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Joshua’s Tavern

123 Maine St
Brunswick, Maine

207-725-7981

Hours:

Monday - Sunday 11:00 am -1:00 am

Joshua’s Tavern & Restaurant in Brunswick Maine .

ABOUT JOSHUA’S RESTAURANT & TAVERN…
joshua-s-restaurant-tavernSmall taverns which offered good food at reasonable prices and cold ales in a warm
comfortable atmosphere, were once common to locals and overnight travelers. In today’s world of
fast food and huge franchises, quality food and customer service seems to be forgotten.
Joshua’s Restaurant and Tavern opened on June 6th, 1990, with the goal of being
different from these restaurants. We promise to serve the freshest seafood from the Gulf of
Maine, choice grades and cuts of meat, and a variety of sandwiches to please almost everyone.Joshuas_interiors_001
Our beers and ales are kept ice cold for you at all times, or if you prefer, we offer a wide variety
of spirits that one of our mixologists would be happy to pour for you.

Planning a special occasion?
Joshua’s Tavern has The soluTion!
Banquets and meetings may be reserved based on availability for either the
Tavern or the Restaurant. We host buffets or formal dinners, whatever meets
your needs. We are happy to help plan your menu with you, and we offer many
food selections not on our regular menu.
ABOUT JOSHUA…
joshua chamberlan collageJoshua’s Restaurant and Tavern is named after General
Joshua L. Chamberlain (8 September, 1828-24 February, 1914).
Chamberlain was commissioned as lieutenant colonel of the 20th
Maine Volunteers upon entering the Civil War. His military
career is most remembered for protecting the left flank of the
Union line at the battle of Little Round Top, Gettysburg. His
efforts and command at this battle earned him the Congressional
Medal of Honor, one of many honors he was to receive.
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant promoted Chamberlain to Brigadier
General, on the field of battle at Rives Salient, on June 18th,
1864, after the battle of Petersburg. Chamberlain is the only
person to have received this honor during the Civil War. He was
thought so highly of, by General Grant, that Chamberlain was
chosen by Grant to accept General Lee’s surrender, at
Appomattox. At Appomattox, “The Grand Old Man of Maine”
ordered his troops to a marching salute during the surrender
parade, respecting the honor of the defeated men. Chamberlain
returned to Brunswick, and in the following years of his life served
as the Governor of Maine, President of Bowdoin College, and
Surveyor of the Port of Portland.

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Not wonderful! They cater to Beaudoin personnel..fine..and that's ok...but they r very rude to outsiders..waitstaff included

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