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By Kathy Gunst July 3
The crowd waiting for a table at the Black Birch restaurant in Kittery, Maine, spills out onto the street on a warm summer evening. Men in plaid shirts — the kind worn by hipsters, not lumberjacks — and artfully tattooed women mix with folks in more conventional garb, including khakis, polo shirts and pastel skirts. Inside, those lucky enough to snag a table dine on deviled eggs, beer-batter-dipped fish and chips, and chicken liver pâté topped with rhubarb gelee. CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO READ THE COMPLETE STORY AND SEE THE PHOTOS.