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Oneiron339

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RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Thu, 11/20/03 7:34 AM (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by Pwingsx

Hey oneiron339, what were the Roman Arches? Sounds vaguely familiar, but all I can recall is Roman Village.

The Roman Arches was an Italian/American restaurant just south of 30th on Arapahoe next to the golf course. (I'm yalking 1970's). They had the best french dip sandwiches and gorgonzola salad dressing. We used to play golf and go there to drink, eat and settle up the golf bets. Sometimes we would argue and walk across the parking lot back on the golf course and play another hole to settle a bet (after a few pops).
 
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    rbpalmer

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    RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Thu, 11/20/03 8:23 AM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Pwingsx

    This thread is driving me nuts. I think I had my last Barn Buster shortly after high school graduation (in '77 in Boulder), and when I remember that hamburger, my mouth just waters. There is NOTHING like what those used to taste like.

    Of course, back then, Big Macs and Quarter Pounders tasted significantly different, and they were wunderbar as well.

    Fast Food has deteriorated SERIOUSLY since the late seventies. I truly believe that.


    I wonder if the fast food is so different, or if its our taste buds (and tastes) that have changed over the years. I know that as a child and teenager, I loved McDonalds, and then later, Burger King and other fast food fare, but as my tastes became more sophisticated, I began to realize that I could make a better burger at home than I could get at any fast food joint, and that I could find better food at any number of other places. I think that part of it was that, as a teenager, I had a much larger appetite than I do now, and when you're really hungry, almost anything tastes good.
     
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      CareCare7

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      RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Tue, 12/2/03 8:47 PM (permalink)
      I wanted to know if anyone remembers the Christmas album Red Barn was giving (or selling) that was called "Red Barn Christmas"? It had a mixture of songs, both vocals and instrumentals. Away in the Manger, Happy Holidays, Good King Wenceslaus, and many more songs were on it. My Dad had the album, I made a tape of it but I would love to have the original album to transfer to CD. Anyone out there have it?
       
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        capnhank

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        RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Thu, 12/4/03 5:10 PM (permalink)
        I haven't seen the album, but you can get this timely artifact on Ebay:

         
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          Barnbuster

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          RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 12/7/03 5:16 PM (permalink)
          I never thought I would see the day that people are talking about the RED BARN 30 years after the chain shut down. My parents were on the ground floor of the RED BARN System, and I have saved a ton of items from the RED BARN. My friends have told me many times to post a site with my items, but I wonder who would look at it? SOOO the link below will take you to the only known site of The RED BARN fast food chain. Over the next few weeks I will post everything that will fit on my server, from give aways to corp. papers and even blue prints.

          NEW UPDATES AS OF 12/16/03
          http://barnbuster.homestead.com/index.html
           
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            vinelady

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            RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sat, 12/20/03 1:39 PM (permalink)
            I believe that there is still a red Barn in Seattle. I will have to double check.
             
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              Barnbuster

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              RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sat, 12/20/03 7:56 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by vinelady

              I believe that there is still a red Barn in Seattle. I will have to double check.


              I wish it were true!!
              There are now 100's of restaurants called the "Red Barn". But in 1986 any use of the Red Barn System fast food chain trade name, or trademarks, ie: Barnbuster, Big Barney, The Hungries etc. was not allowed, nor any cups or paper items were to be produced or used.
              Some were renamed "The Farm". I know my family's restaurants were sold after the name was changed to "The Farm" in 1989.
               
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                xtracheez

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                RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 12/21/03 12:48 PM (permalink)
                That is quite a coincidence! I was telling my wife about the Red Barn the other day. There was a Red Barn in Winchester, VA and the building is still standing, which is now a Domino's Pizza. I don't recall there being any other RB's in the south? I loved the Barnbuster Burger. My grandfather and I went there all the time.
                 
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                  UncleVic

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                  RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 12/21/03 1:25 PM (permalink)
                  Huh... Now I'm starting to wonder if the Red Barn located on 28th street here in Grand Rapids Michigan used to be a restraunt? It's red, looks like a barn... But they dont serve food there... Just naked ladies and peep shows from what I'm told... Anyone local know?

                   
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                    capnhank

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                    RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Mon, 12/22/03 1:22 PM (permalink)
                    Gee, Uncle Vic, maybe we should do a little "official" research...
                    Do they have a lunch buffet?
                     
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                      Barnbuster

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                      RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Wed, 12/24/03 11:45 AM (permalink)

                      Originally posted by Barnbuster

                      I never thought I would see the day that people are talking about the RED BARN 30 years after the chain shut down. My parents were on the ground floor of the RED BARN System, and I have saved a ton of items from the RED BARN. My friends have told me many times to post a site with my items, but I wonder who would look at it? SOOO the link below will take you to the only known site of The RED BARN fast food chain. Over the next few weeks I will post everything that will fit on my server, from give aways to corp. papers and even blue prints.

                      NEW UPDATES AS OF 12/30/03
                      http://barnbuster.homestead.com/index.html[/quote


                      As many of you requested, I have found and posted the 'Hungries Song' on my Red Barn site. I have sent copies to many of you, and if anyone else wants a personal copy (I don't know why!), please contact me via my web site at: http://barnbuster.homestead.com/index.html
                      Or e-mail me: cornute@att.net
                      I have also posted lobby photos from the 70's, these are a real hoot! Merry Christmas!
                       
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                        DMWorrel

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                        RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 12/28/03 6:43 AM (permalink)

                        Hi Everyone. I found this forum doing a search for Red Barn and registered. I worked in/at 3-4 Red Barns in the Youngstown area. My father managed 5-6 non-franchise Red Barns and our family was there at the close of many of them. I believe the facts are as follows. The chain was started in the early 60s in Youngstown by a man named Harry Barmier. I think it was called The Red Barn System. It was sold/sponsored in the late 60s by a company called Servomation(food vending) and became Red Barn Restaurants. Red Barn was ready with a breakfast menu before the other FF chains, but held off. Red Barn was first with the Salad and Sunday Bars. Chicken was fried breaded and came as Snack 2, Dinner 3, Barnfull 9, Bucket 15 and Barrel 21(?). The chain had all the usual sandwiches, Big Barny (like the Mac) my favorite. A copywrite suit of sorts erupted over Hamberger Hungry so he changed a bit, added or removed the hat. The others were Chicken Hungry and Big Fish Hungry. The live person costume was only HH. The chain at its peak was on top of all the trends, includeig building styles as they started to look as they do today. At a point in time (mid 70s)the chain was holding steady, and with less promotion started its decline. The Red Barn chain was sold to Motel 6 and over time when leases ran out they were closed. Typically at 5:00 PM the store would be told to lock its doors. The last store in the Youngstown area, I believe, was in Niles. Some restaurants continued under changed names. I noticed the other day that now at one local site (Boardman) the building has been replaced. Hope this helped. Good food, no chicken like it.

                        DMWorrel (Grillman)
                         
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                          Barnbuster

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                          RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 01/11/04 4:16 PM (permalink)
                          Hi Paul,
                          Thanks for visiting my site. The chicken breading recipe was quite simple; flour, fine ground black and white pepper,salt and baking powder(or baking soda, don't know for sure)MSG. The key was pressure cooking. The old Red Barn cookers are long gone and were only made by one company in Ohio. The cooker was never reproduced as made in the 70's because the cleaning of this particular cooker took hours(newer units are easy to clean, so I hear), heavy pressure weights had to soak over night, overhead filters would clog and have to be cleaned, I know from personal experience! I know that there are home pressure frying units out there, but I have not found one that I think would do the job. As for who made the breading, Bulk ingredients were trucked into one location(don't know where), and then packaged by Servomation Corp. the company that owned the Red Barn system, at that time ingredients did not have to be listed, so the breading came in a plain white Red Barn chicken breading 20 lb.bag with the Red Barn logo. As for the restaurants, the last lease for the Red Barn franchise ran out in or about 1986, after that there were no more licensed products, cups, paper item etc. made. This is probably more then you wanted to know, but I hope you get a kick out of it!
                          http://barnbuster.homestead.com/
                           
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                            heff

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                            RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Mon, 01/12/04 4:00 PM (permalink)
                            In the late '70's, my elementary school class had a field trip to the Red Barn off of rte 1 in Northern VA. We got to see how the whole operation worked. Part of the deal was a burger, fries and a drink, which I remember didn't impress me much. McDonalds had already gotten their claws into me. I'd always lumped Red Barn in with the other burger places back then, Burger Chef both long gone and Genos (which had a distribution deal with KFC, later it became Roy Rogers). I had no idea it was nationwide.
                             
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                              Pepper Breath

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                              RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Fri, 01/16/04 6:11 PM (permalink)
                              I went to Tech school in Kenosha, WI in '68-'69 and used to get chicken at a Red Barn that was there, but i don't remember the address. Do remember the chicken was better than anyone else's at the time.
                               
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                                Pepper Breath

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                                RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Fri, 01/16/04 6:23 PM (permalink)
                                quote:
                                Originally posted by rbpalmer

                                quote:
                                Originally posted by Pwingsx

                                This thread is driving me nuts. I think I had my last Barn Buster shortly after high school graduation (in '77 in Boulder), and when I remember that hamburger, my mouth just waters. There is NOTHING like what those used to taste like.

                                Of course, back then, Big Macs and Quarter Pounders tasted significantly different, and they were wunderbar as well.

                                Fast Food has deteriorated SERIOUSLY since the late seventies. I truly believe that.


                                I wonder if the fast food is so different, or if its our taste buds (and tastes) that have changed over the years. I know that as a child and teenager, I loved McDonalds, and then later, Burger King and other fast food fare, but as my tastes became more sophisticated, I began to realize that I could make a better burger at home than I could get at any fast food joint, and that I could find better food at any number of other places. I think that part of it was that, as a teenager, I had a much larger appetite than I do now, and when you're really hungry, almost anything tastes good.

                                I think fast food has changed drastically from what it was 35-40 yrs ago. I remember the Whopper as being much bigger and tastier than what it is now. With the explosion of F/F and the automation of agriculture to economize production to keep up to specific Chains, taste and quality (I do think there was quality in some of the bigger chains at the outset)have really been left in the feedlot, brooderhouse, and field. Mass production does not a quality meal make!
                                 
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                                  Pwingsx

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                                  RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Fri, 01/23/04 2:53 PM (permalink)
                                  Does anybody have an approximation of a recipe for the Barn Buster? And I don't mean something just like a Big Mac, I know it was similar, but they weren't the same.

                                  I would love some help here, please please please.
                                   
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                                    Barnbuster

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                                    RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 01/25/04 10:49 AM (permalink)
                                    quote:
                                    Originally posted by Pwingsx

                                    Does anybody have an approximation of a recipe for the Barn Buster? And I don't mean something just like a Big Mac, I know it was similar, but they weren't the same.

                                    I would love some help here, please please please.


                                    1/4 pound hamburger, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and special sauce (KRAFT mild tarter sauce, same used on Big Barney).
                                     
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                                      Barnbuster

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                                      RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sat, 03/6/04 3:37 PM (permalink)
                                      Hello all,

                                      First I would like to thank the 1400+ Roadfooders that have logged on to the Red Barn site.
                                      I can not believe the e-mails and photos that are in my mail box every day.
                                      To make things better the Red Barn site is now: www.barnbuster.net please make a note.
                                      I will be doubling the size of the site in April to make room for all the Road Food member's
                                      pictures, mostly of what the Red Barn buildings look like now. I would love for members to send me photos of Red Barn buildings that are now different business (I see one is a strip join now). Again, thank you all for your letters, pictures and stories.

                                      Rich

                                       
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                                        ahmicchick

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                                        RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Mon, 03/8/04 10:10 AM (permalink)
                                        Hey, just saw this Red Barn thread and it brought back long-forgotten memories. There used to be a Red Barn in Toronto at the corner of Warden and St. Clair (I think). My parents, for some reason, didn't go there, but our neighbours did, and it was such a treat when I got invited to go along with them! Loved their burgers and fries.
                                         
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                                          anselmo1

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                                          RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Tue, 03/9/04 11:04 PM (permalink)
                                          We had Red Barn in locations all over Western New York in the late 1960's until the late 1970's. The best Red Barn was on Main Street in Batavia, New York where everyone and I mean everyone hung out. You would drive down Main Street pull into the Red Barn parking lot that went around the building to the otherside. See who was there and drive back onto Main Street and continue your journey if you didn't see someone that you knew. Usually, everyone went to see a guy by the nickname of YO YO that was a urban legend in Batavia that hung out there.

                                          The food was good especially the Barn Buster! Everyone in the summer had a convertible or a Super Bee and all the cars would tune their radios to the same station. It was an evening concert eating burgers and listening to Hush by Deep Purple, Tighten Up by Archie Bell and the Drells and Gimme One More Chance by Wilmer & the Dukes etc.
                                           
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                                            Doctor Z

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                                            RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Fri, 03/12/04 4:58 PM (permalink)
                                            I remember the Red Barn! It was my first "real" job when I was in High School here in Minneapolis, MN. I first started in 1977, and stayed with the place until it went out of business in 1982. I still have a couple of shirts that I was supposed to return but didn't. I worked back on the grill where I made Hamburgers, Cheesburgers, Big Barneys, Barn Busters, Chicken, Fish, and Apple Pies. An interesting fact about the Big Barney; Red Barn invented the double-decker sandwich in 1964, and McDonalds didn't have Big Macs until 1968. Unfortunately since McDonalds was much bigger, guess who had to get rid of their double-decker sandwich?
                                            When I worked at Red Barn, hamburgers were 35¢, and cheeseburgers 10¢ more. Big Barneys were 99¢, and I believe Barn Busters, the ¼-pounders, were $1.09.
                                            Our chicken was deep fried like KFC's but our pieces were bigger. I remember being told to "drop a run of chicken" in the pressure cooker which consisted of 36 pieces. We had to drop the chicken in a certain order too, because the dark meat cooked slower than the white meat. That is how I learned the anotamy of a chicken. The drop order was: Thighs, legs, keels, wings, breasts. It took 10 minutes to cook, then had to be laid out on a large metal tray in a certain order before being placed in the "Warmer."
                                            We also had a salad bar in the lobby, which wasn't very good in my opinion. The lettuce was usually wilted. The building was shaped like a barn and colored red, but our uniforms were pea green. The girls up front got to wear red scarfs though. We had commercials on TV where they asked you if you had the "Hamburger Hungries."
                                            In the mid-1960's we made our own french fries from scratch. They were awarded the Best Fries of any Fast Food place! Red Barn was head-quartered in Florida, and most restaurants you went to were privately owned franchises. Some of the old Red Barns around here are still standing but have been converted to Taco Bell's or Arby's. One became a used car dealer.
                                            About 10 years ago there was a classified ad in a local newspaper which read, "Remember the Red Barn?" It was a call for a Red Barn reunion party. I went and was the only representative from my store, but I got to meet a lot of fellow employees from other local stores around. They even had old 8mm movies and tons of pictures from our Red Barn days. I wore one of my old uniforms and got a lot of flack from the former managers about not turning them in when I quit. Found out one of our former employees now lives in Austrailia!
                                            Well that's all for now....
                                             
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                                              Wallyum

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                                              RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Mon, 04/19/04 6:27 AM (permalink)
                                              I believe there is what's left of a Red Barn in the Cincinnati Over The Rhine area. I remember eating there once as a very young kid when we were visiting my grandfather. I think it was a cleaner the last time I passed and IIRC, it once housed an auto parts store. This is all pretty iffy. I know they existed around here but like I said, I was really young at the time.
                                               
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                                                BakersBoy

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                                                RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sat, 05/1/04 11:07 AM (permalink)
                                                Once upon a time there was a Red Barn in Dunkirk, N.Y. on Lake Shore Drive. It was the first fast food restaurant in Dunkirk. We had "Your Host" but that was a local sit down restaurant. What was cool about the Red Barn was that during my junior high school years(Before 1968)we had an hour and a half for lunch and we could leave the school if we wanted. Well when the lunch bell rang we would run down to the Red Barn for lunch. The "Big Barney", the "Barnbuster" and the fries. I think of them still. But what I really remember is the chicken. The smaller servings came in a box that was shaped as a barn with the chicken and fries inside.

                                                The Red Barn building still exists in Dunkirk. It is now a very successful pizza place. But nothing will replace the Red Barn. " When the hungries hit, hit the Red Barn".

                                                BB
                                                 
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                                                  gcy6122

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                                                  RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Sun, 05/30/04 5:39 PM (permalink)
                                                  quote:
                                                  Originally posted by CheeseWit

                                                  I used to go to that Red Barn on Atherton in State College when I went to Penn State in '74-'78. I miss the burgers from there.


                                                  I went to Penn State in the late 1960's. The red barn was diagonally across from my apartement building on S. Atherton St. (Rt. 322, a major highway.) It was an adventure getting across the street to eat there. Their fries were crinkle cut, not straight like the other places. I may be wrong, but I believe that they played some sort of country music in the restaurant (not a popular genre in a college town then.) I think that there was also ared barn in Harrisburg, PA, also on or near Rt. 322, on the way to State College.
                                                   
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                                                    LatinPupE

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                                                    RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Tue, 06/8/04 4:18 PM (permalink)
                                                    Woah! I can't believe the number of people who remember Red Barn. I did a search for it on the internet about 6 months ago and couldn't get any information on why it closed. I loved that place when I was little. But I thought it was just a chain in the San Francisco Bay Area! I remember the mascots, Chicken Hungry, Hamburger Hungry and Big Fish Hungry. I remember their jingle too, ...When the hungries hit, when the hungries hit, ...hit the Red Barn! I even remember that they had a record once. There were several Red Barns all with the marqui and the sun in the corner. One other thing I remember is that they used to sell glasses from the King World Syndicate cartoon, Popeye, ...I had a Bluto, Popeye and a Ruffhouse glass. Bet if I would have kept them, I could sell them for a bundle!
                                                     
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                                                      ukcats1993

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                                                      RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Fri, 06/11/04 8:41 PM (permalink)
                                                      quote:
                                                      Originally posted by Breed

                                                      I lived in Cleveland Heights, OH as a little kid and remember visiting a Red Barn restaurant there. This would be the late 70's. Anyone remember a Red Barn there or have any idea what happened to this chain?


                                                      Back in the late 60's early 70's We had a Red Barn in Owensboro Kentucky. We live out in the country & make a run into town once a week for grocery's every week. My Grand Mother just had to do the Red Barn every week. I also have fond memory's of it my self.. & yes it was Barn shaped & red..
                                                      It was a big hit in our town & I wondered why it closed down..
                                                       
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                                                        linus

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                                                        RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Mon, 07/5/04 8:20 AM (permalink)
                                                        there was a red barn on the west side of cleve. in the seventies. i went to school with the owner's daughter, and we went there often. the burgers were outstanding. don't know what became of it tho. seems to me that they were best known for the chicken dinners. they were on a main drag, and always really busy, can't imagine they were closed due to lack of business. mc d's and bk were going strong back then, so that probably didn't have anthing to do with them closing either. ?? it was unusual in that you could get a wide range of food, chicken dinner, burger, fish, etc, in a fast food format.it was kinda like if you combined kfc with a burger joint.
                                                         
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                                                          emsmom

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                                                          RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Wed, 07/14/04 9:49 AM (permalink)
                                                          There was a Red Barn featured on Roker on the Road last night. It is located in Ghent, NY.
                                                           
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                                                            Pwingsx

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                                                            RE: Anyone remember Red Barn? Thu, 07/15/04 1:27 AM (permalink)
                                                            I saw that too. I'm afraid it's not part of the original chain. I think it was a stand-alone.
                                                             
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