Leyland's COVID-19 guide to curbside lobster in the Portland, Maine area. Because let's face it, lobster is essential in Maine!
Like clockwork after MLK weekend, we become stir crazy in Maine and the Northeast and ready for whichever warm weather getaway we can manage. But, whether we have a sunny destination trip planned or not, we know that we have to be prepared for winter to last through the end of April. So what to do to make it through the long winter? We have put together a Portland, Maine Winter Bucket List to stay active and to not only survive the winter blues, but to enjoy the winter season!
There’s no more charming a place in the world during the fall season than Maine. We can all agree that Maine is the unofficial capital of fall foliage. We recommend using Portland as your Maine fall getaway hub, where you enjoy spectacular foliage and killer ocean views of Casco Bay, brick buildings paired with cobblestone streets, accessible hiking and orchards for apple picking, and of course, breweries. And also, don't forget that Portland was voted the Bon Appetit Restaurant City of the Year in 2018. Below are some of our favorite fall activities, breweries, restaurants, hotels, boutiques, and everything else we can...
There’s no more charming a place in the world than Maine and Portland, its largest city, is a major player in that Maine charm. While you enjoy killer ocean views of Casco Bay from a myriad of vistas around the city, brick buildings paired with cobblestone streets and of course the Mainer kindness, don't forget that Portland was voted the Bon Appetit Restaurant City of the Year in 2018 and is a national craft beer destination.