We wrote the book, on eating in Maine.

“Eating in Maine: At Home, On the Town, and On the Road” is our guide to Maine dining, from the traditional clam shacks of the coast, to the best comfort food known only to locals, to the irresistible international cuisine exploding statewide. 288 full color, beautifully photographed pages, from Lobster Fra Diavolo to Amato’s Italian Sandwiches, let us guide you across the state and through the seasons. Available on Amazon.

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