Posted by: michael
When I was a kid . . . (Cue gentle snoring).
Ahem. When I was a kid, we used to go visit my Great-Grandmother in Groton, VT for the annual Fall Festival. At the time I ...
Categories: Boothbay Harbor, Midcoast Maine things to do, Welch House Inn
Tags: Boothbay Harbor, Burnt Island Lighthouse, Fisherman's Fest, Fishing, Light Houses, Lobster Boat Races, Maine, mcseagulls, midcoast food, midcoast Maine, Miss Shrimp, Ocean, Sailing, Welch House, Welch House Inn
If you’ve read this blog previously, or seen me in person, you know that I love to eat. And even better than just eating is eating really fantastic food.
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Categories: Boothbay Harbor, Midcoast Foodies
Tags: Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, christa bruno-rossi, davide rossi, fine dining, food, Pazze Lune, ports of italy, sante calandri
I’m going to keep this one short and sweet.
I attended the Ocean Classroom benefit yesterday at McSeagull’s, and I need to thank Ralph & Elena Smith, yet again.
Categories: Boothbay Harbor, Midcoast Foodies, Midcoast Maine things to do
Tags: Boothbay Harbor, Elena Smith, mcseagulls, Ocean Classroom Foundation, Ocean Classrooms, Ralph Smith
I can’t vouch for the rest of the country, but here in New England (and especially in Maine), not only do we eat out alot, but we also eat outside alot. Sometimes we even eat ...
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Tags: Boathouse Bistro, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, deck dining, Fisherman's Fest, harborside dining, Lobster Dock, outdoor dining, restaurants, Schooner, Schooners, Welch House, Welch House Inn, Windjammer Days
Well . . . Here it is, the end of January already.
You’re probably wondering what we do for fun during the winter. To be honest, it ...
Categories: Midcoast Foodies
Tags: 3-4-2 special, Boothbay Harbor, brunswick, Jordan's, Maine, mcseagulls, midcoast food, midcoast foodies, midcoast Maine, restaurants, thistle inn, Trattoria Athena, Welch House, Welch House Inn, winter, winter getaway