Good food that you don’t have to cook
Online ordering and delivery can be your lifeline in the first year of parenting and beyond. It is ok to make things easier on yourself. You need to eat!
Healthy handmade meals
Carr Eats makes dairy-free meals available for Monday pickup at locations around greater Portland.
Feed Me Fit 207 offers a meal prep service in Portland. Call them for more information about delivery.
Liz’s Kitchen produces a seasonal, rotating menu of meals prepared by a professional chef and delivered to your door on Tuesdays.
2DineIn delivers hot fresh meals from more than 50 local restaurants including Paciarino, Slab, Po’ Boys & Pickles, and Green Elephant.
Ginza Town delivers sushi (remember sushi??) and Vietnamese specialties.
OTTO Pizza will bring their famous mashed potato pizza (or any other combination you desire) right to your door. You can even tip online so all you have to do is open the door when they arrive.
Takeout & prepared foods to go
Aurora Provisions offers “beautiful food for busy people.” Fresh selections change regularly, and their freezer case is full of goodness too.
C Salt Gourmet Market sells breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week in Cape Elizabeth. Their sweet treats are a must.
The Farm Stand in South Portland’s Knightville neighborhood makes the most of Maine-sourced ingredients.
Figgy’s Takeout & Catering is famous for their skillet fried chicken and biscuits, but there’s much more to their menu.
Ocho: a burrito for every day of the week, from the folks who brought you OTTO.
Rosemont Market sells “good food from people we know” at 4 locations in Portland and 1 in Yarmouth. This includes a small selection of prepared meals from their own kitchen plus sushi rolls from Pai Men Miyake. And the BREADS! Their sesame sourdough is my particular favorite.
Ten Ten Pié makes European pastries and Bento box lunches to go. Get there early, because they close at 4pm.
Whole Foods has a huge prepared foods selection, both hot and cold.