Category Archives: Foodie Field Trips
Several months ago we enjoyed dinner at Sea 40 in Lewiston, ME. Â It was our first visit, and we were with friends, so we opted for the Hibachi table figuring it would be tasty and entertaining.
Every time I have had dinner at DaVinci’s I leave so full that dessert just isn’t an option. Â Last time we went, the whole point of our visit was to finally try their desserts with coffee for an afternoon date … Continue reading
When I visit Freeport, Maine, I always stop at When Pigs Fly to pick up a loaf of bread or two.Â I’m not sure why I haven’t written about their bread before, because it is excellent, and is available in … Continue reading
It is somewhat challenging to find places to dine when carting a 3 month old baby around, but we’re managing to find some places that we are comfortable bringing him…Â One of our recent dining adventures was at Cyndi’s Dockside … Continue reading
In celebration of our anniversary, we went out to dinner at Fuel a few weeks ago.Â We love the laid back atmosphere, friendly service, and excellent food and wine options.Â I had a glass of 2004 Bordeaux, and my husband … Continue reading
On our first visit to 84 Court Street, I ordered the spanakopita but forgot to take pictures, so I thought I’d share this picture from my recent lunch visit. The lunch serving is the perfect amount of spanakopita, served with … Continue reading
This blog post is about two months overdue, but I will blame it on my one week early baby…Â Lunch out at Mother India (with my mother and grandmother) was my last “foodie fieldtrip” while eating for two, and since … Continue reading
Last weekend we made a trip to Forage Market on Lisbon Street to attempt brunch with our little guy. This marks our second visit to the market. Last time we enjoyed coffee and chai, and and brought home some interesting … Continue reading
We love having lunch at MarchÃ©, and were excited to find out that they now offer brunch on Saturdays.Â We decided to kick-off our April vacation (or shall I say stay-cation?) weekend with a visit.
We finally tried the pizza (the Athena to be precise) at 84 Court Street and it was a delicious mid-week break from cooking! The crust was fluffier than most pizza crust we’ve had before, and the toppings were very fresh … Continue reading