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Stonewall Kitchen, York

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Gift & Specialty Shop · Hidden Gem · Shopping
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Stonewall Kitchen is a specialty food producer based in York, Maine, United States. The company was founded as a homemade products stall at a local farmers market in 1991 and today sells in 42 countries. They make items such as jam, chutney, jellies, grill sauce, cooking oil and mustard.
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  • Always a stop at the Stonewall Kitchen flagship store in York. Love their products. There’s a cafe for a quick bite or fika. I’ve loved taking their cooking classes and really sad to see there are no....  more
    Always a stop at the Stonewall Kitchen flagship store in York. Love their products. There’s a cafe for a quick bite or fika. I’ve loved taking their cooking classes and really sad to see there are no....  more »
  • I've always loved shopping here and sampling the many quality jams, sauces, dips, etc. Unfortunately, they're not offering any samples due to COVID (that darn virus is ruining EVERYTHING), but it's... 
    I've always loved shopping here and sampling the many quality jams, sauces, dips, etc. Unfortunately, they're not offering any samples due to COVID (that darn virus is ruining EVERYTHING), but it's...  more »
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  • Spendy but great jams
  • Stopped for lunch and browsing but with the continued enforcement of masks we passed on the browsing and sat outside to wait for our lunch, which was served on a tray from which we retrieved it. Perhaps my least enjoyable visit to the store, due to too much germ paranoia. A lady I stood next to while reviewing the lunch board kept hopping around like a mad woman until I asked her what's going on. She was hysterically trying to keep a distance, until I reminded her that she has a mask on. I personally don't patronize shops that continue with this hysteria. It's time to stop and be comfortable (and allegedly safe?) if you took your jab, and live and let live. Enough. No more lobster tacos on the menu so I had the lobster mac and cheese, which was a huge serving and very tasty. I managed to eat all the lobster. The gardens were beautiful, as always, and at least we didn't need masks outdoors.

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