An ambitious renovation of the nineteenth-century Gothic Revival building that housed the Chestnut Street Methodist Church has led to one of Maine’s most visually stunning dining venues. A fully open kitchen sits where the altar once did, while a massive circular bar serves up cocktails inspired by the place’s history, such as the Redemption and Original Sin. The menu features the ever-popular Grace Burger, with cheddar, tomato confit, and pickled onion, and daily specials offer innovation from the kitchen.
The second act from Briana and Andrew Volk of Portland Hunt and Alpine Club, Little Giant has a similar Scandinavian look and a lighthearted vibe. The menu… Read more »
Isa (chef Isaul Perez’s nickname) has an eclectic and seasonally driven menu reflective of the chef’s background. Every dish displays close attention to detail and technique, from… Read more »
The trio behind Hugo’s—Arlin Smith, Andrew Taylor, and Mike Wiley—bring a wealth of experience and constant evolution to a name synonymous with refined dining. The beauty of… Read more »