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Morse's Sauerkraut, Waldoboro
(4.4/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • Morse’s is iconic in Maine. Where else do you find a commercial enterprise devoted to German (and European) provisions in the heart of New England. And they’ve been doing this since the very early 190...  more »
  • My third visit and always excellent. Biggest challenge is deciding between breakfast and lunch. The reuben omelette and blintzes are are special. Order a variety and share. After eating stock up in th...  more »
  • Had lunch today, been here many times over the years, new owners two years ago. Small dining room sometimes a long wait. RE some of the things different. Use to get jars of different kinds of pickles ...  more »
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  • Went here on a beautiful fall day. The drive into this remote restaurant was stunning. The German restaurant and store is kinda awesome. Lots of product that you don't normally see. Various pickle samples. We ended up choosing the half sours. So good. The restaurant was fun too. Small room only five tables so we had to wait but it was worth it. Had the bratwurst with Sauerkraut and a reuben both were great. Fun outing.
  • Some of the most decadent food in the most unlikely locations. Worth going for both their breakfast and lunch, two very different menus but packed with rich, delicious western European food. And if you have to wait a bit for a table, their store is chalk full of goodies!
  • Fantastic food and amazing selection, waaaayyy out in the country. Well worth the drive.
  • Great place to dine or shop for some great imported meats, cheese, beer, wine and a host of homemade goodies.
  • Wonderland of good things to eat. Went for the kraut but found cheeses, homemade pickles, brats.....