The Traveler's Journal  
Press Releases - The Traveler's Journal

Informative Press Releases for Travel

Press Release information you can use!

 

The following information is provided by the travel supplier or its public relations representative. The Traveler's Journal can accept no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of any material in this section.

Maine Spring

03-04-2016

March 2016 - The first glimmers of spring are apparent in Maine and the celebrations leading up to Acadia National Park's Centennial continue all month. In Portland, Rockland, Kennebunk and other Maine cities and towns, March is synonymous with Maine Restaurant Week, a great chance to sample affordable dining in a state where the food scene continues to explode. This is the time of year when passionate anglers get their gear ready for the opening of the fishing season on April 1. It's also a time for dedicated fishermen to book a spring or summer visit to one of Maine's classic sporting camps. 
 
For writers, editors and bloggers looking for short-lead news, you'll find immediate details under Happening Now. Those in search of longer lead news, scroll down to the Looking Ahead section.
MAINE RESTAURANT WEEK
The annual Maine Restaurant Week is when the state's best chefs get to shine and the public gets to dine at bargain prices. Running from March 1 to 12 this year, participating restaurants are offering multi-course meals at fixed prices, ranging from $25, $35, $45 and $55 per person, depending on the establishment. 
 
Several hotels, including the Portland Harbor Hotel, The Brunswick Hotel and Tavern, and the Camden Harbor Inn are offering lodging specials to pair with dining week. This year, participating restaurants can be found in Portland, South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Camden, Rockland, Lewiston, Bangor, Kennebunk and other towns around the state. For more information, visit Maine Restaurant Week.
 


[Back to Press Releases Main]