A royal duck in Damariscotta

So, what do you do when you are on vacation and the weather just stinks?  Where do you go when you planned on spending the week relaxing on a boat, but instead the weather requires a Gorton’s Fisherman outfit in order to do so?  Well, you find a place inside where you can relax and have fun all the same.  During my recent Maine vacation, King Eider’s Pub in Damariscotta did the trick.

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This is a perfectly inviting place.  It captures a nautical feel befitting of the town, while also harkening back to colonial times.  Both the exterior and interior of King Eider’s has almost a historic atmosphere.  If you didn’t know any better, you would imagine this place being a stop for sailors in the 18th century.

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They also have one of the best logos you will find on any tavern…

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So check out the new article on the American Public House Review and feel free to share you thoughts below.  Cheers!

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  1. Preparing for the long journey…

    During the holiday weekend I will be in New York, North Carolina, and I’m going to do with the car. If you travel a journey on the road long enough, it is best if you can work somehow, so you do not own, to travel. Find a friend or someone with y…


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