Learn more about Ports of Italy

Ports of Italy offers inspired cuisine with honest expertise. We select our ingredients daily from a variety of local distributors and growers; providing our customers with the best of the area has to offer in local seafood, meats and vegetables while placing an emphasis on supporting our local community.
Our specialties include homemade pasta, homemade ravioli, bread, focaccia and desserts all made daily using free range eggs from liberty farm and extra virgin olive oil from Eventide Specialties here in Boothbay Harbor.
At the corner of the entrance there is a small display of our delicious vegetable Antipasto, consisting of zucchini scapece, roasted eggplants, asparagus, red beets, white beans and roasted peppers, along with our famous roasted Suckling Pig called “Porchetta”.
And of course we cannot forget about our whole “Branzino” fish imported from Italy, roasted with rosemary and garlic and can be de-boned table side of your dish.
Choose from fine range of preferred wines or enjoy some of our refreshing intermezzos.
Ciao e bacioni, Sante
Ports of Italy, Boothbay Harbor, Maine

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* Cuisine: Traditional Italian
* Neighborhood: Downtown Boothbay Harbor
* Menu: View menu on restaurant's website
* Price: $20 and under
* Hours of Operation: Every day: 4:30pm - close
* Payment Options: All major credit cards/Cash
* Dress Code: Smart Casual
* Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
* Parking: We offer free parking in our private lot behind the restaurant off of McKown Street, downtown Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Featured Review: 50+ Top Dining Spots in Maine

Maine magazine - EAT FEATURE - March 2013 By Joe Ricchio

Eating at Ports of Italy in downtown Boothbay Harbor is like going to a friend's house for dinner. Owner Sante Calandri is charming, and his enthusiasm and passion for food is contagious. He makes the pastas and desserts himself, and the porchetta is not to be missed. This is food truly made from the heart. They are open seasonally from May through October. Read more reviews...