Julie Hatfield of examiner.com, spends a weekend in Maine on the trail of formwer President George H.W. Bush
Julie Hatfield, who covers Boston, New England, and International Travel for examiner.com, spent several days enjoying the best that the Kennebunks have to offer – including a dinner at our restaurant Academe.
…we went to the Kenebunk Inn, to have an incredible dinner at its restaurant Academe. Young owner/chefs Brian and Shanna O’Hea presented a creative and imaginative menu of both original cocktails and cuisine. One of the cocktails was called “Shanna’s ‘Life-Saving’ Negroni” with Campari, Aperol, Plymoouth gin and Carpano Antica vermouth served with a brûlée orange slice “jumbo life-saver” ice cube. Another that we chose was the “Quintessential Blueberry Cosmo” with Absolut Raspberry vodka, Cointreau, cranberry juice and lime juice with blueberry ice cubes. Academe’s signature Lobster Pot Pie with poached lobster and Shanna’s hand rolled puff pastry was tempting, but by this time we had had enough lobster for the whole summer, so we chose Fig and Eggplant ravioli and Citrus Crab ravioli with curry and a Cointreau citrus Alfredo sauce. Everything was absolutely delicious, and deserving to be part of The Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate” and The Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise.”
You can read the whole article on examiner.com’s website: Our weekend in Kennebunkport was almost Presidential