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planning a chow weekend in Portland, ME

edamame | Mar 14, 200807:48 AM

My husband and I are coming up to Portland for a relaxing and food-filled weekend. I'm overwhelmed by all the wonderful suggestions on this board and elsewhere. So far the plan is Hugo's for Saturday dinner and Duckfat for Saturday lunch. Looking to fill in the following spots:

-Friday night: driving up from Boston, we're not sure if we'll make it to Portland in time for dinner. So either need a place in Portland that's relatively casual or somewhere to stop on the way for something quick but nonetheless in the spirit of our chowish weekend.
-Saturday breakfast: light enough that we leave room for Duckfat.
-Sunday lunch: open to anything. prefer lunch over brunch.
-any other foodie destinations: markets, bakeries, great ice cream, etc.

We're open to absolutely any type of cuisine. We don't eat shellfish and we tend to like vegetarian-friendly places. We are looking to have as much deliciousness per square inch of weekend as possible. Of course, we will wander and see where the spirit takes us - but I do like to come to good food cities with a plan in hand.

What would YOU do with one eating-out weekend in Portland?

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