Thursday — the annual Twelve Beers of Christmas is taking place at the Great Lost Bear, and there will be a wine tasting at the Public Market House.
Friday — there will be a wine tasting at the West End Deli. It’s First Friday Art Walk, restaurants will be extra busy so make reservations in advance.
Saturday — the Winter Farmers Market is starting up. This year it’s taking place at the Urban Farm Fermentory on Anderson Street.
Sunday — In’finiti is holding cocktail and beer dinner, the American Sommelier foundation series will be featuring wines from the United States
For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.
If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.
The 10 eateries looked up most often on Portland Food Map in November were:
- Piccolo (1)
- Oscar’s New American (3)
- Hunt & Alpine (>50)
- Empire Chinese Kitchen (2)
- Salvage BBQ (5)
- Little Bigs (>50)
- Petite Jacqueline (28)
- Elsmere BBQ (7)
- Portland & Rochester (13)
- Grace (36)
The numbers in parentheses indicates their rank last month.
Peter Peter Portland Eater has reviewed Nosh.
Our meal was delicious. I was certain I was going to have a heart attack on the way out, but I knew it was going to be the happiest heart attack ever. Myocardial infarction aside, Nosh really knows their burgers and fries…
The Maine Sunday Telegram has reviewed Katahdin.
This is Portland’s premier pre-theater restaurant, where wood-oven-grilled and roasted fare is featured. Standout preparations include house-baked focaccia, butternut squash tart, steak frites, salmon, pork tenderloin and pasta. Desserts change but include wonderful home-made ice cream and a rich bread pudding. It’s also a popular destination for post-theater cocktails, supper and dessert.