11 "Old Port" Restaurants in Portland, ME.
Mr. Tuna’s sushi stall in Public Market House (as well as their roving sushi cart) is a Portland staple for great fish.
Maps is a basement bar on Market St. where you’ll find vintage furniture, a vinyl collection your dad would envy, and plenty of beer.
There’s no shortage of ice cream shops in Portland, but Gelato Fiasco is our favorite.
When you need a family-friendly spot, or just want to sit on the water, head to Flatbread Company for some flatbread pizzas.
The Holy Donut serves 30 different flavors of potato donuts everyday, each of which is worth the inevitable wait.
Duckfat in Old Port is a tiny spot serving not-so-light dishes like poutine with duck gravy, brisket sandwiches, and milkshakes.
When you’re looking for a Portland classic where everything is cooked over a giant open hearth, go to Fore Street.
We’re not sure whether to call the Portland Hunt & Alpine Club a bar or a restaurant, but fortunately this Scandinavian spot works well as either.
Head to The Honey Paw for vinyl, cocktails, and a mix of noodle and rice dishes from across Asia.
Central Provisions in the Old Port does small plates better than most, with a wide-ranging menu and a bar downstairs.