15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Portland

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Portland

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When it comes to eating in Portland, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    If you are up for perfect sushi that's the place!Pricier than most places,but every single time it's top notch sushi.Chef's choice is my favorite,I trust it's going to be amazing every time and it is. -- Elena Us via Foursquare
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    Work up the courage to order some of the more exotic fare like chicken heart and beef tongue - everything is delicious when grilled on a stick. -- Alex Boenisch via Foursquare
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    Nice, centrally located Italian cuisine restaurant which has been in business successfully for 30 years. Two of my own Brothers know the Owning / Operating Family well. Nice bar, too. -- Michael Del Camp via Foursquare
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    The newly remodeled old standby made modern by current co-owners Andrew Taylor, Mike Wiley and Arlin Smith provides a fine dining experience unlike any other in the city. [Eater 18 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Miyake serves only fish from Maine waters or flown in from Japan. Chef Masa Miyake’s tasting menus paired with sake offer a world-class experience. [Eater 18 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Plates of house cured meats and cheeses with an Allagash White make an outstanding dinner. -- Mark Morrissette via Foursquare
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    I live in the neighborhood and wish I liked what they were doing. There is always a line on the weekend but it's just not for me. -- Derek Platow via Foursquare
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    If you're a vegan or vegetarian in the Portland area, eat here for one of the most satisfying tofu dishes imaginable. The milk teas and shakes are non dairy as well, but taste incredible. -- Joseph Kuzma via Foursquare
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    Jay Villani's latest spot brings legit Southern barbecue to Portland in a spacious, casual atmosphere. There's also a huge selection of local draft beer available by the pint, half gallon and gallon. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Fore Street was one of the first restaurants in Maine to feature an open kitchen with a wood-burning oven, grill, and turnspit and is still famous for its tight network of local food suppliers. -- Epicurious via Foursquare
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    Chef/owner Rob Evans won a James Beard Award and "Chopped" but left high-end Hugo's to concentrate on his palace of poutine and duck confit panini. The wait will be well worth it. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Authentic atmosphere, great selection and service, yummy mango items. Ask for rolls off the menu! -- Shelby Carignan via Foursquare
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