Interested in your recommendations. Looking for something with excellent and fresh sea food (lobsters, etc etc) and nice things to do while in Portland or Freeport. Will be there in August. Thanks in advance.
It is probably the best foodie destination on the east coast. Literally dozens of top tier chef owned restaurants. Don't limit yourself to the seafood places (although I'd recommend Boone's for a good experience) - check out spots like Central Provisions, Vignola, Fore Street. Flatbread Company is also a great casual afternoon spot for pizza and beer right on the harbor. Bramhall is a really great unique late night spot.
Be adventurous - walk around and go into anyplace that looks good. It probably is.
x2 on Even Tide best oyster selection around.
Gilbert's Chowder House.... down & dirty fried seafood
Blue Spoon is our go to restaurant
Mash Tun has great local beers.
Piccolo and Union are both really good.
Not much in Freeport. Wolf's Neck State park makes for a nice & easy day hike and then hit Gritty's for beer & food. I recommend the nachos.
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Not sure if anyone has started a thread like this here but I've had a hankering to build a food truck in a Defender for a while and would love to hear people's thoughts.
Maybe a pasty truck, a beer truck for private events would be great and a pizza oven truck has been done and looks good too...
I'm shopping for something to use on some longer trips. I am leaning towards this:
Any experience good or bad?
What are you using?
Being that I'm a DefenderSource FNG, I don't have much to contribute from a technical or learned perspective(yet). Selfishly, I also need more post-fodder for increased visibility on the site, so I thought I would share with the Defender community the unique perspective that I can offer: Where...