A new game in town…
When korean dad opened its doors a while ago in Veazie, it was welcomed with open arms here in Bangor. Maybe even a little too open. In some ways, it seemed like they weren’t ready for the instant popularity of their popularity. And then almost as quickly as they opened, they closed.
But soon word got around that they were open on the weekends, and you could order ahead. Then you would just jump over and pick it up. But only being open on weekends left the building dark for the rest of the week. But that is changing.
An even newer game in town…
Just yesterday, Korean Dad announced on his Facebook page that he would be sharing his space with a new Peruvian restaurant called Mi Causa. Korean Dad will be open on Saturdays, while Mi Causa will be open Monday through Wednesday.
This is a concept in the restaurant industry that has gained a lot of traction in recent years, where multiple restaurants share the same space, but on different days or times.
It’s exciting to have a Peruvian style restaurant here in the Bangor area. There isn’t much information about Mi Causa online other than Korean Dad’s post, but judging from the comment section on the post, people are here for it.
More information as soon as possible, please…
I googled some topical Peruvian dishes, and one could loosely imply that it has obvious Latin influences. I imagine they will have ceviche on the menu. But South American food, in general, varies quite widely.
It’s also not 100% clear when they open. But, today is Monday, so maybe it’s worth heading to State Street in Veazie and if they’re up and running. I’m hungry for new dishes in Bangor, that’s for sure.
There’s never a bad time for lobster either. This is where the good addresses are…
Downeast Maine’s Best Lobster Restaurants
So when your starving relatives or friends from out of state come to our great state, where do you take them for a mouth-watering lobster dinner?
Answering this oft-asked question will be a priority for many Mainers this season, as thousands of tourists, relatives and friends travel hundreds, if not thousands, of miles to take in the sights and eat what our state is for. the most famous. , Lobster.
Whether it’s lobster salad, in a hot dog roll, grilled tail, tossed in a pot of boiling seawater, or heaven forbid, turned into lobster poutine, people from near and far crave it, and as soon as they make it that part of the country, it’ll be what they’re having for dinner that night.
9 Maine restaurants that have closed since appearing on national TV shows
Here’s a list of nine Maine restaurants that have sadly closed since appearing on national TV shows. Hopefully the list doesn’t continue to grow.
30 “Under the Radar” Restaurants in Maine
Thanks to our excellent listeners, we were able to compile a list of many “under the radar” restaurants, cafes, pubs and bakeries in Maine.
These great places are found all over the state and are just waiting for you to try them.
How far did you go?