We stopped here for lunch on Memorial Day on our way to Acadia National Park. Being from Alabama, we were a little nervous to try bbq so far from home since we take it very seriously. But we had been eating a lot of shellfish and wanted something different, so we stopped in. Very good decision. We enjoyed really good pork, ribs, chicken, and sausage. There are two sauce choices on the tables--a maple, sweet sauce and the other is more buffalo-style. I enjoyed my sandwich with both of them, and I would recommend it. The only thing I found kind of strange is that my sandwich came on toast, rather than a bun. It tasted fine; it was just a little different from the norm. Our server was very attentive and friendly. She did tell us that the guy who started this place is from North Carolina, so his bbq knowledge is no joke. I would definitely stop in again when I'm in the area.
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