When you're planning a meal with family and friends, everyone is going to have an opinion on what they want to eat. Choose a local restaurant that will please everyone. Riverfront Barbeque & Grill is a great choice because:
Our barbeque restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. You can count on our attentive, friendly staff to serve up mouthwatering food your family will rave about.
Delicious food, good company, live entertainment and your choice of alcoholic beverages - what more could you want in a barbeque restaurant? At Riverfront Barbeque & Grill we keep it classy with professional service and a laid-back vibe.
All our food is prepared from scratch using fresh local products. Come in today and try some of the best barbeque food Augusta, ME has to offer.
It's the end of the week. Need to unwind? Check out the Gin Mill bar above Riverfront Barbeque & Grill. Every Thursday through Saturday starting at 3:00 p.m., our upscale bar comes alive with acoustic music, cold drinks and savory food.
If you're looking for a relaxing, intimate atmosphere and a wide selection of drinks and food, visit the Gin Mill.
Riverfront Barbeque & Grill., open 7 days a week, 363 days a year for lunch and dinner. Authentic, Southern, slow smoked BBQ, featuring Memphis rub ribs, pulled pork, shredded beef brisket and smoked chicken. We have something for everybody, including fresh seafood, pasta and vegetarian entrees. We are family friendly and have an excellent kids menu. Riverfront Barbeque & Grill. purchases fresh local products and makes every item in house from scratch. We do not take reservations but we will work with you to accommodate larger parties. In addition to the restaurant, our Gin Mill Lounge is open Thursday through Saturday.
Gin Mill menu available from 3pm til 11:30pm
Great wine selection
125+ imported and domestic beers
Several single malt scotches and single batch bourbons
Vast and intriguing martini list
Live Entertainment - Schedule on Twitter & Facebook
We are located in Augusta's Historic Riverfront District. Like many communities throughout our great country, we are blessed with a water gateway to the world. Explorers visited these banks of the Kennebec as early as 1607. Captain James Howard, who was the commander of Old Fort Western, became the first permanent settler. "The Fort" as it was called at the time, became a key frontier trading post and later an inland port. It is now know as Old Fort Western, the oldest wooden fort in the Northeast. Augusta grew up around the fort and became incorporated in 1797, Augusta grew with the help of its manufacturing and publishing businesses. Our building was built in 1903 as a warehouse that stored paper, magazines and catalogs. These items were manufactured and printed here in Maine and shipped through the beautiful granite Augusta Post Office (the Old Federal Building across the street), and down the Kennebec River to their world wide destinations. Our rich history is exemplified in the incredible architecture of our the buildings here on Water Street.