Where to Eat around The Westin Portland Harborview
Collected by Westin AFAR
Portland is Maine’s largest city. The Old Port offers beautiful views of Casco Bay and beyond. Boats dot the water and fishermen deliver fish and lobsters daily. Filled with history, the city is also known as a cultural and foodie destination.
180 Commercial St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
46 Market St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Tucked away in Portland's Arts District, the James Beard–nominated Petite Jacqueline offers comfort food in a French bistro style that has won fans among residents and visitors alike. You'll find plats du jour, carafes of wine, and fun cocktails...
608 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Green Elephant sources its ingredients as locally as possible and serves Asian standards such as stir-fry, spring rolls, and dumplings. The twist is that tasty soy meat will satisfy the carnivores in the group. Flavors of "duck" in mushroom sauce,...
101 York St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Locally sourced, authentic Mexican fare is the basis of this wonderful eating experience. I was lucky to arrive on Tamale Tuesday and was rewarded with one of the last delicious bundles in the house. Colorful flowers, retro oilcloth tables, and...
593 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Vinland claims to be "the first restaurant in the world to serve 100% local, organic food," and the owners certainly have a strong commitment to the food revolution and to bringing back sustainability into our food system. The dishes on the menu...
555 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
The award-winning Five Fifty-Five is consistently on the top lists of food writers. Chef Steve Carry has over ten successful years on the Portland dining scene. Contemporary New England cuisine is paired with a superb wine list for a winning...
86 Middle St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Old Port, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Portland, Maine is one of the oldest cities in the United States and the Old Port is where it shows. The waterfront in the Old Port continues to be a working waterfront with ferries, fishing boats, and lobster boats coming and going daily. This...
72 Commercial St #5, Portland, ME 04101, USA
I'm always looking for a spot to eat on the water when I'm in a coastal town. How great to discover the reliable Flatbread Pizza, with a menu pleasing to both kids and adults. With outside picnic tables overlooking the harbor and ferries, it's a...
649 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Local Sprouts is a cafe that says welcome. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner from wholesome, local ingredients, the menu features eggs, pancakes, soup, salads, baked goods, and entrees at very reasonable prices. Herbal teas, fair trade coffee,...
7 Exchange St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
It takes a lot to to get me to eat a donut. I just find it too hard to justify. Well, bite my tongue. When I heard about the mashed potato donuts at Holy Donuts my willpower took a dive. Add to that flavors like pomegranate, coffee brandy, dark...
685 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102, USA
Come early for brunch and stay late for tapas at this popular neighbourhood restaurant with a farm-to-table ethos that's fed by a team of local farmers, foragers, and fishermen. Brunch favourites include the huevos rancheros and Serrano bagel...
77 Free St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Binga's 'wingas' are a local legend in Portland, and if you're seeing a concert or watching a game at the nearby Civic Centre, pre-gaming at Binga's sports bar is a must-do. Wingas come gluten-free, smoked, and even served with a flight of sauces—...
703 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102, USA
Head to Hot Suppa for a warm welcome and American classics made from scratch with local, seasonal ingredients. A favorite on the casual menu is the fried green tomato BLT. Daredevil diners should consider the Nashville Hot Chicken (warning: It's...
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