If I were Elmer Fudd, I’d feel right at home with the décor of Camp Ticonderoga. It’s your everyday, average hunting lodge complete with animal heads displayed on the wall and wood “cabinesque” walls. As a NON hunter, it didn’t bother me- and the menu looked varied and had some interesting options. So let’s give it a go, I thought. My friend ordered the BBQ chicken sandwich and I got the ground chicken sandwich with apples and goat cheese. The service was SLLLLLOOOOOOW and their food was… meh. Once you go “Slow’s BBQ” or Lockharts it’s hard to try someone else’s substandard BBQ sammich. It was just a boring sandwich like my mom would make (no offense mom!) except it was HUGE. Plenty for 2-3 meals. It wasn’t bad, just not the kind we like- shredded to oblivion with a bland BBQ sauce. And the chicken burger was the same. It reminded me of a similar chicken burger I had made at home with goat cheese and apple. Mine wasn’t better, it’s just that their’s didn’t have anything else to set it apart from just putting ingredients on a burger. Bland but edible.
Their outdoor patio looked nice, and they have special events and dinners that sounded fun. But for the price, which isn’t super cheap, there’s just too much else around for me to make a repeat visit.
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