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Culinary Experiences

Sure, Maine lobster is an iconic mainstay, and it’s easy to see why, whether it’s bathed in butter or piled into a freshly crafted lobster roll. But beyond this classic catch, Maine offers a thriving food scene rich with diverse, seasonal ingredients that are hand-harvested from our fields and tides. Choose from personalized food tours, food festivals, farm- and sea-to-table restaurants, food trucks, breweries, wineries and distilleries, and so much more. Each of these experiences presents its own unique taste of Maine. So, what will you choose (and taste)?

Experience a Maine food tour through Maine Foodie Tours, serving up authentic cuisine with knowledgeable guides across the state. Tours vary in type and price to meet anyone’s desires: tours on water, land, family-friendly, 21+ tours and more. Bus, bike or walk on a Maine Brews Cruise to get a sampling of craft beverages in the Portland area. The Maine Oyster Trail, featuring 75 one-of-a-kind Maine oyster businesses, allows you to appreciate local oysters, whether you want to shuck, taste, and learn from the experts or just grab and go.

Add one of Maine’s many food-themed festivals to your calendar, honoring Maine-grown foods like hearty potatoes, wild blueberries, luscious maple syrup or fresh seafood. For a special occasion, you can plan a dinner at a farm-to-table restaurant—or literally dine at the farm for an experience that transforms with the seasons. Later, grab your drink of choice at one of our breweries, wineries or distilleries.

Perhaps you’re not a planner; spontaneous dining can be some of the best. After a day on the town, grab a dish by an up-and-coming chef from the state’s many food trucks, diverse in offerings and flavors, from street-style tacos to creative poutine.

In any case, Maine’s natural bounty, paired with our creative chefs and entrepreneurs, make for some unforgettable culinary experiences that delight the senses and expand the palate.

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  • Indulge in an unforgettable evening of culinary excellence and exquisite wines at our festive Prelude 5-Course Wine Dinner.

    Phone: 207-967-4050

    Website: www.eventbrite.com

    Address: 95 Ocean Ave , Kennebunkport

    Award-Winning Chefs Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries Local Maine Food
  • Cliff House Maine exemplifies true luxury amidst the raw beauty of coastal Maine.

    Phone: 207-361-1000

    Website: www.cliffhousemaine.com

    Address: 591 Shore Road , Cape Neddick

  • Oyster company built on community and collaboration - selling, educating, entertaining and more!

    Phone: 207-420-1400

    Website: themaineoystercompany.com

    Address: 38 Portland Street , Portland

    Restaurants, Cafes and Pubs Boating, Canoeing and Kayaking Venues
  • Monson Scoops is an ice cream shop owned by Monson General Store, serving Maine-made ice cream.

    Phone: (207) 997-3800

    Website: www.facebook.com

    Address: 16 Greenville Rd , Monson

    Local Maine Food
  • A completely new Foggy’s Pub is now open! Everyone is welcome to join us for a juicy burger, an artisan pizza, a house made entrée, a fresh salad, or a hand-crafted sandwich.

    Phone: 207.355.5515

    Website: foggbrookresort.com

    Address: 147 Lang Hill Road , Palmyra

    Caterers and Distributors Local Maine Food Maine Seafood
  • If you're looking for a fun pub open year round, you've found us! Doolin's Pub is dedicated to giving locals and visitors a place to chow down on delicious food and spend time with friends.

    Phone: (207) 268-3000

    Website: doolinspub.com

    Address: 495 Huntington Hill Road , Litchfield

    Caterers and Distributors Local Maine Food Maine Seafood

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