while on vacation in Maine, we have been to a few BBQ joints, this one by far was the best, the pulled pork was smokey and moist with out alot of sauce to ruin it. The hushpuppies were as close to the ones my NC native grandma used to fry up for me, haven't had them in a long time. My husband couldn't decide so he ordered 2 entrees the brisket platter (he said was excellent) with baked beans (also excellent) and the ribs ( he said were so so and little dry), the kids cheeseburger was on a kaiser roll and my 13 year old daughter could only eat half, my son got the chicken fingers and cornbread which looked like a giant muffin, he said it was as good and ate that first. the beer selection was small but the waitress we could get any mixed drink we wanted. The service was a little slow, but the waitress said it was her first day and she was just learning the ropes, we didn't mind, she was very helpful and attentive. The atmosphere was nice, alot of civil war stats, prints, and artifacts covered the walls and the kids had a mini history lesson (even though they didn't want it), I was kind of hoping to speak to the owner about some of things that were displayed but I guess he was busy cooking. His wife was helping to serve and train the new waitress. If we lived closer this would definitely be one of our go to places to eat. I would reccommend this place to anyone visiting the area.
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