After a year off, Harvest on the Harbor is back for 2021 and showcasing the premier distillers, brewers, boutique oyster farmers, and the purveyors of the most outstanding hospitality found in Maine. We’re conscious of the need to control our event sizes and require our staff, participating brands, and ticket holders to be vaccinated or show proof of a negative Covid test. The experience is going to make all the attention to detail worthwhile. Order tickets today and join us Friday, November 5, and Saturday, November 6 for our Feature Events at O’Maine Studios. And take a close look at our Fringe and Virtual Events, happening on November 3 and 4. 


Harvest on the Harbor started in 2007 to create awareness of Portland, Maine’s expanding restaurant and hospitality scene. Over the years, Portland, Maine (AKA Oyster Town!) was named The Foodiest Small Town in America and Restaurant City of the Year. And its chefs, brewers, and distillers keep earning medals from James Beard and Good Food Foundation, World Beer Cup, American Distilling Institute, and many others. It’s been a gastronomic high tide here in Maine for many years!

All the while, Harvest on the Harbor has stayed true to its mission of celebrating Portland and Maine’s local- and independently-owned restaurants and the crave-worthy food, beers, ciders, wines, and spirits that attract travelers to Maine each year.

Harvest on the Harbor brings us together for unique experiences that encompass Maine’s culinary culture. Maybe most importantly, our events create special opportunities to meet the hardworking people who make it all possible. And we remain committed to helping local organizations through creative partnerships designed to spotlight their incredible work.

Lastly, we owe a sincere thank you to this year’s supporters and everyone who believes in Harvest on the Harbor. We thank you all.

Stefanie Manning & Gillian Britt
Harvest on the Harbor Co-Owners and Producers