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    A view from Teralingua across Washington Avenue shows Maine Mead Works which also houses the Honey Exchange, and the former Nissen building where Roustabout and Maine & Loire wine shops have opened up. Food-related businesses are popping up along Washington Avenue in Portland.

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    Phil Gaven, owner of the Honey Exchange, puts a layer of primer on the new space he is leasing for bottling honey and housing beekeeping materials at Maine Mead Works on Washington Avenue.

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    Maine & Loire Wine Shop and Roustabout are two of the newer businesses along Washington Avenue in Portland.

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    Beer choices are advertised outside Terlingua, one of the newer restaurants on Washington Avenue.

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    A delivery man brings a keg to Maine & Loire wine shop. As the Old Port gets saturated, restaurants and food businesses are moving to the strip of Washington Avenue between Congress and Fox streets.

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    A Lively Palate is a cafe and chocolate shop soon to open on Washington Avenue.

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