Portland, Maine

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Eventide Oyster Company
9
$$
American
7 reviews
Pass a languid afternoon sampling 19 different bivalves (including 10 from Maine) and a shellfish-friendly wine list that includes Txakoli, Grüner Veltliner and Muscadet — Tasting Table
Fore Street Restaurant
9
$$$
American
6 reviews
The daily rotating menu highlights Maine's seasonal haul, and simple, wood-fired preparations let natural flavors shine. — Tasting Table
Hugo's
8
$$$
American
6 reviews
At Hugo's, chef-owners Mike Wiley and Andrew Taylor present avant-garde farm-to-table cuisine. — Gayot
Central Provisions
8
$$
American
5 reviews
The tapas-style menu celebrates both land and sea, with spicy beef salad, Maine fried oysters and green garlic gazpacho. — Tasting Table
Duckfat
8
$$
American
6 reviews
Beloved bistro serving hand-cut Belgian-style fries with curried mayo, truffled ketchup, and other gourmet sauces, plus amazing poutine (Canadian-style fries with cheese curds and gravy). — Frommer's
East Ender
8
$$
American
3 reviews
The best brunch in town (in my opinion) nails a delicate balance of sweet, savory, and experimental in a room that’s laid-back and welcoming — Frommer's
Street and Co.
8
$$$
American
3 reviews
Located in the heart of the charming cobblestoned Old Port, Street and Co. takes simple seafood and through some magical act of alchemy creates foodie gold.  — Frommer's
Emilitsa
8
$$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Set among the many hip pizza and taco spots in Portland's Art District, Emilitsa is an oasis of refinement. — Gayot
The Grill Room and Bar
7
$$$
American
2 reviews
Good food served unpretentiously — Frommer's
Becky's Diner
7
$
Diners
4 reviews
You won't find a more local or unfussy place—or one that is more abuzz with conversation at 4 am—than this waterfront institution. — Fodor's
Flatbread Company
7
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
Families, students, and bohemian types gather at this popular New England chain flatbread-pizza place — Fodor's
BaoBao Dumpling House
7
$$
Asian
3 reviews
Located in a historic townhouse in Portland’s West End, BaoBao serves asian inspired comfort food, namely the best dumplings in town. — On the Grid
Drifters Wife
7
$$
American
3 reviews
Natural wines from a carefully curated list make a suitable match for ambitious New American small plates on the daily changing menu at this wine bar at the foot of Munjoy Hill — Zagat
The Lobster Shack at Two Lights
7
$$
American
2 reviews
The Lobster Shack closes in the winter and reopens every March, after which locals and tourists alike flock here for the fried seafood and rustic lobster dinner. — Gayot
Miyake
7
$$$
Japanese
2 reviews
Chef Masa Miyake's restaurant space in the Old Port is a dramatic change from his former little spot on Spring Street — Gayot
Standard Baking Co.
7
$$
Bakeries
4 reviews
Its dining culture gets much of the attention, but Portland also boasts a wonderfully inventive bakery scene — Tasting Table
Hot Suppa
7
$$
American
3 reviews
A great family place and a popular local neighborhood hangout, Hot Suppa! serves up comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at affordable prices. — Frommer's
Grace
7
$$$
American
2 reviews
The sanctuary of an 1850s Gothic Revival church is the soaring location for this high-end American behind City Hall and Merrill Auditorium — Zagat
The Gelato Fiasco Old Port
7
$
2 reviews
Proper Italian gelato and sorbetto here comes in traditional flavors, as well as more offbeat varieties like molasses peppermint stick, Wild Turkey bourbon, Girl Scout cookie, Vietnamese coffee. — Fodor's
DiMillo's On The Water
7
$$
American
2 reviews
Fresh seafood and meats served aboard a floating restaurant with soothing harbor views in the heart of Portland’s Old Port. — Gayot
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