State Lunch

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You can visit this bar after visiting Sonny's Museum. Perfectly cooked fried chicken sandwiches, fried chicken and vegetarian ramen have a nice taste. Guests can eat good waffles at State Lunch. It is good to enjoy delicious beer, bourbon or wine.

The intimate atmosphere of this place allows customers to relax after a hard working day. Visitors of this spot note that they found prices affordable. Fancy decor helps the clients relax. Google users who visited this bar state that the most suitable mark is 4.8.

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Maxwell Press Request content removal
Always fresh, creative cocktails and the tastiest food!
Mike Kenney Request content removal
We live in Sidney and this is the best meal to get in the whole state! The ramen is incredible lunch or dinner. Bao buns are always to please. And the specials (we had the fried chicken) will make you wake up in the morning craving more. To top that, crispy fries. Our server, Joc, has been serving us for 3 years and is always the best. A repeat must eat!
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Traveling through from Chicago (and my partner from Indianapolis) we happened upon State Linch looking for a late lunch on our way to the coast. Although it was hard to tell it was anything more than a nice bar from the sidewalk, the coffee shop across the street kindly recommended State Linch among other local spots. Stating it was a “slightly upscale unpretentious gastro bar with an award winning menu”. We couldn’t pass up a recommendation like that and jetted across the street. I ordered the red Thai chicken Ramen with chili garlic oil and he ordered the State Lunch Burger. We split both. The burger was the most flavorful, juicy burger with the perfect amount of crisp char and placed on a bun that was light but held up to the burger with a wonderful aoli. The garlic, pepper Parmesan fries were amazing.The ramen was full and flavorful with the right balance of kick and the chicken was so tender. We literally drank up every drop.The kicker was the selection of local brew on tap and they sent us up the street to buy a 4 pack to take home. A quaint town and incredible food. This was well worth the trek off the beaten path.
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Cocktail bars, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 11AM
$$$$ Price range per person $14 - $30
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217 Water St
Augusta, Maine, USA
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217 Water St, Augusta, Maine, USA
Features
Takeaway Сredit cards accepted Outdoor seating Booking Wheelchair accessible Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11AM-3PM
MondayMon 11AM-10PM
TuesdayTue 11AM-10PM
WednesdayWed 11AM-10PM
ThursdayThu 11AM-10PM
FridayFri 11AM-11PM
SaturdaySat 11AM-11PM
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