My wife and I sought this place out specifically to buy the "whoopie pies" which get rave reviews on here, and we we not at all disappointed. They are really, really good. Had it not been for the fact that we had eaten a very late breakfast that day, and we were leaving town to come home at that time, we would have loved to have stayed for lunch. We will go back to eat there next time we are in Bangor. It is very quaint, and it's relaxed and seems kinda like a refuge, and not just because of the religious decor, but also because of the cell ph restrictions while in there (who doesn't want a respite from those?). The friars are very nice and they seem to be just about as genuine as one could ever hope a person could ever be. Don't let the religious aspect throw you off at all. It didn't for us, and I'm sure would n't for most. It is a very warm & welcoming atmosphere. Although we have only eaten one thing from there so far, I am certain that anything they make could only be equally as great. Their hours are a bit different & quite exact (to say the least lol), so see my pic regarding them.
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