Drink Up and Get Happy has reviewed the happy hour at Portland Patisserie,
It’s a great vibe at the Patisserie and we love a place that is perfect to grab breakfast and lasts right through till dinner. The only thing that would add to the Parisian feel are some bistro tables outside to sit and sip our beverages.
the Press Herald has reviewed City Deli,
The line is sometimes long at City Deli, but it always goes quickly as it’s a well-staffed and well-oiled team. The food court at One City Center isn’t particularly hip or “of the moment,” but it’s comfortable and the food at City Deli makes it a destination for not only those of us who work in the building but a whole mess of Portland High School students and local workers of all kinds.
The Blueberry Files has reviewed brunch at Terlingua, and
The french toast transcended a lot of other versions that are just egg-coated bread. This was custardy on the inside and as you can see, it came covered in fruit, which helped to add interest and keep the dish light.
both Peter Peter Portland Eater and The Golden Dish have reviewed Scales.
The lobster bisque isn’t the typical Sherry-laced butter-rich cup of soup that is the standard in Maine. Instead the lobster stock is intense, spiked with an acidic touch of tomato and tastes of the sea with a big chunk of lobster meat floating within. Served with the kitchen’s house-made crackers—everything is made from scratch here—it’s a marvelous cup of soup.