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  • Congdon's

    This family-owned bakery and diner is beloved for its doughnuts, which come in unusual flavors like butter crunch, maple crème, and powdered chocol... More
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    Daytrip Society

    The brainchild of former NYC music industry execs and born-again Mainers Jessica Jenkins and Andy West, this smart three-story shop on Dock Square ... More
  • Ecopelagicon

    This nature store in Western Maine formed its ethos by combining three ideas: eco (ecology), pelagi (pelagic), and con (conservation), with pelagic... More
  • Encore

    Wooden pharmacy cabinets line the walls, and the stock includes outfits used in films. More
  • Farnsworth Museum

    Rockland, Maine, may not be thought of as the art capital of the world, but this nationally recognized museum is certainly no slouch. The collectio... More
  • Finestkind Scenic Cruises

    Finestkind Cruises has three diesel-engine vessels making as many as 15 trips a day along the Ogunquit shore of Coastal Maine. The boats—named Fine... More
  • First Farm

  • Five Islands Farm

    Near Bath, this Mid-Coast Maine farm stand and gourmet market specializes in artisanal cheese and seasonal local produce. Five Islands is a member ... More
  • Fort Foster

    The land of this 88-acre park was purchased by the federal government in 1872, eventually becoming a defense outpost for the Naval Shipyard in resp... More
  • fourTWELVE

    Opened in 2007 on Rockland’s rapidly developing Main Street, this stylish women’s clothing boutique sticks out—in a good way—in the land of jeans a... More
  • Fun-O-Rama

    Harkening back to the early 1970’s, this old-fashioned arcade sits directly on Short Sands Beach in a white, corrugated metal building with big red... More
  • Goranson Farm

    Certified organic sweet corn, potatoes, asparagus, strawberries, pumpkins, and maple syrup are just a few of the things produced at this third gene... More
  • Grafton Loop Trail

    Hike the trail for foliage views. The Appalachian Mountain club maintains the trail; contact them for maps and information. More
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    Harbor Fish

    Straight from central casting, this busy fish store on scenic Custom House Wharf, off of Commercial Street in downtown Portland, is the stuff of an... More
  • Hardy Boat Cruises

    Hardy Boat Cruises’ fleet consists of just one boat, the 60-foot-long Hardy III, which serves as both a ferry (running between New Harbor and Monhe... More

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