Did you see that we were featured in Maine Magazine in their 48 Hours in York + Kittery column? Magazine contributor Emma Simard wrote:
"As Saturday afternoon fades into night, we travel to Bistro 1828 at Pepperrell Cove for dinner. The staff is warm and attentive, and we are excited to be trying one of Kittery’s newest restaurants. My sister and I split a Formaggio board, polenta fries, and carbonara. Every plate has its own incredible set of flavors. As the meal comes to an end, we ask about dessert then order the special: coconut bread pudding. It is the best thing I have eaten all year. So good, in fact, that we order a second." one to take home.
Local musician Kent Allyn wrote and played this lovely song in honor of Provisions’ first year anniversary! Click the image below to view it on Facebook.
FROM SEACOAST WEDDINGS MAGAZINE: With the ebb and flow of the ocean at our doorsteps and the constant cacophony of crashing waves resounding in our every-day background, we are lucky to be able to call the Seacoast our home. Caught up in the daily bustle, we can sometimes grow numb to the beguiling views and natural magic that this place offers.
FROM COOLHUNTING.COM: Where US Route 1 veers closer to the shoreline than any other major highway, it’s often referred to as the coastal road—or the scenic route. This most certainly applies to the iconic path’s position in Maine, as it travels from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to the first coastal town, Kittery and all the way up to Canada. It’s a charming, often winding, two lanes that pass from isolated stretches of nothingness into the Main Streets of small towns.
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: There are few things like steamers by the waterfront to place you firmly in the mode of summer. Tugging the mollusks from their shells and dipping them in buttery broth is a sensation that not only primes the tastebuds, it triggers a stream of nostalgic memories of summers gone by.