Social Social has posted a list of “7 dining options Portland seriously needs“.
Below, you’ll find the chasms in the Portland food scene that, if filled, would go a long way to solidifying Portland’s national reputation as the dark horse food mecca of America.
But just before we begin, if you’re wondering why this post is here in the social section, I can explain. I want to harness the very power of the Internet (AKA social media) to help make Portland a foodier paradise. Hopefully this little list will get the discussion going, leading to some real, tangible and delicious changes here in Portland, Maine.
The list is assembled for Social Social by guest blogger, Bret Willis, the author of Drunch.it.
2 comments on “7 Portland Dining Needs”
He missed two important categories:
1. High end Chinese – e.g. Blue Ginger ( http://www.ming.com/blue-ginger.htm )
2. High end Indian -e.g. ( http://www.tulsiindianrestaurant.com/ )
Here here to the high end Indian a la Tulsi and Junoon in NYC