Almost A Traditional Old English Pub...
Serving fine food and drink to the Sugarloaf area for more than forty years, has often been compared to a fine English pub. While all affectionate flattery is graciously accepted, and most certainly appreciated, the management harbors certain reservations about being equated with most English pubs, the characteristics of which might not necessarily lend themselves to the western Maine mountain community. Our prominent, esteemed, and highly experienced research team of Reynolds, Jones, Mulligan and Roy, have recently completed an extensive study of the supposed Anglo phenomenon, has concluded, and can unequivocally substantiate the following...
Distinctions between The Bag & Kettle and your Average English Pub...
- We are 3500 miles closer to Eustis.
- Have Good Beer & Wine.
- Have Cold Beer & Wine.
- Have Good Food.
- Have Tabacco Smoke Free Ambiance.
- And generally, the Language, while derived from English, is understandable (with the possible exception of certain locals at certain times).
And while Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Churchill still find themselves bandied about in Merry Olde England, the local repartee consists generally of the following non-exclusive dependable topics: skiing/golf, sex, imbibing, and rhythm and blues...though not necessarily in that order.