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Help! Travelling to Portland, ME

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My 3 siblings and I are having a reunion June 22-29 in Portland.  We've chosen a large home near Harpswell, ME on the water.

 

I would like some ideas on restaurants to visit and any other ideas for 7 tourists for a week.  We are willing to travel a little for a day trip or two.

 

Thanks in advance...

post #2 of 7

Dinner at the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck would be one suggestion. Great views and decent food. I'm heading to Portland for a wedding in April and might have more for you after that trip.

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Dinner at the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck would be one suggestion. Great views and decent food. I'm heading to Portland for a wedding in April and might have more for you after that trip.

Thank you.  Enjoy the wedding.

 

Larry

post #4 of 7
We like Duckfat for a fun casual lunch on the fly, small but tasty menu. Be prepared for a bit of a wait however.
post #5 of 7
on the way down to prout's neck (in cape elizabeth, a little south of portland) is two lights lobster shack - great spot for lunch.

kennebunkport might be a good day trip

for donuts
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frosty's in brunswick (near harpswell) and congdon's in wells (down biddeford way)

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Great ideas...  I am really looking forward to the visit.  I was up there a few tears ago and saw Acadia, etc. and enjoyed it.

 

Thank you...........

post #7 of 7
I've always wanted to visit Monhegan Island - i think it's a couple of peninsulas (boothbay h.) and a nice boat ride over from harpswell...


http://www.monheganwelcome.com/index.html
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