The Golden Dish and Peter Peter Portland Eater have reviewed Solo Italiano,
We should welcome Solo Italiano to our fold of Portland dining because it’s time has come. The cooking is quite sophisticated with a true lightness of being that completely embraces the eternity of fine dining. [TGD]
the Press Herald has reviewed Portland Mash Tun,
Mash Tun is a relaxed, 40-seat bar on Wharf Street in Portland with 18 rotating drafts including anchor breweries like Bissell Brothers, Foundation, Maine Beer Co., Rising Tide, Allagash and Oxbow almost always on tap. There’s a $6 grass fed burger, other bar food, and $5 mimosas every day.
and Drink Up and Get Happy has reviewed Sonny’s.
Sonny’s is a great place and their happy hour just gives us one more reason among many to go visit it. Don’t worry if happy hour segues right into dinner. They’ve got you covered. Go check them out. You’ll soon find yourself there much more often.
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John Golden refers to gnocchi as pasta. It is a dumpling.
Any idea why there was no review in the Telegram today?
The Sunday paper had a Summer Arts Preview in place of the Audience section where the review usually appears. I expect the review will return next week.
Gnocchi: Italy’s Famed Potato Dumpling. A classic Italian pasta, these pillowy potato dumplings make for a hearty meal no matter how you serve them: baked with creamy cheeses, sautéed with wintery veggies, dressed in a tangy tomato sauce… you name it.