Food, Music, and Beer make North Country a go-to, especially if you love barbecued food and country music!!!
The word barbecue comes from the language of a Caribbean Indian tribe called the Taino. Their word for grilling on a raised wooden grate is barbacoa. The word first appeared in print in a Spanish explorer’s account of the West Indies in 1526, according to Planet Barbecue.
Since then, the popularity of barbecues has spread like wildfire. The history of barbecuing in North America dates to colonial times, and it has been a part of our culture ever since. To say that North Country BBQ has maintained that tradition is an understatement.
Replete with a menu that caters both to the aficionados of zesty cuisine and those in search of lighter fare, the Brickhouse eatery oozes with energy and excitement. As a gathering place for foodies, the experiential component to meals is as inviting as the recipes. North Country taps into the pulse of downtown; offering live music and a vivacious atmosphere custom-designed for great conversation and great eating.
North Country has a lot to offer, including an amazing taste of history, friendly waitresses, and great live entertainment! You will find it all here. The history of Barbecuing is alive and well at 10 Dunlop Street East. Find out more and book a table right here!