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Maine's Take-Out and Curbside Dining
When you don’t have time (or the desire) to cook at home, Maine’s restaurants, diners, cafes and bars have you more than covered. During the past several months, Maine restaurants and chefs have gotten creative when it comes to serving customers safely and ensuring they can enjoy a great meal at home or their favorite picnic spot. With a truly diverse list of take-out and curbside pick-up options throughout the state, you won’t go hungry and any cravings you have can be satisfied. It’s also a great way to continue to support local restaurants and pubs!
Portland maintains its foodie status with dozens of take-out options, with favorites like Hi Bombay, with their full menu available for take-out, or you can order online from Pai Men Miyake for ramen and sushi. Your favorite pub is offering take-out as well, including Gritty’s, Liquid Riot and Batson River Brewing.
For a complete list of all Portland’s take-out, visit the Portland Food Map.
If you’re in Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region, don’t miss out on take-out from Lewiston’s popular DaVinci’s, The Shed in Rangeley or if you’re in Farmington, grab a bite from favorites like Thai Smile and Sushi!
In The Maine Highlands, grab some curbside pick-up from Scootic In in Millinocket. In Bangor, there are many options and whatever you’re in the mood for you’ll find. Try the Harvest Moon Deli, with multiple spots in town for truly amazing sandwiches, Miguel’s Mexican Restaurant with locally-sourced favorites, or for buttery, flakey chicken pot pies and strawberry shortcake kits, get a meal to go from Dysart’s.
In MidCoast Maine, call the East Boothbay General Store for their daily to-go dinners—a complete meal for two! For some tasty seafood, grab a bowl of lobster stew or a lobster roll from Cameron’s Lobster House in Brunswick.
The County is no exception for excellent and convenient take-out. Grab a fine meal and bottle of wine to go from The Vault in Houlton, or head to the Whistle Stop in Fort Kent to pick up the day’s special.
Don’t forget to order your favorite beer or wine to-go, too. Many places across the state offer to-go orders for wine, beer and liquor. Visit Car Hop to see if your favorite wine store or brewery is offering curbside or take-out.