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The 18 Essential Maine Restaurants, October 2012

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Presenting Maine's updated Eater 18, your answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant ?" This highly elite group covers the entire state, spans myriad cuisines, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs. Every few months, we'll be adding pertinent restaurants that were omitted, have newly become eligible (restaurants must be open at least six months), or have stepped up their game.

New to this update: Duckfat, Eventide, Mache Bistro, Natalie's, Street and Co. and Zapoteca.

For those of you readying the pitchforks because your favorite restaurant isn't on the list, wouldn't it just be more productive to leave your thoughts in the comments? State your cases for (or against) restaurants in the comments or through the tipline.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

The Black Birch

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Fore Street

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J's Oyster

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Solo Bistro

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El Camino

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Robert's Maine Grill

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Primo Restaurant

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Vignola Cinque Terre

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Petite Jacqueline

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King Eider's Pub

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Street and Co.

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Mache Bistro

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Natalie's

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Eventide Oyster Co.

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Zapoteca

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Duckfat

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The Black Birch

Arrows

Fore Street

J's Oyster

Solo Bistro

El Camino

Robert's Maine Grill

Primo Restaurant

Vignola Cinque Terre

Miyake

Petite Jacqueline

King Eider's Pub

Street and Co.

Mache Bistro

Natalie's