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The menu at Hot Suppa is all made from scratch from quality ingredients; local goods are used whenever possible. Our renowned breakfast and lunch are served seven days a week, so you can get that corned beef hash fix whenever you’re jonesing. Dinner is available five nights a week, featuring our favorite dishes, like fried chicken & a waffle,Pulled Pork Mac n' cheese, falafel salad, and Maine oysters on the half shell. We offer a full bar service if you care to relax into the evening with a Porch Swing cocktail, or recover in the morning with a spicy Bloody Mary or cold draft beer.
All reviews brunch fried green tomatoes hash browns shrimp and grits pimento cheese maple latte canadian bacon cubano sandwich pulled pork ribs home fries potatoes chicken salad southern food mother clucker bloody mary
Due to the freezing gusts this weekend, we wanted to find a breakfast place that was close to The Francis, where we were staying. Hot Suppa was 1 1/2 blocks to walk to so we gave it a go. The dining area was small but...More
This place is always packed, and for good reason! The food is delicious and home-made tasting. Their dishes are southern style and made to perfection. Service was great and the staff were all friendly and welcoming. I would give more than 5 stars if I...More
Husband had surgery and was resting to be discharged the next day. I needed a light lunch, hoping for a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and good food. Hot Suppa is the place. Place is small and it was busy. I sat at the bar. Dominik, bartender...More
After an aborted trip we headed here for breakfast. Loved the variety offered for breakfast choices! Small venue but comfortable and clean. Food came promptly and hot. The coffee cups were kept full. Everyone had something different and no one was unhappy with their meal....More
Creative, fresh, locally sourced with a southern theme. Excellent variety.
Attentive and upbeat servers. Oysters were outstanding from Damariscotta, icey cold and briney.
Imaginative and tasty list of house cocktails.
Two of us had fried chicken and collards-totally satisfying. We tried one of the specials...More
I love this place! There will be a wait, have a snack before you go and wait!
The cajun bloody mary is a must. You can't go wrong with the *mother clucker*, by that i mean order it.
This time i had the green tomato...More
I came here for a lovely breakfast with my husband on our Anniversary trip. We arrived at about 9:30 am and were told we'd have a wait of about 20 minutes. (Note: I am not complaining about the wait, keep reading!) I was kind of...More
Our party of four all ate from the specials menu, and we all left with smiles that couldn't be wiped off our faces, and FULL! The folks working there were some of the friendliest staff I've ever experienced at a restaurant, and their attitude made...More
Wow breakfast was lush we had to wait an hour for table we went for a walk came back and table was ready.
Place is cool and staff very friendly food was delish with a good choices.
Waffles with chantilly cream was gorgeous washed down...More
Parking is a challenge. There is no lot for the restaurant. Depending on what time I day we go for dinner, we often have found a spot out front, or may park on a side street. The restaurant is worth it, so we would even park... More
Parking is a challenge. There is no lot for the restaurant. Depending on what time I day we go for dinner, we often have found a spot out front, or may park on a side street. The restaurant is worth it, so we would even park several blocks away if we had to do this.
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