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Thursday, October 17 to Sunday, October 20
Bringing people together for unique culinary experiences that encompass Portland, Maine’s food scene

Take a look at the lineup of chefs and events for HOTH 2019 and order tickets today!

CHEF+ FARMER HARVEST DINNER
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 6:30 pm
Benefiting Full Plates Full Potential

MAINE LOBSTER CHEF OF THE YEAR
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 11:30 am
Presented by Shucks Maine Lobster

STRAIGHT UP! BOOZY BASH
WITH THE MAINE DISTILLER’S GUILD
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 5:30 pm

BLOODY MARY & GOURMET PIG BROAST BRUNCH
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 10 am

FUSION COFFEE LAB
WITH COFFEE BY DESIGN
SATURDAY, OCT 19, 10:30 am

MAINE OYSTERFEST 
WITH MAINE OYSTER COMPANY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 3:30 pm

VIP MARKET BRUNCH (Sold Out)
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 10:30 am
Presented by Zardetto

HOTH MARKET ON THE HARBOR
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20
Presented by Bangor Savings Bank

Tips … Bring your A-game to #HOTHFest

For transportation, we always suggest a designated driver. Failing that, go for UBER or Lyft (Or a taxi, if you like to keep it old school). Parking is limited at Brick South and Thompson's Point. (Directions) Dress for success. That means style and comfort. There will be photographers all over the place, so you'll want to look your best. What's that you say, you don't know where Thompson's Point is? Well then, use this handy link Print your tickets at home or download them to your phone. We'll be scanning everyone at the door and checking IDs. HOTH events are 21+ If you've forgotten where to find your ticket, no problem. It was emailed to you with the subject: "Registration Confirmation To Harvest on the Harbor." Share lots of pictures of having fun at the event and use #HOTH and #HOTHfest That's pretty much it. We'll be sharing final details and other good stuff to our Instagram, Facebook. Shoot, we might even send a Tweet or [...]

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Just look at these faces, what do you see?

Like lobsterman, lumberman, farmers, fisherman, and tradesman, these stoic faces tell a tale of hard work, dedication and above all, passion for the trade. These are Maine oyster growers. They live on the leading edge of aquaculture, which without a doubt is one of the state's most important emerging industries. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet this special group at Maine Oysterfest, Saturday, October 19 at Brick South. Everything is included in the ticket price: live music, the joy of slurping varieties of Maine oysters, an incredible selection of beverages, and the chance to learn firsthand what it takes to succeed on the Maine coast. Learn more and 0rder tickets now. Maine Oyster Growers Drinks provided by: Order tickets now

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