And lastly, if you're on the underground scene — or looking for it — check out the rumors of someone serving a legendary cocktail called the bourbonic plague, which involves whiskey and a flaming marshmallow. Unlike this year's flu, it's a plague you might actually want to catch.

BULL FEENEY'S | 375 Fore St, Portland | 207.773.7210 | facebook.com/BullFeeneys

SONNY'S | 83 Exchange St, Portland | 207.772.7774 | sonnysportland.com

FIGA | 249 Congress St, Portland | 207.518.9400 | figarestaurant.com

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