Tuesday – a new business called Jonesin’ is holding a pop-up at Fork Food Lab. Jonesin’s serves “Jamaican inspired cuisine with Asian influences”, and Brian Ross, the creator of Quarantine Kitchen, will be participating in a Maine Voices Live interview.
Wednesday – Oxbow Brewing is hosting a Fermentation Fair organized by The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture.
Thursday – Wayside will be serving a 4-course prime rib dinner, and Yes Yes Pizza will be holding a pop-up at Howie’s Pub, and the owners of Monte Rio Cellars will be at Lorne Wines for a smash burger and wine event.
Friday – May 1 – the 4th Maine Seaweed Week will be taking place.
April 27 – the regular Portland Farmers’ Market season begins on Wednesday April 27th in Deering Oaks Park. The market has been in operation since 1768.
April 27-29 – the Northeast Aquaculture Conference & Exposition is taking place in Portland.
May 2 – Death & Co will be taking over the bar at the Hunt & Alpine Club.
May 4 – Chaval is holding a Star Wars themed May the Fourth dinner.
May 25 – the debut of Season 5 of the Netflix show Somebody Feed Phil. Season 5 includes an episode shot in Portland, Biddeford and the Midcoast.
June 13 – The 2022 Beard Foundation Awards gala is taking place in Chicago. Five Maine chefs and restaurants are contenders for this year’s awards.
July 21 – Magnus on Water chef Ben Jackson will participating in the Outstanding in the Field series with a dinner at Glidden Point Oyster Farm in Edgecomb.
July 23 – Chaval chefs Ilma Lopez and Damian Sansonetti will participating in the Outstanding in the Field series with a dinner at Dandelion Spring Farm in Bowdoinham.
September 3 – Tender Table is holding their 2nd Annual Food & Art Fair in Congress Square Park.
October 9 – the Maine Cheese Guild is holding Maine Open Creamery Day.