There are two dining areas connected by archways in a brick wall, with a fireplace between the archways. The second dining area has a full bar and a room full of elevated tables surrounded by bar stools. And despite the wall decoration above the fireplace, venison was not a choice on the menu!
We started of with a mixed green half-salad. The full salad must be huge, because the half was a generous serving containing various greens, red onions, mushrooms, cucumbers, tomatoes, and broccoli.
We followed the salad with an appetizer of honey-barbeque pork wings. Yeah, pigs fly here in Maine. The "wings" were approximately one incb cubes of pork ribs with the bone still in, with carrot sticks and ranch dressing on the side. They were yummy; I definitely would order them again. (Sorry the photo is a little blurry.)
We chose the Old Orchard Pizza which came with roasted red peppers, green peppers, mushrooms, and artichoke hearts. (We decided to skip the artichoke hearts, not being fans of artichoke in general and not wanting them polluting our pizza. It was as good as it looks! I had been craving pizza, as we've been trying to eat healthier and it had been weeks since we'd had any. A little pepperoni and sausage would have been delicious, but we tried to be reasonably good.
I know where I'm going the next time the urge for pizza hits me! Maybe I'll see you there?
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