What is Your Lobster IQ?

Everything you ever wanted to know about lobster! (Or almost everything!) Today, many people consider lobster a delicacy.  In fact, you have to pay dearly for a really good lobster feast.  However, lobsters were once so plentiful that Native Americans used them as fertilizer and fish bait!  Also, in Colonial times they were considered poverty
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Where in the World is ‘Taint Town”?

Here’s a hint: It ain’t Kennebunk. And it ain’t Kennebunkport. But you won’t find ‘Taint Town on a map anywhere. The only way to find it is to ask a local how to get there. Those who’ve been around a while will tell you ”Taint Town is the place where the lines of the two
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Rick’s Restaurant Raves – Part 4

Joshua’s Restaurant – Wells, Maine A well-known food writer recently praised Joshua’s Restaurant as “Worthy of a long drive.” fortunately, this award-winning restaurant is just a short drive south from the Captain Lord Mansion, Kennebunkport, on Route 1 in nearby Wells. The 1774 dark brown Colonial may look austere on the outside, but as the
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Rick’s Restaurant Raves – Part 3 :: Cape Porpoise Favorites

Pier 77 and the Ramp – Cape Porpoise If you’d love a dining experience where the view rivals the food for “spectacular,” head just a few miles east of Kennebunkport, out Route 9, to the tiny, picture-postcard village of Cape Porpoise. At the very end of the Pier Road, you’ll find Pier 77 Restaurant, overlooking
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Rick’s Restaurant Reviews – Part 2

Hurricane Restaurant- Dock Square, Kennebunkport All shopped out? Time for a break? You’re in luck – right in the middle of Dock Square, Hurricane Restaurant serves innovative and delicious American cuisine with a magnificent view overlooking the tranquil Kennebunk River. It’s open for lunch and dinner year round, except for a short hiatus in January.
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