PORTLAND, Maine — Rosemont Market & Bakery is the kind of place a lot of people would like to have at the end of their street. The colorful wood building has an old-time look. Most menu items are made in-house from local ingredients, and co-owners John Naylor and Scott Anderson put a priority on quality and creativity. Each of Rosemont’s four locations boasts a loyal coterie of nearby residents, many arriving on foot or by bicycle. But there are those who travel from ...
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