February 27, 2013

A guide for people who find Portland menus to be a mouthful

SRIRA-WHAT? Worcester shucks, how do you pronounce that again?

IF LOCAL RESTAURANT menus seem a little intimidating because you don't want your server to sneer when you order bruschetta, check out the new "Say It, Eat It: Local Menu Pronounciation Guide" at MaineToday.com.

THE GUIDE, just in time for Maine Restaurant Week, covers all the most difficult-to-pronounce menu items, and suggests where you can order, say, a bowl of bouillabaisse right here in Portland.


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