Sweets & Meats Market

11/4/2011 - The list of food destinations in South Rockland seems to be growing by the day, and one of the latest and best is Sweets & Meats, a gourmet food market located practically across the street from the Public Landing and downstairs from the offices of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors… SEE MORE

New Camden Restaurant from a Favorite Local Chef

24/2/2011 - Boaters pulling into Camden have no shortage of watering holes to choose from, whether they’re looking for dockside drinks or New England-style pub fare and brews served in Mason jars. But for nearly three years sailors and yachtsmen in search of a more refined culinary experience have been making the… SEE MORE

Empire Tea & Coffee, Newport

14/8/2010 - The comfortable seating, delicious food and drink and free WiFi bring in locals and visitors alike. You will find the work of local artists on display at Empire. Check the board for upcoming poetry readings and live music. They have a few iMac's for those that may have left their… SEE MORE

Paolina’s Way

11/8/2010 - Turning the ordinary into the extraordinary is practically a stock-in-trade for Camden restaurants. Take Paolina's Way, an alley-side eatery that turns out gourmet pizzas fit for the grandest occasion. The recipes used in the wood-fired oven here have been passed from generation to generation, and diners are the better for… SEE MORE

Market Basket, Rockport

27/7/2010 - It’s a bit of a walk if you arrive by boat, but a trip to the Market Basket for some baguettes, the latest New York Times, and a few choice provisions is worth the trip. The sandwiches are some of the best in the midcoast, encompassing everything from a reuben… SEE MORE
Shepherd's Pie is a short walk up the hill from Rockport Harbor

Shepherd’s Pie, Rockport

27/7/2010 - No one wants to mess with a good thing, which is why people were worried when chef Brian Hill said he was opening a pub in Rockport village in early 2010. Never mind that Hill promised to keep his infamous Camden bistro, Francine, intact and would actually somehow maintain a… SEE MORE