Saco Island’s part of one small town

  Read the Boston Globe story about the fabulous Palace Diner, the oldest diner in Maine, and certainly one of the best!

Read the Boston Globe story about the fabulous Palace Diner, the oldest diner in Maine, and certainly one of the best!

We don’t mind saying it: Biddeford-Saco is one town, and the same small town. It is certainly one economy. And while we will continue to tell you about the great businesses right here on our physical island, we won’t be shy about telling you about some of the fabulous locations that are only a few hundred yards from our front door, within easy walking distance. Like the fabulous Palace Diner, profiled just recently in the Boston Globe’s Travel section! These are the one-of-a-kind places that distinguish Biddeford-Saco. An excerpt:

“It’s the kind of establishment where you can at least try to read the paper over coffee instead of staring into the glowing face of a smartphone. Of course, having enough room to spread out a broadsheet is uncommon, since the narrow car has no booths, and most of the time there’s a line of folks waiting to take your stool. Mornings at the Palace feel like breakfast in a big, happy family.”

Congratulations to the Palace, and thanks for helping make life on Saco Island so special! Read the full story HERE.