The sides on the menu included potato salad, coleslaw and baked beans. Each was delicious. The potato salad was savory with chopped hard boiled eggs and a hint of onion. The potatoes were cooked perfectly to be tender but not mushy. The coleslaw was crunchy and creamy with a touch of sweetness and a smattering of celery seed. The baked beans were rich and saucy, well seasoned with both sweet and savory elements.
A positive experience goes beyond the food to include the staff, all whom were friendly and interacted with the customers. Our waitress was very personable and attentive. She checked with us several times to see that we had everything we needed and made sure we were all-set to take our leftovers home when we were finished. The chef came by the table to see how we liked everything and introduced the sous chef/pitmaster as well. The food was very reasonably priced and served in generous portions. 4Points is sure to be one of our regular go-to places in Maine.
|Waitress Michalea Clewley (left), Chef Wally Botello (center)|
and Sous chef/Pitmaster David La Pointe (right)
|Where the magic happens.|