SOUTH PORTLAND — After a year and a half of serving local lobster to Maine Mall patrons, Linda Bean’s Lobster Boat Cafe has pulled up its traps and closed.
Early this morning, the first flights took off from the new $75 million passenger terminal at the Portland International Jetport. But on Thursday night, a group of more than 500 business and political leaders got the first peek at the … Continue reading
ST. GEORGE — For years, Linda Bean had admired the picturesque wharfs and waterfront businesses in the villages on the St. George peninsula on Penobscot Bay. She even went so far as to offer her name and phone number at … Continue reading
Linda Bean, whose brand name is building new markets for Maine lobster, is expanding with the purchase of the three-story building at the corner of Main and Bow Streets in Freeport, directly across from the LL Bean flagship store.
I am originally from Boston and summer in Gloucester and Rockport every year where my family has a clam & lobster bake. I know my lobster rolls and have eaten thousands of them. I was in Delray for a wedding … Continue reading
Can the L.L. Bean catalog heiress buoy Maine’s flagging lobster industry? Linda Bean, granddaughter of L.L. Bean’s founder, aims to franchise restaurants across the U.S. that will serve tasty lobster rolls, with the main ingredient coming from fishing wharves she … Continue reading
Thinking big, Linda Bean wants lobster rolls to be the next big thing Could the delicate culinary alchemy known as “lobster roll” help save lobstering? That might be a bit dramatic — it could be the lobster industry doesn’t really … Continue reading
FREEPORT, Maine – Down the street from a giant L.L. Bean duck boot parked outside the iconic retailer’s flagship store are parking lots crammed with outlet shoppers, a Rotary Hot Dog Stand, Ben & Jerry’s, and Li’s Chinese Xpress. With … Continue reading
What’s more synonymous with Maine than the lobster? If you’re a shopper, you might think instead of L.L. Bean, the Freeport outdoor store that sells all things well made. Linda Bean, the granddaughter of the retailer’s founder, is combining the … Continue reading