Friday, January 29

Nosh

Nosh looks like it will open tonight. The meat-centric sandwich joint looks like it will be open until 1 a.m.

Along with the expansion at Otto, does this signal a revived late-night Portland?

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Wednesday, January 20

Micucci Grocery Co.






Photo: Rose Marasco

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The Fox News

Seriously, you can't make this stuff up.

Outside the Front Room, Portland police say that Jome Murphy, a self-employed contractor who occasionally works for Harding Lee Smith, threw fox urine at ROC protesters. As the Press Herald reports, "Murphy now faces seven assault charges (and a lifetime of backwoods humor)." Smith had this to say:
"Everyone who lives in the building was pretty irritated by [the protests.] I think everyone on Munjoy Hill is," via Portland Daily Sun.
Smith also allegedly bailed out Jome and bought him drinks at the Front Room.

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Monday, January 11

Harding v. ROC

Saturday, January 9

Friday, January 8

Now open: Sonny's

Nope, not Sonny's Variety on Commercial Congress. Sonny's is Jay Villani's latest addition to the Local 188 empire building. It's open.

Sonny's has lunch from 11-2, weekdays, and dinner from 5-10. You can reach them at 772-7774.

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Thursday, January 7

Still open: Market Street Eats

Due to a reporting error in our Tuesday edition, Market Street Eats was listed among eateries closing last year. Actually, it remains very much open at 36 Market St. and is doing quite well, its owner notes, and intends to remain so for quite some time. We regret the error, via Portland Daily Sun.

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Saturday, January 2

Is Portland Maine the most underrated?

The Washington Post's Tom Sietsema chatted about restaurants—and apparently he hasn't been keeping up with the Times or Bon Appetit:
WP: What's your vote for the most under-rated restaurant town in the country?

TS: Portland, Maine?

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Lunch at Miyake

The moment you've been waiting for: Miyake (871-9170) will begin serving lunch on January 6. (Thx Joe!).

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