Maine Chefs Favorite Recipes
We found some exceptional Maine recipes from famous Maine Inns and Chefs. Join us as we share some new and some traditional Maine favorite recipes. Please share your Maine recipes and comments. To feature your Maine restaurant in Maine’s Internet Magazine, contact us.
The Kennebunk Inn, 45 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043 | 207-985-3351
If you are searching for an historic inn with affordable class and fabulous food in southern coastal Maine - The Kennebunk Inn is the place. Beautiful beaches, nature preserves, museums, galleries, antique shops, and more. We look forward to sharing our special place in the land of the pointed firs.
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Cape Neddick Inn & Restaurant, 1273 Blue Star Memorial Highway, US Route 1, Cape Neddick, ME 03902 | 207 351 1145
The historic Cape Neddick Inn has been a Maine landmark since 1926. Cape Neddick Inn is the perfect spot for casual dining, family gatherings, romantic dinners, reunions and banquets. American Grill Cuisine is available for both the dining room and the Tavern. Extensive wine list and home made desserts. We look forward to seeing you! AAA approved, and we have received Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the year of 2012, 2013, and 2014. Open 7 nights for dinnner, open for lunch Wednesday thru Sunday. View our lunch, dinner, lighter fare, and children's menus online.
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DiMillo's on the Water, 25 Long Wharf, Portland, ME 04101 | 207-772-2216
DiMillo's is where you'll dine on lobster, clams, shrimp, scallops and fish that are absolutely the freshest on the waterfront and prepared with ingredients that enhance rather than disguise their flavors. The perfect place for dinner, weddings, parties and office functions. Simplicity, freshness and quality are the recipe for DiMillo's amazing menu choices since 1954.
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Shanna O’Hea, chef/owner of the Kennebunk Inn and its restaurant Academe Maine Brasserie & Tavern was a contestant on the Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay.” Chef O’Hea made it through the first round of elimination and challenged Flay to create a New England version of the classic French Croque Monsieur. Read the complete recipe, click here.
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