It’s a tiny, tiny space so get there early to get any kind of spot. The service was kind and friendly. They have a small taplist but it’s Maine craft so that’s a good thing. Food to nosh on and good conversations are the key here. The tomato soup with fennel was fantastic. The large fry cooked in duckfat makes for a huge portion that I couldn’t finish. It’s a really love place to spend a Saturday evening.
A small place that is exceedingly popular, and therefore always crowded. We actually tried to go here once earlier in the weekend and the wait was ridiculous, so we scrolled past and came back at an odd time and made it in with a semi-reasonable wait.
About a half dozen beers on draft, all from local (or at least Maine) breweries. Wasn’t really anything terribly interesting, though. Ended up being pretty much the same stuff that was available everywhere else.
The food here was certainly good. In retrospect, I don’t think I would wait as long as we did to eat here. They have some crazy milkshakes, though, which are kind of the stars of the show (along with the fries).
Probably due to the insane level of business they see during the summer months, the service was at least friendly and attentive, but seemed to be focused on turning over tables.
Go here for the food and have a beer while you’re at it. They had a half dozed drafts of very local beers -- one was a new brewery with no beers yet entered on RB. Food was terrific, as was that new beer.
Small lunch spot in town, drive straight from RI to here and beat lunch rush. Nice little high hair set up for kid. Small draft selection. But all stuff and out of towner like myself wanted had some Bissell. Food was really good had poutine and a crab panini, wife had milk shake. Really delicious stuff. Perfect lunch spot in my opinion staff very friendly.
Franckg (55) Trois-Rivières, Quebec | August 24, 2016| Updated September 12, 2016
Visited on August 2014 for dinner because it was recommended by Trip Advisor. We arrived 5 min before noon and we took the last available places along the wall. 15 min after, there was a 30 to 60 minutes waiting line outside. As a Quebecer, it was my duty to try their poutine and it was excellent. They have a small selection of local beers on tap, maybe 10 or 12, and some other commons like Lagunitas. The service was quick and staff was kind and smily. I would come back for food, not beer selection.
Hopped of the aero plane with time to kill till hotel check in time and I had a hunger for some food. Small place that I would imagine could get pretty crowded. Monday just before lunch and this place was full. I had some fries, and Cuban sandwich, and a beer from biased bros and all of which were pretty damn solid. Prices were high but the quality of the food almost makes it a good value. Would I come back? Probably... But I would probably explore some other places before I returned.
This place has fantastic food and pours six beers on tap all from Maine breweries. The duck fat fries are delicious as are the fantastic panini. There’s no faulting the small taplist featuring Banded Horn, Bissell, Allagash, Oxbow, Bunker and Marshall Wharf. A really well thought out list of beers. Service was awesome from staff and their beer knowledge was impressive. It’s a popular eatery and small so prepare for lines during peak times. A nice treat but pricey but you do pay for quality here.
Be prepared to wait up to an hour during lunch or Dinner because this place is no longer a hidden gem, the word has been out for a while. After my third visit I have to say it is just as great as the first time. Love the Belgian fries fried in Duck fat, the menu is a bit pricy but it’s quality. The beer is focused on local Maine brews and cider but only five or six taps. If you have the time you should check it out.