Thursday, 27 December 2012 18:55

Reinventing the Fork

Odlin Road's My Fork to change its format for the New Year

BANGOR Bigger doesn't always mean better. My Fork, the restaurant and lounge situated on 268 Odlin Road in Bangor, is undergoing a change that will bring the owners back to their family restaurant roots.

Lewis and Dustin Littlefield are co-owners of the restaurant and are reducing the size and scope of what they offer. Rather than offering a restaurant, sports lounge and live music venue, the father-and-son team have decided to simplify and present a family-oriented restaurant with home-cooked meals in a smaller, more comfortable setting.

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Matt Mason, winner of the first season of 'CMT's Next Superstar' in 2011, will visit Maine for the first time on Friday, June 29 when he brings his band to My Fork Restaurant and Sports Lounge on the Odlin Road in Bangor with special guest Chris Ross.

Country music fans were introduced to Mason in 2006, when he was selected from among 20,000 hopefuls to be one of 10 contestants on USA Network's 'Nashville Star.' Judges and fans alike were taken with the young country music traditionalist who was weaned on the music of legends Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings during his formative years in Indiana.

On 'Nashville Star,' Mason placed fourth overall and assumed the show would provide the rocket fuel to get his career off the launch pad. After a move to Nashville, he learned that the music business can be an unpredictable beast, and even a weekly appearance on a popular national broadcast was no guarantee of success.

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