We went there for the Sunday Buffet and we were sorely disappointed in almost every regard.
The price and address suggests upscale and that's where it ends. Limited selection for non meat eaters. The buffet tables had no vegetable dishes, the cold salads were prepared and served in bowls and the caesar was a wilting bed of romaine. By appearance, if not by taste, many dishes appeared to be pre-prepared foods from the bacon to turkey. The salmon, lamb and beef on the carving station were tempting but also unseasoned and not tender to the pallet. Sad to say I found that the food was almost tasteless. The coffee wasn't the only item on the buffet that was hardly warm at best. Deserts were run of the mill. A nice fruit platter of melon, grapes and pineapple was a welcome option against a the range of cakes and a cookie option. I must mention the table service was attentive and on going throughout the meal.
The Red Barn has been around for a long time. In earlier times it was a much more inviting and attractive place for a Sunday buffet. The crowds were there so in fairness either I'm being too fussy or perhaps it is that the Red Barn is the only show in town for this type of Sunday gathering.
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