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Return Of The Pumpkins, Local Plates And Avoiding Red's

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DAMARISCOTTA—Fall offers lots to look forward to: fewer tourists, plenty of parking, and the return of pumpkin beer. King Eider's Pub celebrates the rollout of Shipyard Pumpkinhead with a party on Monday, Sept. 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. [FB]

BELFASTChase's Daily and Lost Kitchen are among the restaurants participating in "Local Plates," in conjunction with tomorrow's all-day Maine Fare event. From 5:30 to 9 p.m., the restaurants will each offer a starter and an entree prepared from all-local ingredients. A four-course farm-to-table lunch served under a tent is also part of the event. [MTM]

MIDCOAST—Writing for the Gadling travel site, Melanie Renzulli takes a refreshing tack to avoid the "Wiscasset bottleneck" and Red's Eats, wondering what all the fuss is about. "Why would vacationers line up for hours for a lobster roll when they have likely spent the last week or two gorging on the same fare without having had to take a number and wait?" [Gadling]

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King Eider's Pub

2 Elm St. Damariscotta, ME