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By BRIAN DUFF  |  October 24, 2014

Ten Ten Pié is built for to-go, but thanks to a window counter you can eat with a view of the most interesting and multicultural street life in town. You don’t find this sort of street in Biddeford—just ask Robert Wilson, the legendary local tin-foil artist, dropped off a fantastic foil Elvis (currently on display) and bemoaned his relocation to the Biddo. One of Ten Ten Pié’s activist side projects is transforming Franklin Street nearby. That “arterial” is for folks getting in and out of the city. In fact it is Cumberland that is the true artery for the most interesting folks crossing our town. Now with Ten Ten Pié (along with Schulte and Herr, and Union Bagels), there is good food to be had on a street worthy of it.

$  Ten Ten Pié | 171 Cumberland Ave, Portland | Mon-Tues 10:30 am-4:00 pm; Wed-Fri 7:00 am-4:00 pm; Sat 8:00 am-3:00 pm | Visa/MC/Amex | 207.956.7330

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