The process of converting all the past blog posts into the new system will take some time. I will chip away at it as time allows. In the meantime you can read the posts from August 2007 here.
Maple’s Organics have opened a second location. They’re located on Middle street in the same building as Anthony’s Italian Kitchen and Videoport.
There’s a new review for Food Factory Miyake, Portland’s newest sushi house. Also, several eateries located on Peaks have been added to the map: Jones Landing, Peaks Cafe, Peaks Island House and The Inn on Peaks Island. They join other island-based restaurants, Cockeyed Gull and Diamond’s Edge.
Uffa! served their last meal today, and with regret I’ve removed them from the map. They’re scheduled to open their new venture The Frog and the Turtle, a gastro-pub in Westbrook sometime in mid-September. Kim’s Sandwich Cafe was added to the map.
Morrison’s Maine Course, a chowder house, has opened its doors on Temple street. A new review for Bibo’s Madd Apple Cafe was added. Several additional entries were added to the Non-edibles>>Publications section.
New reviews for Andy’s Old Port Pub, Ribollita, Vignola and Maria’s Ristorante were added.
New reviews for K. Horton Specialty Foods, Bonobo,and Local 188 were added, and there was yet another new review for Bresca. All sections and subsections now link to the items they contain. Address, phone number, and a link to Google Maps are in place most places listed on the map.
New reviews for Bresca and the Commercial Street Pub were added, as was a new entry to the Non-Edibles>>Blogs section for the Rabelais Books Blog.
Chaba Thai Cuisine II added; several new reviews were added; comments and rankings of entries for La Familia and Daily Thymes.
After many months of research and construction, the site is officially launched!