Wednesday — the Monument Square Farmers’ Market is taking place.
Thanksgiving — If you plan to eat out for Thanksgiving make your reservations now.
- Brian Boru, Thanksgiving buffet, $23.99 (children under 12 are half priced), noon – 5:30
- C-Squared, 3-course, $65 per person, 11 – 8.
- Eve’s at the Garden is serving a buffet, $55 per person, ages 6-12 $24.95 and children under 6 are free.
- Five Fifty-Five, 4-course dinner for $80 per person, there’s also a 3-course children’s dinner for $35 per person, 1-8.
- Harraseeket Inn is serving their Thanksgiving Grand Buffet.
- Old Port Tavern, $20, 3-9.
- Saltwater Grille is serving a Thanksgiving buffet, $49.99 per person, $14.99 for children.
- Sea Glass is serving their Thanksgiving Grand Buffet, $60 per adult, children 5-12 are $22, kids under 5 are free, 12-8.
- Tempo Dulu, 5 courses, $85 per person.
- Timber, 4-course dinner, $35 per person, vegetarian options available, 1-8.
- Twenty Milk Street is serving a Thanksgiving dinner.
- Union is serving 3-($55) and 5-($79) course Thanksgiving dinners, 12:30 – 8:30.
- Wayside Food Program is holding their annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Portland Club, 11-1.
- Zackery’s is serving a Thanksgiving buffet, $27 per adult, $22 for seniors, children under 10 pay their age.
- While making your own dinner plans, please consider making a donation to the Good Shepherd Food Bank to help them fight hunger in Maine.
Friday — Allagash is holding a bottle release for James and Julie, a “Flemish Sour Brown and offers an aroma of raisins, figs, cherries, and caramelized sugar”, and Oxbow is celebrating Dark Friday with all dark beers on tap and the release of the Black IPA, Snowball.
Sunday – the 4th Annual Duckfat/Oxbow Dinner is taking place.
For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.
If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.