Portland in a Snap has published an update on the Port City Music Hall. According to the owner, PCMH will be opening in mid January.
This week’s Portland Phoenix has the back story on the couple that are opening an Italian food store called Paciarino on Fore Street.
A liquor license application has been filed with the City Council for a new sushi bar named Wasabi. The owners plan on building Wasabi at 7 Exchange Street in a portion of the space now occupied by Betsy’s. For more info on other Portland area culinary businesses in the works take a look at the Under Construction list.
According to an article in this week’s Forecaster Binga’s Wingas is in the process of opening a new restaurant in Yarmouth. The owner also plans on starting to package and sell a line of Binga’s sauces. Plans for the Binga’s on Congress Street are “up in the air.”
According to an article in this week’s Portland Phoenix, 6 local restaurants have pledged to serve tap instead of bottled water as part of Food and Water Watch’s Take Back the Tap campaign. This week’s Phoenix also reported that Papaya King hopes to open by mid-December and Port City Music Hall plans to debut on New Year’s Eve.
Port City Music Hall, the new performance venue being constructed on Congress Street, is now hiring.
According to this week’s email newsletter from Rabelais, Dean’s Sweets plans to open its new shop on Middle Street November 22 at 11 am. To celebrate their new neighbor’s opening Rabelais will be having a one day 15% sale on all books in the store.
On my way to breakfast this morning I spotted sheets of drywall being delivered to the orange retail space that used to house Percy’s on Congress Street. According to the workman that location is going to reopen as a coffee shop.