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March 25, 2005


laura @ cucina testa rossa

don't miss out on Kennebunkport, Maine's White Barn Inn. It is absolutley the best meal I've ever had in the US. Comparable to l'Ambroisie in Paris. simply spectacular.

Steve Plotnicki

That's quite a claim. We actually stayed in the White Hart Barn three summers ago (maybe four) and we had a reservation for dinner. But when we heard that men had to wear jackets in the dining room, we opted out and wore shorts to the Ogunquit Lobster Pound. Not sure when we will be going to the Kennebunkport area again, as we preferred the Maine coast from Portland to points north. We are going to spend three or four says up there this summer.


For Maine destination dining, I highly recommend Primo in Rockland. Melissa Kelly has locally-sourced (some from her own gardens and her own pigs) and seasonal down and done right with courage and integrity. Fine dining without attitude. I've heard that after a meal at a good restaurant you say: "that was good." After a meal at an extraordinary restaurant you say: "life is wonderful." I feel that way every time I dine at Primo.

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