Who’s At The Point
Big Room Studios
Big Room Studios is a digital design and software engineering agency specializing in custom web app solutions, UX design, and virtual reality. They live in the space where technology, design-thinking and humanity meet to make smarter software.
Bissell Brothers Brewery
Bissell Brothers is a production brewery with a location in Portland, Maine, that produces expressive ales and crisp lagers. Their vibrant, family-friendly taproom in Portland is one of the largest in the state, where you can purchase beer to-go in cans and enjoy draft pours on-site. Although distribution outside of their Thompson’s Point facility is limited, they have been able to increase production since their relocation, allowing them to supply more beer to their home state.
Bread and Butter Catering
Specializing in bountiful feasts and custom drinks, Bread and Butter invites you to taste how much they love Maine.
Brick South at Thompson’s Point is 25,000 sq. ft. of a strikingly different event space. It is a flexible multi-purpose venue that attracts a variety of events and provides a stunning backdrop for weddings looking to highlight both elegance and raw features. This gorgeous space features high, open ceilings, rough hewn wood and steel beams, warm brick, polished concrete floors—beautiful glimpses of the space’s industrial past alongside essential modern amenities.
From the rows of vines in the vineyard and fermentation tanks in the winery to their tasting rooms in Lincolnville and Portland, the Cellardoor Winery team is dedicated to making and sharing their Maine made wine.
Color Me Mine
Color Me Mine is a paint your own pottery studio that offers classes, is available to be rented for parties of all kinds, and most importantly, is a fun place to visit anytime and paint! From flowerpots, to wine glasses and everything in between, CMM is fun for all ages. Color Me Mine is also BYOB, so you can carry in Bissell Brothers beer or Cellardoor wine from Thompson’s Point! Come get creative!
International Cryptozoology Museum
The International Cryptozoology Museum is the only one of its kind, in the world! Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals, such as Yetis, Bigfoot, Lake Monsters, and Sea Serpents, as well as hundreds of other yet-to-be-found animals (cryptids) worldwide. The ICM has been featured on Time Magazine’s Top 15 Weirdest Museums in the World, and has won many other awards including Roadside America’s Top Choice to Visit August 2018.
Locally Sauced specializes in using locally sourced ingredients to create amazing food you recognize, with a twist that makes it all their own. All of their sauces, flour tortillas, sides and toppings are made fresh, in-house, daily. Partnering with local farms and businesses helps them ensure they are putting out the best product they can. They push to be socially responsible and strive to eliminate as much food and trash waste as possible.
The Rink at Thompson’s Point
Enjoy your skating experience with up to 10,000 sq. ft. of ice surface and multiple heating areas to keep those skating and not skating, warm and toasty. Enjoy special events and themed nights of ice skating fun. The Rink is seasonally open from October to March.
State Theatre Summer Concert Series
The State Theatre serves as the exclusive live music promoter for Thompson’s Point. Past artists booked include The Lumineers, The XX, Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Brandi Carlile, Grace Potter and Lake Street Dive. To see a full list of their summer shows, visit www.statetheatreportland.com.
With a focus on curating high quality spirits and a keen eye for great, solid flavor profiles, Stroudwater Distillery is currently rolling out distinctive bottles of Bourbon, Rye, Rum, Vodka, Gin and Coffee Liqueur. Their passion for great spirits means that they won’t bottle anything that doesn’t meet their high standards, whether their enjoying it over a little ice, or in a classic cocktail. Stroudwater Distillery makes spirits in a classic New England fashion.
Tree of 40 Fruit
Part art, part agricultural preservation, The Tree of 40 Fruit grows over 40 different types of stone fruit including peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries, and almonds. Sculpted through the process of grafting, the trees blossom in variegated tones of pink, crimson, and white in spring— in summer they bear a multitude of fruit. Primarily composed of native and antique stone fruit varieties, the trees are a form of conservation, preserving heirloom stone fruit varieties that are not commercially produced or available.