After some delay, Port City Music Hall has opened for business. According to PCMH’s blog, State Senator Justin Alfond was a great help in getting their liquor license. The music hall is currently operating on a 30-day temporary license.
Papou’s Kitchen is now open for business. They offer a short menu of gyro and falafel wraps.
I was in the Old Port today for lunch at Paciarino (an excellent meal of goat cheese ravioli) and spotted this Stop Work order in the window of Wasabi, a new sushi restaurant (not) being constructed at 7 Exchange Street.
John Robinson, who sold Hugo’s to Rob Evans in 2003, is revamping Finch’s, his Falmouth restaurant, as Johnny’s Bistro & Bar.
“The space is bright and spacious – obviously much more so than the cart that the company had been operating in Deering Oaks Park this summer. According to the staff, they opened up last Thursday (1/8/09) and were still working out their menu and signs.”
The Borealis Breads Bakery & Bistro is scheduled to open today. Governor Baldacci will be on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 am.
PeRx-U-Up Cafe is now open in the first floor of the InterMed building.
Joe’s New York Pizza has opened for business on Fore Street in the location formerly occupied by Granny’s Buritos.
Loco Pollo quietly opened for business on Tuesday. The long awaited restaurants, serves tamales and soups as well as chicken and beef dinners.
The Miss Portland Diner had a test run yesterday with friends and family. They are scheduled to open for breakfast this morning at 6 am.