In 2009, Long Grain opened its doors in the beautiful seaside town of Camden, Maine. We call our cuisine "honest food" meaning we use seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, no inconvenient truths here. Although many consider Long Grain a Thai restaurant, our dishes are inspired by many different Asian cuisines and cultures. Thai and Vietnamese street food, fare served in small eateries in Singapore and meals on dinner tables in Indonesia and Japan can all be found here. We look forward to welcoming you to our table.
When you visit us at our 200-year-old barn in Lincolnville, we invite you to enjoy a $10 wine tasting off the beaten path. While you’re here, browse our gift shop, enjoy a glass of wine and a local cheese plate, all while overlooking the vineyard.
Experience the art of this generation and the next. CMCA’s exhibitions and educational programs are made to inspire and attract visitors of all ages and backgrounds. CMCA’s striking building, designed by architect Toshiko Mori, provides exceptional exhibition space for the presentation of work by contemporary artists connected to Maine. The CMCA Shop features a range of books, gifts and objects by primarily Maine artisans and designers.
Daughters highlights a collection of vintage clothing and independent, consciously made designers. the assemblage of clothing concentrates on timeless gender neutral womenswear and items that are sure to become wardrobe staples. daughters focuses on natural fibers and silhouettes that are minimalist modern.
A boutique for women with individual style—featuring great personalized service and multi-generational appeal! We outfit women for special occasions to lazy Sundays at home, and all the days in between. We carry beloved, hand-picked brands and artisanal products from all around the world.
A sandy beach bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach State Park is truly one of Maine's rare geologic landforms. Sunbathers relaxing on Popham's sands can see Fox and Wood islands offshore, and the Kennebec and Morse rivers border each end of the beach.