If you've ever been in the mood for a nice smoky barbeque dinner and getting those meat sweats out with some primal axe throwing, Bangor's got a new restaurant that will tick all of the boxes.

Smoke and Steel BBQ is the latest restaurant to crop up here in Bangor that offers not only classic southern cuisine but some sharp objects to keep you entertained. It's set to open it's doors Wednesday, July 28th at 11 AM.

The restaurant is located at 471 Stillwater Avenue in the same plaza area as Buffalo Wild Wings.

The restaurant has a Facebook page up with upcoming information and its fully stocked southern BBQ menu that includes Hillbilly Nachos, bone-in wings, pulled pork, poutine, a BBQ Rueben, ribs and a slew of other dinner delights. There's also a Sunday brunch section of the menu that includes shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles and even a brisket benedict.

Beers, cocktails and wines are also included on the menu with cocktails including classic southern liquors like bourbon, whiskey and moonshine.

Now, let's talk about that axe throwing, shall we? Of course! There are five lanes of axe throwing, perfect for that post-barbecue rage we often experience or maybe it's a before-dinner activity to build up your appetite. Each lane has two targets and is made for up to 12 people at a time. Just, be aware of your surroundings.

Don't worry if you're uncertain about your throwing skills because they'll have some throwing coaches to help you with your technique. The kids 10 and older are welcomed to get in on the blade throwing fun as long as a parent is around. Reserve your lane after 2 PM for an hour of axe throwing then, go get yourself some barbecue.

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