Looking for a bite to eat after dinner or maybe you're getting into town a bit late? Check out these spots for late night food in Portland.
Looking to dine on warm noodles and steamed buns while visiting the city? Check out these Japanese restaurants in Portland to satisfy your craving!
From burgers and milkshakes to and island hot spot to Southern Cajun––here's what you need to know about the hottest new Portland restaurants.
Our hotel is within walking distance to all of the downtown music venues, so grab your dancing shoes and check out some live music in Portland!
Next time you're on a getaway in Portland, make a reservation at one of these Portland wine restaurants for a night of good food and perfect wine pairings.
Patio season may not be as long as we wish it was but it is such a great time of year and we've got a list of some of the best outdoor dining in Portland!
Now is the time to eat your way through Portland, and our boutique Portland hotel Pomegranate Inn is the perfect home base from which to enjoy these bars and restaurants that make Portland Bon Appetit's Restaurant City of the Year.
With so many great options, it can sometimes be hard to decide where to go for dinner but we've done the hard work for you. Check out a few of our favorite restaurants on Washington Avenue during your next trip to Portland!
With over 90 breweries, we're lucky that some of our favorites are located on the same street. Check out these Portland breweries located on Industrial Way the next time you're visiting our great city!
These new Portland restaurants are quickly gaining a name for themselves in the city's already diverse and tasty food scene.
When you're visiting Portland, if you find yourself downtown, the Portland Public Market House is the perfect place to stop for lunch or a snack.
Portland has a variety of yoga studios that offer different styles of classes so that you can enjoy a relaxing flow during your trip to Maine.
We love these unique Halloween events in Portland. They're a great way to explore the spooky side of Portland while learning about the city's history!
Autumn has arrived and Halloween is just around the corner. To celebrate the season, we'll be hosting two Murder Mystery Parties at The Pom.
Take some time to visit the lighthouses near Portland, Maine and come see why Maine is known for its beautiful and rugged coastline.
Whether you're heading to downtown attractions or out on a long and scenic ride, with our boutique hotel as your home base, biking in Portland is made easy!
If you're looking for that special vacation memento or the perfect gift, head downtown where you can spend an afternoon browsing our favorite shops in Portland.
You'll find Maine oysters on raw bar menus across the country, so when visiting Portland, take some time to experience these delicacies on the half shell.
When you're looking for lunch on the go, check out some of our favorite new food trucks in Portland. From Thai to falafel, you're sure to leave feeling satisfied.
Portland's prime location on the ocean overlooking the islands of Casco Bay means there are several great options for Portland sailing charters.
While we’ll never say no to a relaxing day indoors, reading by the fire or watching movies in bed, we’ve got an adventurous side, too. If you’re more of the latter than the former, we’ve created a walking itinerary of Portland, Maine must do’s.
While some might be mourning the end of ski season, the rest of us are cheering the impending arrival of beach season! Greater Portland is home to numerous sandy stretches that won't be teeming with crowds until the height of summer.
Maine Restaurant Week, March 1st through the 12th, is a great chance to enjoy many of the fine dishes and cuisine that Portland has to offer. Steps by the Pomegranate Inn.
With nearly 90 breweries in the state, it's no surprise that there are plenty of places in Portland to enjoy good beer, from craft beer bars to brewery's tasting rooms.
Here are our favorite 2016 additions to the Portland restaurant scene, plus a few we're looking forward to in the new year.
As the weather turns chilly in Maine and we stash away our bathing suits and towels for another year (sob), it's time to embrace outdoor activities that celebrate winter.
Portland's historic West End neighborhood is a foodie favorite, thanks to the many unique eateries located within walking distance of The Pom.
Fall is the perfect time to enjoy a trip to Maine, and one of the best ways to get out and enjoy the glorious weather is to take a day trip out to the Casco Bay Islands.
Portland's East Bayside neighborhood is known for its craft beverage scene, including beer and distilled spirits.
What better time to dive into a good read than summer in Maine, when the weather begs you to soak up some sun and stick your nose in a book.
Everyone who visits Portland wants to know, where can I find the best lobster roll? Well, we're here to help.
When the weather warms up in Portland, you'll be hard pressed to find any Mainers indoors. The arrival of beautiful spring and summer weather, combined with Portland's incredible restaurant scene, can mean only one thing: it's patio season.
Portland is becoming known for its coffee scene; several small roasters have opened up shop in the last few years and are dedicated to sourcing, roasting, and brewing the best cup of joe possible.
Eric Hopkins, a talented native Maine artist represented on our walls, is staging his first solo show in Portland in more than 25 years.
Try something new or dine at a tried-and-true during Maine Restaurant Week.
Unless you're particularly thick-skinned, braving the great outdoors in mid-winter in Maine may not be your cup of tea. Fortunately, Portland is home to several noteworthy cultural institutions that are ripe for exploration in the colder months.
When we're sitting in our kitchen thinking of new and interesting ideas to incorporate into our breakfast menus or afternoon treats, we wonder what people did before the internet.
Any time is a good time for a stroll over to the Portland Museum of Art, but we're especially excited about the new biennial exhibit celebrating Maine's contemporary art scene.
Maine loves a good fall festival. So much so, that’s it’s really hard to pick and choose which ones to check out. Here are a few of our suggestions - from the prominent to the obscure and unique.
At Lark Hotels, we pride ourselves on finding the right general managers to match each unique property, and the Pomegranate Inn is no exception.
The glorious Portland, Maine summers may be all too short-lived, but there are an incredible number of outdoor dining options in our food-friendly seaside town.
Summer nights call for a refreshing cocktail or brew, and Portland is home to many choice watering holes just beyond the steps of the Pomegranate Inn.
No summer time trip to Portland, Maine would be complete without a visit to Hadlock Field for a Sea Dogs game.
While Portland's reputation as a culinary capital has been well documented, the city is also a haven for music aficionados.
At the Pomegranate, breakfast isn’t just a meal, it’s an experience.
It’s never too soon to start planning a spring getaway to Maine!
In any season, Wine Wise Events is a must when you visit our Portland Maine inn!
On the rise all over New England, craft distilling is taking us back to our Yankee roots and combining a farm-to-table ethos with the longstanding art and science of producing fine spirits.
Not far from our Portland, Maine inn there’s a growing hyper-local trend you might not yet know about: the micro-distillery movement.
Our Portland Maine inn is known for vibrantly painted guest room walls, a fabulous New England art collection, and. . . seriously awesome gourmet breakfasts.
Have we mentioned that our Portland Maine Inn is lucky to be located in such a foodie city?
After breakfast here at our Portland Maine inn, stroll over to see the paintings, drawings, and sculptures of the ‘William S. Paley Collection: A Taste for Modernism’ exhibit at the Portland Museum of Art.