This is a fun, family place to eat good, wholesome food, though the red barn itself looks like it’s been transported from Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Established in 1954, founder Bennie Gentile was indeed inspired by the barns he saw in Germany in World War II. The menu is fairly straightforward, with a big selection of steaks (cooked over a wood fire), and seafood, all served with the traditional house salad, baked potato, or French fries. End your evening with the locally infamous “Raccoon Frozen Cocktail” for dessert (a spiked milkshake).