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Portland Destination Guide

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As the largest city in Maine, Portland is a charming blend of old and new that features historic landmarks, cultural sophistication and, of course, world-famous lobster. Founded in the seventeenth century and adorned with picturesque wooden wharves, the town quickly became a thriving port. Today, thanks in part to an aggressive revitalization project, Portland attracts a slew of tourists each year. Visitors should check out the Old Port Exchange, with its quaint shops and specialty boutiques. Other attractions include the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow House, former home of the famous writer, and the captivating Portland Art Museum, which boasts a fine collection as well as spectacular views of Casco Bay. If time allows, go whale watching aboard a Bay View Cruise. At night, grab a frothy grog at one of the local brew pubs, followed by dinner along the wharf.


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Empire Dine and Dance
575 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101

If you're looking to rub shoulders with Portland's hipster community, there is perhaps no better place to explore than Empire Dine and Dance. This venue features diverse entertainment offerings including bluegrass, jazz, blues, folk and soul performances as well as stand-up comedy troupes. Many presentations also have a delightfully refreshing interactive slant such as First Friday Salsa complete with dancing lessons. Meanwhile, Empire's Boston and Maine series combines art and live music stage productions. The atmosphere is funky new wave with some evenings featuring a crowded dance floor, while other shows may encourage laid back enjoyment of the music. For those seeking something different in their evening out in Portland, be sure to check out Empire Dine and Dance.


One Longfellow Square
181 State Street
Portland, ME 04101

One Longfellow Square has become one of the most dynamic, engaging venues for concert-friendly blues, folk and rock performances. Centrally located at the corners of Congress and State streets at the start of Portland's Arts District, this intimate concert destination has become a mainstay of the Portland music scene. Local and national favorites that have taken to the One Longfellow Square stage include blues great Duke Robillard, hard driving harmonica band leader James Montgomery, and Hot Tuna guitar master Jorma Kaukonen. This destination's atmosphere is friendly, laid back and inviting. Often, attending a performance at One Longfellow Square is like enjoying a cozy house concert.


Port City Music Hall
504 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101

Fans of progressive and indie-type music performances will find much to like about Port City Music Hall. This former Art Deco-designed department store was redesigned into one of the top music venue destinations in Portland. Just about any night of the week, Port City features top names in the punk, indie, heavy metal, and rock scenes. Several nights during the week, this destination also offers jazz and blues performances, as well. Technically speaking, this venue boasts technically advanced state-of-the-art lighting, sound and special effects capabilities which further enhance the concert experience. Attending these productions, you're likely to rub shoulders with many of Portland's hipster denizens as you enjoy some of the finest hard-driving progressive music offered in New England.


The Space Gallery
538 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101

The Space Gallery is a premier urban arts center committed to presenting new and progressive works to the Portland cultural community. A visit to this destination is a great way to become immersed in the latest and greatest offerings in the city's arts and cultural scene. Expect the unexpected here such as the Sketchbook Project which featured 10,000 artists from 60 countries who filled a sketchbook with their art and shared it with the world; Cursed New England, a multi-media examination of the region's legacy of spiritualists and naturalists; and Free Range Planets, an artistic representation of Planet Earth globes. This venue also features evening musical performances with world music themes featuring everything from rockabilly to African jazz.


INN on the Blues
7 Ocean Avenue
York, ME 03909

Blues in nearby York. This legendary live music destination is a magnet for national blues and soul performers touring the New England region. This is especially true during the summer, the top tourist season along the southern Maine coast. Featured headliners have included guitar legend Monster Mike Welch, Jay Geils of the former J. Geils Band, blues legends James Cotton and James Montgomery, and swing blues favorites The Love Dogs. This club's atmosphere encourages up close and personal enjoyment of the music, the stage is within close proximity of the audience with an expansive dance floor. It's also possible to make a full evening of it with dinner and drinks at this entertainment hot spot.


Sea Dog Brewing Company
125 Western Avenue
South Portland, ME 04106

Sea Dog Brewing Company specializes in craft ales brewed in the classic English tradition. This process is made possible through ingredients such as English two row malted barley and British premier fermenting Ringwood yeast. The result are ales which are rich, full bodied and full of flavor. Top sellers include its Old Golly wobbler Brown Ale with emphasis on a malty flavor with just a hint of hops; Owls Head Light Ale featuring a crisp, light consistency with a crisp finish; and Sea Dog Pale Ale, an English-style classic pale ale with a coppery color and welcome nutty finish. Along with its wide beer draft beer selection, Sea Dog features a diverse menu with dishes ranging from Haddock Tortilla to Green Chili Burger and Black Bean Chili.


650A Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101

Eclectic is the word that often comes to mind when describing Blue, one of Portland's most intimate live music venues. This subtly trendy club has a funky coffee house feel and, indeed, it is a hot spot with many culturally savvy artistic types. Blue prides itself on being a showcase for what is commonly referred to as "World Music." It does a great job of living up to its mission by offering acts that perform everything from Celtic to Middle Eastern and Jazz musical styles. Most of these are performers with little public notoriety. However, within their much defined spheres of influence, these musicians are true masters at their craft. Especially popular is Mark Tipton and his trio who, through their "Tip O' the Hat" series pay tribute to jazz masters who have passed on. Other regulars include Sean Mencher and his Rhythm Kings, who perform 50's style Rockabilly with particular gusto, and Matt Meyer and the Gumption Junction with their renditions of classic mountain music tunes. While listening, be sure to enjoy Blue's wide selection of Maine craft brews and their delicious cheese plates.


The Salt Exchange
245 Commercial Street
Portland, ME 04101

For both lovers of fine art and drink, The Salt Exchange has become one of Portland's top destinations. This upscale eatery's concept is to combine distinctive dining with a contemporary, artistic feel. As such, it exhibits the works of a new, selected local artist every three months. The result is an inviting atmosphere that encourages patrons to appreciate the efforts of regional artisans while enjoying some the best gourmet fare in Portland. Adding to this festive appeal, The Salt Exchange features one of New England's best selections of rare, premium bourbons, wines and whiskeys including Woodford Reserve, Blanton's Single Barrel, Tullamore Dew, and for wine, Sarl Durand Reserve Sauvignon Blanc. Equally compelling is this eatery's selection of top shelf liquors for expertly made martinis, margaritas, and other creative cocktails.


Gingko Blue
455 Fore Street
Portland, ME 04101

Upscale but far from pretentious, Gingko Blue is fast gaining a reputation in Portland for quality, relaxed jazz and blues in Portland. The atmosphere here is intimate, warm, and welcome with a subdued blue designing motif. The performing artists represent some of the best on the Portland jazz and blues scene. Among the regulars to grace the Gingko Blue stage are Tommy O'Connell and the Juke Joint Devils with their high powered jump blues, Poor Howard and Bullfrog which specializes in classic Delta blues, and The Travis James Blue Review which presents classic and original tunes for, it claims, "drinking and dancing." Be sure to check out Gingko's signature cocktails with a special Prohibition Era flavor. There is never a cover charge at the door, either.


Slainte Wine Bar and Lounge
24 Preble Street Extension
Portland, ME 04101


Centrally located near Monument Square in downtown Portland, Slainte Wine Bar and Lounge has quietly gained a strong reputation for diverse, trendy evening entertainment offerings. This place has all the charm and appeal of a local neighborhood tavern. It isn't unusual for newcomers to feel right at home at this pub soon after walking through the front door. Variety is key to Slainte's success. Live music occupies much of its events calendar with premier local groups performing everything from blues to folk to indie in a comfortable, intimate setting. Karaoke, trivia nights and open mic comedy round out Slainte's always interesting schedule. This pub also features a welcome variety of hand-crafted lagers as well as top shelf liquor and wine selections.

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