Friday, May 25, 2012

More about Carmen at The Danforth

Just out today in New, Novel and Noteworthy - restaurant critic John Golden included CATD in his story about happenings in Maine restaurant world.  We are so fortunate.  Love this. 

Another star chef comes to Portland in the guise of Carmen at the Danforth. 
Chef Carmen Gonzalez was lured to Maine from Florida by her long-time friend, Kim Swan, the hotelier (The Danforth and the Pomegranite) and real estate honcho (Swan Sotheby’s International Realty).
The inn, a historic Georgian Revival mansion and one of the grandest in the city, has transformed its principal first floor rooms into three beautifully appointed dining rooms. Cocktails are served in the main salon before diners segue to the three beautifully furnished dining rooms.  
Gonzalez is renowned for her Latin-inspired cooking that merges an American sensibility with the bold flavors of her Puerto Rican roots.
The restaurant opens this Friday and it promises to be one of the most luxurious dining spots in town. It will serve dinner nightly and a Sunday brunch.

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