FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: Pepperrell Cove Group chef Henry Ares knows this particular waterfront, its history and its spirit. As his first job, in 1984, he worked in the kitchen of the old Cap’n Simeon’s Galley.
He and his wife, Eides, are now two of five total co-owners watching the Pepperrell Cove vision and revitalization finally come to life over the course of a hot Maine summer. It’s been more than a year in the making, materializing after the June 2016 two-alarm fire at Frisbee’s 1828 Market.
Provisions, The View and the cove’s ice cream window have been in operation all summer, with Frisbee’s Wharf, the outdoor restaurant on a crushed oyster shells patio, quietly opened earlier this month. Bistro 1828, in the former Frisbee’s Market building, is expected to open in the fall.