Portland Hood Cleaning Reviews Three Seafood Restaurants in Portland, Maine June 10, 2019
The city of Portland, Maine only has about sixty-seven thousand residents as of 2017. Considered the largest metropolitan area in New England, the Greater Portland population is well over one and one half million people.
The area was originally settled in 1632 as a trading and fishing village. There have been three major fires through the years, so they have a symbol of a Phoenix rising out of the ashes.
ForeStreet, located in the Old Port District of Portland, Maine is part of a family owned bakeries and restaurants. They opened their doors in June of 1996. Using a wood-burning oven, grill and turnspit as their center feature, most of the tables can view their food cooking. Their wood of choice is Applewood and hardwood to give their food the rich flavor everyone comes back for.
ForeStreet was actually named one of the Top Fifty Restaurant’s in Gourmet Magazine in 2001 and 2006. Sam Hayward, their Chef-partner was named by the James Beard Foundation “Best Chef – Northeast”. They have over five hundred rave reviews online.
Located in the Old Port District is Luke’s Lobster. Owner, Luke Holden, is a third-generation lobsterman. He started working in the industry when he was thirteen years old. After high school, he went to Georgetown University where he earned a degree in investment banking. He took a job on Wall Street but could not find a decent lobster roll in New York.
This inspired him to open the first Lukes’s Lobster in the East Village in New York in 2009. Because the demand was so high, Luke and some partners opened their own seafood processing facility. Luke liked this because it gave them the opportunity to have quality control over any lobster they served.
Luke now spends most of his time in Maine overseeing the processing facility as well as his new restaurant. His partner Ben, oversees the thirty Luke’s Lobster locations internationally and in nine cities nationally.
Maine Oyster Company is in the West Bayside are of Portland, Maine. It got its humble beginnings in 2016 when they opened a small oyster farm in Phippsburg, Main. The plant is now on the Casco Bay in a small fishing village. They have a vision of doing retreats and events and oyster retreats at the plant. There is a seven-bedroom dancehall across the street.
Maine Oyster Company works with twenty local Maine growers to supply the ingredients on their menu. Their lobster is supplied directly from local lobsterman in Phippsburg. Their libations include signature cocktails, wine and craft beer. It is no wonder they rate a five star rating on the world wide web.
Portland Hood Cleaning Pros serves the greater state of Maine. Their team of professionals have been trained in hood cleaning to meet the National Fire Protection Association Code 96. Hood cleaning is the process of removing grease and grime that has built up in the commercial kitchen exhaust system. It is recommended a restaurant has a professional hood cleaning job done at least once a quarter.