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Thanks, Maine Today, for including Maine Foodie Tour gift certificates in your top 13 Maine Gift Ideas for the holidays:  http://mainetoday.com/…/give-adventures-not-junk-last-minu…/

Thank you for the coverage of our innaugural tour in Rockland: http://freepressonline.com/main.asp?SectionID=52&SubSectionID=78&ArticleID=36074

MFT expands to Rockland, ME.  Check out the "Juice Conference" in Rockland, November 13-15 and join our free foodie tour as we launch in Rockland!  Visit: www.juiceconference.org.

Thank you to the Inn by the Sea for selling our culinary tours with your beautiful rooms and for sending the reporter for Travel and Leisure on a tour with us.  Featured in November, 2014 issue of Travel and Leisure

Recently featured in TastetrekkersNorthshore Magazine the Boston Sunday Globe, and  Forbes Magazine

Thank you, Newark Star Ledger, for recommending MFT in your Weekend Getaways: A Tale of Two Cities (featuring Portland and Ogunquit)   A Tale of Two Cities

Limited time for vacation travel led Brianna to write her blog, The Casual Travelist and we thank her for this nice write up:  Taste Portland, Maine 

NECN promoted Portland on their Getaways segment with MFT. Thank you for the opportunity to showcase the culinary and brewing talents from Piccolo, Vervacious, Urban Farm Fermentory and Dean's Sweets in a fast-talking 2-minutes. 

Thanks to all the talent at SCORE here in Portland and for this nice recognition:  http://www.pressherald.com/2014/06/20/portland-chapter-of-score-honors-8-maine-businesses/

Thanks to Maine Biz for running the story of local award winners: http://www.mainebiz.biz/article/20140620/NEWS0101/140629999

Thank you, Taste Trekkers, for interviewing us on the Maine food scene:  http://tastetrekkers.com/pamela-laskey-maine-food-tours/

Thank you, "Maine Women" magazine for selecting MFT as a featured Success Story in your April, 2014 issue, Success Stories; Meet Some Key Players on the Entrepreneurial Scene

Thank you, Food and Beverage Magazine, for promoting our culinary tours this Fall.

Forbes suggests some great ways to enjoy Portland, including MFT.

Plan your travel itinerary, including a MFT, wtih the help of Fathom Travel Guide.

Lots of great food tours in New England to enjoy, including MFT featured in the Boston Sunday Globe Travel Section

Global Living wrote a marvelous article on Inn By The Sea and inlcuded us and a few of our partners.

Mainetoday.com features some great photos of our Bikes and Brews tour.

Amtrak's Downeaster and Maine Foodie Tours team up for a great giveaway.

NECN follows us on a Portland Culinary Tour as a perfect one-day-trip for New Englander's seeking a "staycation."

Portland Press Herald annouces our new Trolley Tour in Kennebunkport.

Kristin Fuhrmann-Simmons from SeacoastOnline.com has great things to say about the new Kennebunkport Trolley Tour.

Destinations Magazine features Maine Foodie Tours as thier pick of things to see in Maine!

See us in Down East Magazine's choices of for "The Gift Of Maine."

AOL Travel names us as one of the Top 9 "Best Foodie Tours" in the country!

Pursuitistssuggest a “Taste of Maine” 2-night culinary getaway, staying at the beautiful Inn by the Sea in Cape Elizabeth with dining at the Sea Glass restaurant and a walking tour with MFT. A foodie summer

Thank you Keep Me Current.com for writing, “Maine Foodie Tours will bring out the food lover in everyone. They specialize in showcasing all the award-winning, nationally recognized food that Maine has to offer.” 10 Things to Do

Thanks to Eat,Drink, and Be Merry for including MFT in the blog for the 20-something sect. Our tour guest, Sabrina took some great photos to share.
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A special thanks to Ed Wetschler, Executive Editor at Tripatini.com for joining us on a culinary walking tour then writing such a nice story on Portland! It’s great to see our friends at Lucky Catch, the Inn by the Sea, Horton’s Gourmet Foods, Gritty’s, and the Salt Exchange all receiving such glowing remarks. We are glad he experienced the real Portland on his visit to Maine. Check it out

Founder of WeekendWalk.com, Jamie Stringfellow, travels to her home state of Maine to share three car-free ways to explore the coastal city of Portland. Thank you for including Maine Foodie Tours in your top 3, Jamie. Check it out

Thanks again to the USA Today Travel Tips for including Maine Foodie Tours. This article sites Portland as the “Best Summer Vacation” according to the top 2011 readers of “Yankee” magazine. The L.L. Bean’s flagship store, Portland’s nightlife and harbor views and a multitude of outdoor activities all add to the region’s appeal. Check it out

We would like to thank Ellen Albanese from the Society of American Travel Writers. Ellen wrote a story on New England food tours in the Boston Sunday Globe on March 13, 2011, and was kind to include Maine Foodie Tours.
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USA Today Travel Tips offers some great “Maine State Vacation Tips” including MFT when in the Portland area. Read the article

Maine Foodie Tours is nominated for a 2010 Indie Biz Award with the Portland Buy Local Campaign. Thank you to the anonymous souls who recommended us for consideration.

Sun journal, Go & Do: Maine Foodie Tours-Good food, history and fun…on the walk
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“Funny man Randy Judkins and other guides bring entertainment to Portland culinary scene” by Ruth DeCoster. Ruth took a culinary walking tour with us and we thank her for this glowing review!

Portland, Maine- Today, Its Ship Has Really Come In
by Norman E. Hill and Maralyn D. Hill, travel writers for Global-Writes, International Food, Wine and Travel Writer’s Association. Norman and Maralyn wrote about their food adventures on the culinary delights trolley tour in June, 2010 as well as their fabulous meals and lodging while in Portland. Click here to read more

101 Maine Things To Do now promoting Maine Foodie Tours
Maine Things To Do is an exciting new resource to find fun statewide with contests to win an adventure, like gift certificates to enjoy a Maine Foodie Tour.
Read about it here

Maine Office of Tourism Highlights Maine Foodie Tours
MFT receives a strong endorsement/great promotion in this month’s Maine Tourism Association newsletter, read about us on pg 1 & 4: click here to download a PDF of the newsletter.

Maine Foodie Tours on TV
Maine Foodie Tours was featured on Portland Mayor Jill Duson’s live TV show, “Call-In Portland,” back on August 13th, 2009. Unfortunately, the show is no longer available for viewing on their site.

Portland Press Herald
Meredith Goad admits to learning a lot in her review of Maine Foodie Tours On the Trail of Something Tasty in the new “Food and Dining” Section now published each Wednesday.

Jan Ross,a frequent travel blogger, wrote about her experiences, Eating Our Way Around Portland, Maine with Maine Foodie Tours. Check out her blog on The Travel Bloggers Guide to Maine

Seems the Washington Flyer is recommending folks get on a plane, visit Portland and take a Maine Foodie Tour. Thanks for including us with such good company,like a visit to Browne Trading Co for wine lessons and dinner at the Corner Room or Sonnys.

We could not have chosen a better weekend here in Portland to begin our “culinary delights” trolley tours with Portland Discovery. Tours are offered every Tuesday/Thurday/Friday/Saturday 1:30-3:45 in July and August, and feature 6 delicious tastes and tours around the city. Guests learn and taste what makes Portland the culinary hotbed it is today!

Tourific Ideas: 13 Ways to Get Out and See the Sights
Thank you to the Greater Portland Visitor’s Bureau for including MFT in their new 2010-2011 Visitor’s Guide. “Stroll the streets of Portland’s quaint Old Port with Maine Foodie Tours and sample delectable Maine-inspired foods while visiting behind-the-scenes with the artisans who craft these culinary delight.”

101 Maine Things To Do now promoting Maine Foodie Tours
Maine Things To Do is an exciting new resource to find fun statewide with contests to win an adventure, like gift certificates to enjoy a Maine Foodie Tour.
Read about it here

Join us on our new blog
MFT is now posting amusing “Questions/Answers from our guests on the Tours” We are sharing a few highlights, some humor, even a few facts here and there. Tell us what you think, ask us your foodie questions, join us at: Visit our Blog

Maine Office of Tourism Highlights Maine Foodie Tours
MFT receives a strong endorsement/great promotion in this month’s Maine Tourism Association newsletter, read about us on pg 1 & 4: click here to download a PDF of the newsletter.

 

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“From Maine-smoked seafood to local wild blueberry preserves spread on scones, Old Port promises plenty of opportunities to entice your taste buds and teach you about what makes these local products so uniquely delicious. Make sure to spring for a piece of original whoopee pie while aboard the tour.”

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