Dine Out Maine: Hot Suppa! serves 4-star 'pan-Southern' food in Maine (of all places)
"Not only was the chicken peppery and crisp, but its perfect partner, the waffle, was light, faintly sweet and (this is a sincere compliment) a nearly identical copy of one you might taste at a famous Southern diner chain."
"Scratch-made breakfast specialties—such as rave-worthy corned-beef hash, biscuits and sausage gravy, French-style omelets, and burritos—draw the faithful to this venerable brick Victorian in the city’s West End."
Eggs Benedict with Pulled Pork and Fried Green Tomatoes
"This delectable mountain of breakfast love might send you flailing back into bed. The luscious, hickory-smoked pork complements the bright flavor and texture of the fried green tomatoes. If the silky and slightly citrusy hollandaise sauce didn’t mingle so perfectly with the runny egg yolk, it even might feel like gilding the lily."
"Their stellar corned beef hash is a reminder that this is a New England joint, but the rest of the menu pulls from highlights across the Southeast, ranging from chicken and waffles to chicken and sausage gumbo."
"... if you haven’t crushed a Bloody Mary over some fried green tomatoes on a late Sunday morning in 90 degree weather, you’re not a Mainer. Southern-influenced and cooked to perfection, Hot Suppa is amazing."