The Portland Daily Sun has published an omnibus review of the 2009 year in food.
This year saw many openings, including: Papaya King, Paciarino, Bard, Mornings in Paris, Maine Bean Cafe, The Farmer’s Table, El Rayo, Grace, Binga’s Stadium Smokehouse and Sports Bar, the Salt Exchange, Peace Food Market, Otto’s, Kon Asian Bistro, the Corner Room, Shima, JPs, Veranda Noodle Bar, Linda Bean’s Perfect Maine Lobster Roll, the second floor of the Public Market House, Saigon Restaurant, GRO Organics and Po Boys and Pickles.
3 comments on “The Sun's Year in Food Review”
Mea Culpa! Market Street Eats is alive and well. Pat’s Pizza is going into their OLD location not their present one. Apologies Colin.
Margo’s column says the Food and Dining section of the Portland Press Herald has shrunk this year. Actually, we ADDED two full pages, almost unheard of in the current media economy.
And said that Emilista was a James Beard finalist. Being on the long list is not a finalist. Poorly written article. Just plain bad.