Tuesday — the Maine Food Means Business Conference kick’s off in Freeport.
Wednesday — The Holy Donut’s new location on Exchange Street will be opening at 7am, it’s the second day of the Maine Food Means Business Conference, and the Monument Square Farmers Market is taking place in the morning.
Thursday — It’s Halloween there will be a Hallowine tasting at Aurora Provisions, Taste Tours will be leading a trick or treat tour of the Old Port, and Hugo’s will be serving a Halloween Curiosities Dinner.
Friday — it’s the start of Portland Beer Week, see portlandbeerweek.org for a full calendar of the all PBW activities taking place November 1-10. There will be a wine tasting at the West End Deli and it’s the November edition of First Friday Art Walk.
Saturday — the Maine Brewers Festival will be held at the Expo, LeRoux Kitchen and Browne Trading are holding wine tastings, and the Deering Oaks Farmers Market is taking place.
Sunday — Petite Jacqueline kicks off their fall movie night series with a screening of Entre Les Bras.
Winter Farmers Market — the Winter Farmers Market will be starting up on December 7. This year they’ll be located at the Urban Farm Fermentory on Anderson Street in East Bayside.
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.
One comment on “This Week’s Events: Maine Food Means Business, The Holy Donut, Halloween, Portland Beer Week”
We will be hosting a Stillwater Artisanal Ales brunch on Sunday, November 2 from 10-3. Brian Strumke, owner of Stillwater, will be joining us.