A Former Grocery Store Led To One Of Maine’s Oldest And Most Beloved Pubs

Maine is full of history. It doesn’t matter if you live in a small town or one of the larger cities, it seems that every building, every shop, every person has a story to tell about life before we got here. That’s just one of the beautiful things about living here. We’re always on the hunt for the interesting backstories of local spots and this one is a favorite! It doesn’t hurt that visiting also means a great meal.

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Bull Feeney’s is open Thursday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Their hours have changed recently and might fluctuate throughout the rest of the year so be sure to check out their website or follow them on Facebook for the latest. They can be reached at 207-773-7210.

Bull Feeney’s isn’t the only place with a story! Step back into history at Maine’s oldest standing tavern. It’s in Freeport!

Address: 375 Fore St #5010, Portland, ME 04101, USA