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EAsT on Main opened in the former Four Doors Down after six months of renovations. (Credit: Krysten Massa)

Eat like a farmer. Drink like sailor. That’s the motto at the newly opened EAst on Main, where diners can stop in for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night eats seven days per week.

The 2,500 square-foot restaurant opens in the former Four Doors Down Friday with a newly revamped dining room and bar area that brings to life the agricultural and nautical themes in its catchphrase with reclaimed barn wood accents and a boat that was repurposed into a couch.

The family-friendly menu features everything from breakfast sandwiches to pulled pork sliders to fried Oreos. Some highlights include the build-your-own burger menu that offers seemingly endless combinations — veggie options included.

The cocktail menu also features fun drinks such as the “Adulting Chocolate Milk” made with Bailey’s and topped with Cocoa Krispies. The surf and turf bloody mary with thick-cut bacon and jumbo shrimp is another must-try.

“We’re excited to welcome the neighborhood,” said owner Stephanie Piraino.

EAsT on Main is open until 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

See more photos of the restaurant below:

The couch nearest the fireplace is a converted boat. (Credit: Krysten Massa)