Lucky Loggers Family Restaurant & Catering has been in business since 1980. We offer quality food at quality prices with quick consistent friendly service. We do not substitute speed for quality. Owner on site has been with the restaurant since 2000. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner anytime of the day. We serve real turkey freshly cooked and sliced on premise, fresh haddock, fresh breaded tenders, fresh hand pressed USDA hamburg, very lean pastrami and known for our awesome omelets. Not to mention our fresh ground bottomless cup of coffee. We now serve beer, wine and spirits. Customers have been raving about our Mimosa’s and Bloody Mary's.
We have a clean, friendly atmosphere, with an open concept kitchen. The entire length of the main wall in our dining room is adorned with a mural that visualizes the old logging days on the Saco River. Antique saws and other logging tools embellish the large pine panels, dried by Joe Deering's own lumber yard, which are used as the remaining walls in the dining room.
I know a place, On the old drying ground,
Where plenty of hearty food can be found.
The home of cordial mornings, A bottomless coffee cup, With a lumberjack breakfast;
To fill a logger up. One wall shows a mural
Of drivers working hard Pushing great logs down the Saco To Joe Deering's lumberyard.
His sawmills did the cutting; The river dried the wood. Joe's private stock adorns the walls Or so it’s understood Rustic tools to ornament;
Billy Beaver in his case.
Combine with warmth and friendliness;
A smile on every face
Silver dollar pancakes, Omelets, golden brown,
Bacon, sausage, and home fries,
The best you'll find in town.
At Lucky Logger's Landing Fulfill your breakfast wishes. And when the meal is over,
They will wash the dishes.
- Rebecca Beam