<h1>Morse’s Sauerkraut is a Fantastic! Great Maine Road Trip For German Food</h1>
If You Are: Taking 105 to 220 (Morse’s is on 220) maybe a ride from Lake St. George to Damariscotta Lake, on the way to Rockland, plan to be at this address for breakfast or lunch: 3856 Washington Road North Waldoboro, ME 04572
What’s Morse’s Good For? Really Fantastic German food; grocery market, restaurant – breakfast or lunch only and never on a Wednesday.
Famous for: Reuben Sandwich, Sauerkraut, Spicy Pickles
The Kraut House Restaurant
Morse’s restaurant is called the “Kraut House”. For lunch, in addition to their famous reuben sandwich they also serve home made perogies, sauerbraten, cabbage rolls, spaetzle, schnitzel, and borscht.
For Breakfast, in addition to a menu of traditional breakfast foods, they serve something truly special: German puffed pancakes filled with ginger-sugared apples, potato pancakes, and cheese blintzes. Morse’s has the best pickles and sauerkraut!
Here’s one of the Best Maine Lobster Roll Recipe‘s using Morse’s Pickles!
Even if you’re not planning on eating at the Kraut House, stop by and shop at Morse’s European Market. If you’re on a road trip or its one of those beautiful autumn days when you’re motorcycle is just calling to you. You ride out through South China, Liberty, on your way over to the coast, to Rockland or intending to ride down to the peninsulas, stop at Morse’s. Autumn is particularly pleasant time to enjoy great German food, and there is no place better than Morse’s.
With either the market or the restaurant you can’t beat this Great Maine Road Trip For German Food!