Portland is known for its extensive dining scene, so you'll have no trouble finding your favorites or trying out some local classics. Here are a few dining recommendations, but there truly is no shortage of delicious food to try during your stay.
Eclectic restaurant serving small plates & cocktails in a rustic, brick-walled setting.
Small European-leaning sandwich shop & cafe known for its duck-fat Belgian fries and milkshakes.
Eventide Oyster Co.
Tiny, busy seafood joint with a raw bar, lobster rolls & creative New England fare, plus cocktails.
Fore Street Restaurant
This rustic spot's open wood-fire grill, oven & spit lend smoky flavors to upscale American fare.
If you're a beer-lover then Portland is the place for you.
Shipyard Brewing Company // 86 Newbury Street, Portland, ME 04101
Allagash Brewing Company // 50 Industrial Way, Portland, ME 04103
Bissell Brothers Brewing Company // 4 Thompsons Point #108, Portland, ME 04102
Sebago Brewing Company // 211 Fore Street, Portland, ME 04101
Rising Tide Brewing Company // 103 Fox Street, Portland, ME 04101
Bunker Brewing Company // 17 Westfield St, Portland, ME 04102
Shopping and dining district of Portland known for its cobblestone streets, 19th-century brick buildings, and fishing piers.
Portland Head Lighthouse
Iconic, circa-1791 lighthouse & museum on rocky, scenic coastline in Ft. Williams Park.
Quaint Casco Bay island with small-town charm, bike & kayak rentals, museums & historic sites.
Portland Museum of Art
Portland's premiere art museum known for its paintings by Winslow Homer, Andrew Wyeth & Edward Hopper.
Grassy harborside reserve with scenic walking paths, play areas, and tennis & basketball courts.
The closest airport to our venue is Portland International Jetport, located two miles west of downtown Portland.