barn Inn

Ogunquit and Cape Neddick Restaurants:
Nubb’s Lobster Shack & The Tiller – at the Cliff House – Cape Neddick– Ogunquit

Casco Bay FerryPortland & Cape Elizabeth Restaurants:
Back Bay Grill – Portland
Boone’s Fish & Oyster Room, and the Grill Room and Corner Room – Portland
Bonobo Pizza – Portland
Cumberland Club – Portland
Davids Davids 388 and Davids Opus – Portland
DiMillos On the Water – Portland
El Rayo Cantina & El Rayo Taqueria Portland
Eve’s at the Garden Portland
Evo Kitchen & bar – Portland
Five Fifty-Five – Portland
Good Table Restaurant – Cape Elizabeth
Hot Suppa – Portland
Liquid Riot – Portland
Little Tap House – Portland
Local 188 – Portland
Petite Jacqueline – Portland
Portland Meatball Co – Portland
Portland Pie Company – Portland
Ri Ra Irish Pub – Portland
Ribollita – Portland
Sea Glass Restaurant – Inn by the Sea- Cape Elizabeth
Solo Italiano – Portland
Sonnys – PortlandSur Lie Restaurant Portland
Twenty Milk Street Portland
Union at the Press Hotel – Portland
Vignola Cinque Terre – Portland
Walters – Portland
Zapoteca Restaurante Y Tequileria – Portland

Freeport, Falmouth & Yarmouth:
1912 Café – Freeport Bueno Loco -Falmouth
Gather – Yarmouth
Royal River Grillhouse – Yarmouth
Tuscan Brick Oven Bistro Freeport

Cuckholds LighthouseBrunswick, Lewiston & Camden Dining:
Brunswick Tavern – Brunswick
Natalies at Camden Harbour Inn – Camden
Francine Bistro – Camden
Hartstone Inn – Camden
DaVincis Eatery – Lewiston
Fish Bones American Grill – Lewiston
Fuel Restaurant – Lewiston

Lakes & Mountains:
Forks in the Air Mountain Bistro – Rangeley
El El Frijoles- Sargentville

See our Maine Lodging Guide for overnight hotels and Maine’s best BnB’s to stay at during your Foodies Tour of Maine

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