|Staff:||(5 / 5)|
|Seat to Beverage Time:||(5 / 5)|
|Food:||(4 / 5)|
|Company:||(5 / 5)|
|Hygiene:||(4 / 5)|
|Atmosphere:||(5 / 5)|
|Value:||(5 / 5)|
|Average:||(4.7 / 5)|
Davis’ Pub is like the ‘Cheer’s’ of Eastport it seems everyone that enters know’s everyone’s name! Davis’ Pub is a little place in Eastport right off the 4th Street dinghy dock in an old open beamed cabin type building. It’s quite cozy and a bit tight, but they also have tables along the sidewalk if you feel like eating outside.
When we first found this place I could tell I’d like just right from the start, though we were unknown to the many regulars they were all very friendly folks and the open beamed building made me feel right at home. The overall atmosphere of this place is something that can’t be manufactured; it was built back in the 20’s and has been serving up food and drinks since the 40’s to the working class neighborhood it resides in. Their menu states, ‘Where there are no strangers, only friends you haven’t met’, and here it’s no lie; the folks are quick to start up a conversation and you just might know the names of their extended family by the time you leave.
While you can’t go wrong with there standard pub food I can state their ‘Chicken and Sausage Gumbo’ is great and it’s less than $10! We also at the specials a few times which were also very good, just ask the folks sitting next to you what they like and they’ll tell you.
If you want to feel like an instant part of the the community stop by here and you’ll have some new friends in no time. Oh Guy Fieri came here for the Food Channel a while back and liked it, don’t really like the guy (Guy) but I suppose he know’s a bit what he’s talking about.