While touring the Portland, Maine food scene with Visit Portland, I stayed at the Westin Portland Harborview, a beautiful property in the middle of downtown. Portland is such a walkable city, and there’s no better starting point than the Westin. Just across Congress Street is the Portland Art Museum and two blocks to the left is…Read More
I know it seems like I’ve been living in Portland, Maine these days! But after my art trip with Greyhound I couldn’t resist Visit Portland’s invitation to a foodie tour of the seaside city. Portland’s culinary scene has exploded in the last few years, and it goes well beyond Duckfat and Eventide Oyster. Our first…Read More
Two weeks ago I fled the daily grind to Portland, Maine with Greyhound and saw a whole different side of the city. The Maine hub is devastatingly hip, with a growing foodie scene, art on every street corner, and craft breweries for days. It blends historic charm and contemporary amenities in the same wonderful way Boston does….Read More
I’m currently in Portland, Maine working on an exciting collaboration that I’ll reveal next week. It’s been a while since I did a solo trip, and these few days away have reminded why I love traveling alone. I’m a wildly independent person and solo travel requires all my favorite personal qualities, self-reliance, logical planning, and…Read More
In this second installment of my Ogunquit Travel Guide (see the first here), I’m covering where to eat on the road to the seaside city, and once you’re there. On the Way Up: The route up from Boston takes you through one of my other favorite seacoast spots, Portsmouth, NH. I recommend stopping for lunch at…Read More
From left to right: 1) Living for that Row 34 raw bar. 2) Snow day essentials. 3) Can’t recommend Top Dog/Underdog at the Huntington Theatre Company enough. 4) Stay tuned for seacoast art recommendations this week. 5) Can’t go to Maine without getting some lobster. 6) Basking in this semi-spring weather.