Dining Suggestions For a Tourist From A Bangor Foodie Group
Scrolling Facebook and I saw a group called Bangor area restaurants and foodies. Ah, food. So of course, I stopped and read. And yes I was at work as I read the post.
April Mackinlay wrote:
In about a week a friend and I will be on a trip to Bangor ME. We would love to know about great places to eat within 30 minutes. We sent cards to the Lost kitchen but didn't get called I'm heartbroken thank you in advance just FYI we are from Pennsylvania so this is a major trip for us and we're all in to try the best places
When I saw the thread, there were 148 comments. I’m sure there are more suggestions now. Here's the link. But, ‘way to go’ Bangor helping out somebody from away and letting them know what you like and don't like about Bangor restaurants
Some people had one-word answers some people had lists of places to go for fine dining, lobster rolls, and hamburgers suggestions for all kinds of places to eat in Bangor.
There were even comments from owners of restaurants suggesting to April and her friend eat at their place. Why not? It's Facebook and a Foodie group. Toot your own horn. What a great place to do it in the Bangor Restaurant and foodies group.
A helpful tip let the visitor know that Lost Kitchen has lunches available outside their restaurant for pick up, as well as a farm store on-site…and you don’t need to have a reservation for that.
If someone visiting Maine asked you for suggestions on where to eat, I bet you could come up with some helpful suggestions.
And thankfully, that is just what the followers of the page did too.
Nothing like a good meal. Save room for dessert.
Enjoy every meal you have when you visit Bangor April. And when you get back home it would be nice to read your opinion and reviews of all the restaurants you visited during your vacation in Bangor
Here's a random list of outdoor places to eat in Bangor Brewer