Review of Rosie’s

The Maine Sunday Telegram has reviewed Rosie’s.

Over the years, Rosie’s has won several best burger in Portland awards, and their burgers still rank high. This casual eatery and bar remains a congenial hangout for regulars seeking pub food and good cocktails and beer in a Cheers-style atmosphere. Stick with the array of hamburger platters, the fried chicken and the generous sandwich baskets, such as the BLT with pastrami. Pizzas, calzones and chili are also popular. There are 15 draft beers, draft cider and nightly specials. Parking is available on the street or at nearby garages.

Today’s paper also includes a farmers market/super market comparison and the first of a two part farmers markets history series.

2 Responses to “Review of Rosie’s”

  1. Nick Says:

    Unless they’re on the longest vacation ever, Spread has to be closed. Haven’t seen it open in a few weeks.

  2. Cat Says:

    I’m told by folks on that part of Commercial Street that they’ve closed.

    Old Port Spirits is aiming for opening in three weeks. The renovation done is quite stunning.