Fresh, no-frills lobster on the dock at Three Sons, plus corn & steamed clams (best meal of the trip).
Scrumptious breakfast made right in front of you by Monica & Rock of White Cedar Inn. This was my first time staying at a bed & breakfast and it was quite different from chain hotels. Our room was cozy and clean, but the best part was the food. Clockwise from top: Tuscan scrambled eggs w/ bacon and biscuits, chocolate cheesecake bites, blueberry rhubarb cobbler, apple pie pancakes with sausage.
Portland has tons of craft breweries. We did some tours & tastings but I was relegated to tasting strawberry pop because I forgot my ID. Sigh! For dinner we went to Gritty McDuffs, a brew pub. Clockwise from top: Steak tacos, pulled-pork over sweet potato fries and maple sour cream (I give this points for creativity), lobster mac n' cheese (fantastic), fried Maine shrimp.
Purchases over the holiday weekend: $5 hat from Gap outlet, and canary yellow slingbacks from the Cole Haan outlet. They had quite the selection of sz 5 clearance shoes! These were $40 down from $280.
$12 for 13 oysters at J's Oyster in Portland (quite the deal, but quite the long wait!). Sea scallops w/ lemon & dill.
Our friend helped us take these "couple" shots. She's not a photographer, so I was very impressed by these shots!
Nick: "You have lobster in your teef"