Web says open the day we showed up, 9am-9pm. Arrived and closed. Update your online info. Thumbs down on this and our only visit.
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This place was ok with basic food and not too expensive. I found most of the food heavy on the butter and greasy. I would not go back Note- we were here august of 2015
At a main crossroads. A natural place to stop, shop, get an ice cream or play mini putt. Not far from Whycocomagh or Baddeck. A Cape Breton staple which has been around many years now. Always a welcome sight to see The Red Barn when...More
Certainly have the down home taste... Meals where good .. Price was fair... They have a nick nack shop to purchase trinkets... no problems! Enjoyed..
This restaurant offers all that a tourist would want on their way around Cape Breton. The service is great and the food is great. It is a little pricey but it's worth it. Nice surroundings.
We had lunch here. Had mussels as a starter and they came on a huge plate. fresh and delicious - the best I've ever had. We all had the lobster roll as a main and it was a croissant with a good quantity of lobster...More
Great simple food at supper, At breakfast next morning I ordered a scrambled egg with cheese on top on a croissant. This was no croissant. To add insult to injury it was stale and dry. I had visions of a delicious breakfast. it was not.
We had been here on several occasions in the past &almost took a pass this time but we didn't and we're very pleasantly surprised.. the quality of merchandise was great, crafts, wonderful selection..I wished I was 50 years younger and not downsizing..!!
This was a cozy cafe with a great menu; lots of variety to choose from including local seafood. The service was quick & friendly. After dinner we enjoyed browsing the large gift shop which included local arts & crafts.