Satisfy your cravings
Just one visit to Maine’s Kennebec Valley and you’ll discover a vibrant and growing local food scene. And it all began with bread 13 years ago in Skowhegan. In response to a new “locavore” movement, community members established the Kneading Conference and Artisan Bread Fair. Based in part on its success, founding partners Amber Lambke and Michael Scholz would go on to start the Somerset Grist Mill and Maine Grains. The nearby Millers Table Cafe and bakery features locally sourced food, Maine Grains, a wood-fired oven, patio and courtyard.
Not to be left out, the towns of Waterville, Augusta, Hallowell, and Gardiner boast ever growing lists of locally run restaurants, brew pubs, bakeries, and food shops. Waterville has even hosts the annual favorite Taste of Waterville with flavorful offerings from local food trucks to the area’s diverse restaurants.