We are so excited! Let's fill up Neighborhood for their opening weekend and beyond. #yum #dinelocal #welcome #newrestaurant #belfastmaine ... See MoreSee Less
Greetings friends and fans! We are pleased to announce that we'll be opening to the public this Friday, the 20th, for dinner, at 132 High St. in Belfast. Our door opens officially at 5:30, and reservations can be made. Just call us at 505-0425.
Winter hours are as follows: Open for lunch (dine-in or take-out) from 11:30 to 3, Tuesday thru Friday, and for dinner, 5:30 to 9, Thursday thru Saturday.
We'll have all your old favorites from Good n You on the lunch menu, and some new surprises for dinner.
Please note: No lunch service this week. First lunch will be Tuesday, the 24th.
Delicious hand made, locally sourced meals, and now featuring beer, wine, craft cocktails, and more for your enjoyment. Hope to see you all soon!
-Seth & Sarah
Enjoy complimentary bites and a cash bar at Harborwalk Restaurant while learning about the events, projects, and teams at Our Town Belfast.
Meet the board of directors and volunteers. Sign up for events and committees.
Find out how you can support economic health and human happiness in our historic downtown by becoming an Our Town Belfast volunteer.
Our Town Belfast needs volunteers of every kind! Whether it be short-term commitments like helping out at events or whether you are a planner who can join one of our project teams... We need your help to support our year round mission to grow and sustain Belfast's historic downtown.
Come and get to know the folks at Our Town Belfast at Harborwalk Restuarant on Tuesday, January 24th, 6-7:30pm.
What can Northeast cities and towns learn from Scandinavia when it comes to surviving long, harsh winters?
The Danish concept of "hygge" (most closely translated as "coziness") is a way of city and community building that keeps spirits up and people out and about in the winter months.
In Belfast, we pride ourselves on being a city that doesn't sleep through the coldest part of the year. Whether it's the community skating rink, our Holiday Art Walk, or lights twinkling downtown, we want Belfast to be warm and inviting year-round.
So, what do you love about winter in Belfast and what would make you love it even more? ... See MoreSee Less
Linda DarttYou're doing great. I saw a post about an ice skating trail that goes through a forest in Quebec. I wonder if Belfast could do something like that. Here's how the trail was made: www.cbc.ca/1.3841572
Two strong volunteers needed: It's time (more than time!) to put Santa Mail and the town Menorah away in storage until next holiday season. We are looking for two folks who can transport them to a storage space just across the street and up some stairs from their current location in front of the Belfast Post Office. Reply or message here or call 218 1158 if you can help. THANK YOU! ***Photo by Neal Parent*** ... See MoreSee Less
Starting on Wednesday, Feb. 1, the inn is offering an adult game night with a different game each week such as Scrabble, Cribbage, Charades and various board games, along with a selection of soup, sandwiches salads, pizza and bar snacks along with beer and wine. Game Night goes until April 26. There...
Keeping our eyes on the future rehabilitation of the Crosby School as a multi-use property!
"Lozanov plans to include office space, a functional theater for musical and theatrical performances, creative spaces that are open to the public, cooperative rental housing and a restaurant, he said in a press release Dec. 31. Although the infrastructure is in place for many of these intended uses, some restoration work is needed, he noted." ... See MoreSee Less
Happy 2017! Thank you to everyone, too numerous to mention, that showed up to organize, volunteer, sponsor, donate, celebrate, participate, build, and ignite our way into a new year. We'll see you around. ... See MoreSee Less
Don't miss your favorite act, map out your New Years Eve!
Downtown is sure to buzzing with music and fun all day and well into the night. Be at the corner of Main and High for the drum and rabble corps procession down Main St at midnight! ... See MoreSee Less
A quick reminder that the Annual Menorah Lighting in downtown Belfast will be this evening at 3:30pm in Post Office Square.
FB may be displaying the time for a different timezone for some folks; we want to make sure everyone knows the correct time and place. Hope to see you all there!
Our 2nd Annual Menorah Lighting is tomorrow (Saturday 12/24), 3:30-4:30pm. We will light the Menorah at sundown in front of the Belfast Post Office. There will be music and traditional Chanukah snacks as well. The Jewish community, people of all faiths, people of no particular faith - all are invited to share and learn and enjoy one anothers company for this beautiful holiday tradition. ... See MoreSee Less
2nd Annual Menorah Lighting in Downtown Belfast
Dec 24, 3:30pm
Post Office Square
Community members of all beliefs are invited to gather for Belfast’s second annual Menorah Lighting event. Our Town Belfast (OTB) will welcome the first evening of Chanukah by lighting a seven-foot tall menorah in front of the Belfast Post office at sundown on Saturday, December 24th.
"1982 and downtown Belfast is ablaze with Christmas lights! Those same lights we see today used to go down Main Street and other cross streets. The Clark real estate agency placed a lit tree atop their building at the NE corner of Main and High!" #throwbackthursday #merrychristmas #belfastmaine ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, and a Joyous New Year to all of our friends, volunteers, supporters, and community members who help to make Belfast a great place to be all through the year. ~ Much Main Street Love from the Staff and Board at Our Town Belfast ~ #seasonsgreetings #belfastmaine #merryandbright #snowflakes #downtown ... See MoreSee Less
Only a couple of days left to buy raffle tickets supporting the Maine Celtic Celebration You could win one of many great gift baskets from downtown businesses just in time for Christmas!
Tickets are only $1.00 each! We encourage you to visit these fine businesses to shop and to buy your tickets for a chance to win: Colburn Shoe Store, The Green Store, Epoch, Fiddlehead Artisan Supply, Out on a Whimsey, The Purple Baboon, Eat More Cheese, Katwalk, and Vinolio*. ... See MoreSee Less