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Mae is another BYOB supper club drawn to Portland for its fresh produce, but what makes it different is the Appalachian cuisine straight from a Southern family's recipe book. Open three days a week, enjoy the eclectic, comfortable atmosphere in what you might mistake for grandma's charming country cottage with your 10-course family style sampling supper or Sunday brunch. Pickling and cooking with fat are both extremely important to the refined yet soulful menu that has featured options like Corn Bread & Pot Likker (braised greens drowning in broth with cornbread and barrel aged hot sauce), succulent buttermilk brined, skillet-fried chicken, Autumn Succotash (borlotti beans, sour corn, sweet peppers, and kale in a country ham jus), and the decadent pound cake with vanilla bean whipped cream.

Mae, Portland
Portland

Mae

Mae

Mae is another BYOB supper club drawn to Portland for its fresh produce, but what makes it different is the Appalachian cuisine straight from a Southern family's recipe book. Open three days a week, enjoy the eclectic, comfortable atmosphere in what you might mistake for grandma's charming country cottage with your 10-course family style sampling supper or Sunday brunch. Pickling and cooking with fat are both extremely important to the refined yet soulful menu that has featured options like Corn Bread & Pot Likker (braised greens drowning in broth with cornbread and barrel aged hot sauce), succulent buttermilk brined, skillet-fried chicken, Autumn Succotash (borlotti beans, sour corn, sweet peppers, and kale in a country ham jus), and the decadent pound cake with vanilla bean whipped cream.