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Eve's at the Garden's menu changes with the seasons. A focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients is the inspiration for Executive Chef Timothy Labonte's cuisine. The current menu features a variety of light salads, seafood, meats daily soup of the sea and land and vegetarian options.

For breakfast, lunch, Happy Hour or dinner, we always offer free indoor valet parking.

We hope to see you soon.

Eve's in the news:

7/11/14 Chef Labonte shared his recipe for Grilled Beet Soup on WMTW news. 

Chef Labonte shared his recipe for Burratini on WMTW news.

After Maine Maple Sunday, Chef Labonte shared his recipe for a Maine Maple & Ricotta Tartlet on 207.

Chef Labonte was crowned the winner at the 2014 Maine Restaurant Week Incredible Breakfast Cook-Off.

Chef Labonte was interviewed before this year's Harvest on the Harbor, talking about his love of Maine and cooking. 

Chef Labonte appeared on the popular NBC news program "207" and prepared incredible chicken tacos. Watch him prepare the recipe now and get the recipe here.

He can also be seen on WMTW's Morning Menu preparing Grilled Swordfish and Grilled Beet Soup.

We paid a visit to FOX TV's "Good Day Maine" program to prepare the popular Green Goddess Dressing. Easy to make, great on salads, sandwiches and more, here is the recipe:

Green Goddess Dressing

1 cup mayonnaise
1 cup sour cream
1 cup roughly chopped scallions
1 cup fresh basil
1/4 c lemon juice
2 cloves of minced garlic (hint from Bill, lots of people think they can skip this step and just throw in the whole clove but it will never become fine enough to be evenly distributed)
1 tsp ground black pepper
2 tsp kosher salt
2 anchovy filets (optional, but they add great flavor)
Mix in a food processor and you're ready to go! The green color develops naturally in a few hours.
 

  
 
Thursday October 30, 2014