Katahdin Restaurant Woodfire Grill and Bar
27 Forest Ave. Located just steps from the theater!

Chef Becky’s talent in the culinary arts shines brightly in each dish she creates. At the helm of the bar for over 14 years, Winnie provides an atmosphere that is always friendly, inviting, and welcoming. With tasty food and located on the lower level of Portland Stage’s building, Katahdin is a great place for a tasty meal and friendly atmosphere!

Nosh Kitchen Bar
551 Congress St.

Nosh Kitchen Bar uses traditional culinary techniques of a New York-style deli while offering their own new perspective that is based on the use of local, fresh, all-natural. With a creative twist on your deli favorites, Nosh’s fries are famous! Nosh is located just around the corner from Portland Stage and is open late!

Five Fifty-Five
555 Congress Street

After over ten years, 555 is a permanent fixture in the Portland dining scene. Chef Steve Corry and his wife, Michelle Corry, came to Portland with the idea of opening an elegant yet welcoming dining venue, embracing the use of local and seasonal ingredients. No matter where you dine, you will be treated to Chef Corry’s acclaimed contemporary New England cuisine paired with Michelle’s award-winning wine list. Located only a few blocks from the theater—555 is a great place to get experience an exquisite meal.

593 Congress Street

Featuring exclusively locally-sourced ingredients and an elegant menu—Vinland strives to bring local and organic meals to their tables. Working only with local farms, fishers, and foragers, Vinland is committed to excellence and sustainability. For a beautiful meal with a conscience, check out Vinland, located in the heart of the Arts District next to Congress Street Park.

Otto Pizza
576 Congress St.

Featuring unique and creative pizza, as well as old favorites, Otto has something for everyone. Whether by the slice, or a whole pie- Otto never ceases to impress. The classic pairing of pizza and beer gets an upgrade with clever toppings and unexpected pairings. Otto has a slice shop and bar all at this location and is less than a block from Portland Stage.

Pom’s Thai Taste Restaurant and Noodle House
571 Congress St.

Pom’s unique cuisine, tropical drinks, authentic atmosphere, and exceptional service are now accessible to residents, shoppers, business travelers, and tourists in the greater Portland area. At Pom’s Noodle House, a casual and modern décor welcome diners, while offering the authentic taste of Thailand.  Specializing in creamy curries and fine noodle soups, Pom’s Thai Taste also has a sushi bar. Located around the corner from the theater- Pom’s Thai is a great option!

Pai Men Miyake
188 State Street

Pai Men Miyake opened in September 2010 as Masa Miyake’s second restaurant in Portland. Meaning “100 noodles” in Japanese, the focus is on ramen with broths rich in pork, chicken, & vegetables. Although a more casual affair, the food shows the same quality and creative characteristics as the acclaimed dishes from the original Food Factory Miyake. With a large sake list, a full bar, and the option of outdoor seating during the summer months, Pai Men is an ideal place to spend a night out on the town. Pai Men is located in the historic Longfellow Square and is a short walk from the theater.

Sabieng Thai
21 Forest Ave.  Located just steps from the theater!

The Ancient Thai word Sabieng means reserved savory food – traditionally homemade and eaten when someone is traveling in great distance. Their home-style authentic Thai Cuisine is made with fresh ingredients, using trans-fat free oil! They also offer a vegetarian menu and many of their dishes can be modified to be vegetarian.