What I'm drinking in... PORTLAND, MAINE!

The East Coast Portland offers a quintessentially New England experience, whether you visit in the coastal town's pleasant summer or bundle up to explore in  winter months. 


Portland is the city where you can smell the ocean while you’re shopping at small businesses that are all about thoughtful curation, while eating (another) delicious lobster roll. There’s been somewhat of an artist and food renaissance in Portland in the past few years, adding to the list of reasons to visit.
— Goop, "A Classic Maine Road Trip"


Bard Coffee

Books, brews and babes 📚☕️

Bard Coffee in Portland, Maine is a hip haven for good coffee. Founded by World & US Barista Championship head judge // coffee aficionado Bob Garver, who personally sources the direct trade, single-origin brews.

〰️ Bard’s baristas are open books about their love for the craft. 📖☕️ One barista relocated from San Diego to Maine and swears he won’t work anywhere else! 

#ExpertAlert #HomeIsWhereTheGoodCoffeeIs


185 Middle St

Portland, ME 04101

Maine’s Route 1 road trip is as quintessential New England as the West Coast’s Route 1 drive is classic California… the state’s coastline (secretly famous for being longer than California’s), is certainly worth going out your way to explore, and it’s stunning in the fall, too.
— -Goop, "A Classic Maine Road Trip"


Tandem Coffee

Craft coffee is heating up in Portland (of the Northeast!)🔥☕️

Kathleen and Will Pratt combined their barista skills from living in SF, NYC and Boston, as well as time at Blue Bottle, to bring — Tandem Coffee!

All it took was one tandem bike ride through Maine’s charming coastal town and the idea was born. Serving fresh pour-over brews in Tandem’s West End location, a retro gas station turned bakery

#DoubleTrouble #WhenTwoIsBetterThanOne


742 Congress St. 

Portland, ME, 04102