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    Grace restaurant on Chestnut Street in Portland has a new executive chef, Adam Flood.

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    A restaurant review for Dine Out Maine. Grace restaurant on Chestnut Street in Portland.John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    The awe-inspiring portal to the former Chestnut Street Church, now the entrance to Grace. At right, a cheese plate at Grace features Medalion (Maine), Mimolette (France) Asher Blue (Georgia) along with Marcona almonds, raisins-on-the-vine, pickled green strawberries, and housemade crackers. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    A restaurant review for Dine Out Maine. Grace restaurant on Chestnut Street in Portland. Pan seared East Coast Halibut with quinoa, peas, favas, mint yogurt, chernoula and grape salad. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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