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Much of the current prosperity of Freeport, fifteen miles north of Portland, rests on the invention by Leon L. Bean, in 1912, of a funky-looking rubber-soled fishing boot. That original boot is still selling (there's now an enormous replica at the entrance), and L.L. Bean has grown into a multi-national clothing conglomerate, with an enormous clothing store on Main Street that literally never closes. Originally, this was so pre-dawn hunting expeditions could stock up; in practice, though, the late-night hours seem more geared toward high school students, who attempt to fall asleep in the tents without …
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Abacus American Crafts

Established in 1971, this store is Maine's number one destination for American crafts with items available including their famous Abacus poster calendars ...

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China Rose Restaurant

Award-winning restaurant that offers delicious Chinese and Japanese cuisine, as well as a sushi bar and cocktail lounge. A daily luncheon buffet is available. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.