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Harraseeket Inn Renames Restaurant; More

FREEPORT — The farm-to-table concept is getting ratcheted up at The Harraseeket Inn's restaurant, which is being renamed Maine Harvest to reflect the changes. According to The Maine Travel Maven blog, innkeeper Chip Gray and chef Eric Flynn are partnering with MOFGA and Maine Farmland Trust, "formalizing the relationship" the inn has always had with its suppliers. "The restaurant remains open as the changes evolve, with a grand opening expected in early summer." [MTM]

PORTLAND — From her new and unfamiliar surroundings in DC, Dispatch magazine blogger Ali Donohue reminisces about "5 Cool Spots To Blog In Portland, Maine." On her list: YordProm Coffee Co.; Roost House of Juice; Arabica Coffee Co.; Public Market House; Local Sprouts. [Dispatch]

KENNEBUNKFederal Jack's marks the release of its seasonal ale, Royal IPA, with a beer dinner on Friday, Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m. A sample from the six-course menu: crystal malt-crusted and Blue Fin Stout-braised short ribs, Thumper oak smoked mushroom cassoulet and fried leeks, paired with Old Thumper. Tickets are $40 and reservations are required. [Facebook]

Harraseeket Inn. [Photo: Maine Beaches/Facebook]

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