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Jewish Christmas Eve; Bob's On The Mountain; More

Kon Asian Bistro
Kon Asian Bistro
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PORTLANDNatalie Ladd of The Portland Daily Sun has the witty lowdown on "What's A Jew To Do?! Night 2012," i.e. "the ancient tradition of going out for Chinese food on Dec. 24." She and her brood will be "at Kon Asian Bistro on Brighton Avenue, oohing and ahhing over flipped shrimp tails, Samurai knife moves, and New Guy's favorite, the little oil smoking onion volcano." And thanks, Natalie, for giving props to Eater Maine's Christmas Eve/Day dining guide. [PDS]

— Skiers and boarders with a hankering for fried clams should be pumped to know that Bob's Clam Hut will open at Sugarloaf on Saturday. The 57-year-old Kittery mainstay has been featured on Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." Bob's-on-the-mountain is in the southwest corner of the Sugarloaf Base Lodge, with appropriate easy access to "The Beach." Also new this season at Sugarloaf, Mountain Waffles. [EaterWire]

PORTLANDLarry Matthews of Back Bay Grill gives short and to-the-point answers in Maine Today's "5 Questions With ..." series. What would he do with just 24 hours left in Maine? "Try to catch the surf at Kennebunk beach in the morning, go snow boarding with the family in the afternoon and then head out to dinner at Yosaku." [MT]

Back Bay Grill

65 Portland Street, Portland, ME 04101