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Are there any (good) German restaurants in Portland?

lupaglupa Jul 7, 2011 05:40 PM

My husband wants to go out for German while we are staying in Maine - is there a German restaurant near Portland?

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    mainahs Jul 8, 2011 10:02 PM

    Yes, Richard's is good. We've been going there for years. Love the combination plate of sausage, other meets, suarkraut, potatoes. Dinner rolls are a treat.

    1. MidCoastMaineiac Jul 8, 2011 05:22 AM

      Not sure if you consider a drive of a little over an hour "near Portland", but the restaurant at Morse's in Waldoboro is divine.

      http://www.morsessauerkraut.com/resta...

      You could always make a day out of it. Morse's for lunch, Primo in Rockland for dinner. Sounds like a perfect day to me....

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        rockblogsterbdn Jul 8, 2011 07:18 AM

        Seconded on Morse's. It's a bit of a haul from Portland but it is well worth the drive. My husband and I went for the first time last month and it was EXCELLENT. I had the best reuben I've ever had in Maine. All the pickles you can eat. You'll drool uncontrollably at the meat and cheese case.

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          lupaglupa Jul 8, 2011 12:31 PM

          Morse's sounds great! I'm sure it would work for us this trip though. The drive would be even longer since we have a ferry ride to the mainland at beginning and end.

        2. the_MU Jul 7, 2011 08:38 PM

          There's Richard's in Brunswick. I don't know if it's good.

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          Richard's Restaurant
          115 Maine St, Brunswick, ME 04011

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