Anthony Bourdain travels to Portland and Rockland, Maine for fresh seafood and more.Go to Episode
Tony visits Primo co-owner Melissa Kelly for some of her homemade specialties including a charcuterie course from her own pigs, pasta, veal and pork chops. For the finishing touches, Tony tries Maine oysters from the Damariscotta tidal river.
2 S Main St., Rockland, ME 04841
Conte's 1894 Restaurant
Conte's is the place to go for large portions of fresh seafood. Tony samples everything owner John Conte can dish up including Maine shrimp, lobster, haddock and mussels.
Commercial St., Rockland, ME 04841
Owner Dana Street and Portland fishmonger George Parr join Tony for a fresh seafood meal at Street & Co, just steps from the water's edge.
33 Wharf St., Portland, ME 04101
J's is a dark pub-like atmosphere. There are plenty of oysters for the taking, but the real stars are the Maine clams, aka steamers. Tony and Zach Zamboni enjoy some pints and a large bucket of steamers and butter.
5 Portland Pier, Portland, ME 04101
Milo Town Hall -- Bean Supper
Bean suppers are a popular charitable Saturday-evening event. The proceeds go to a local cause and the meal is donated. Tony's bean supper included baked beans with pork, red hot dogs, coleslaw, brown bread and pie.
6 Pleasant St., Milo, ME 04463