With our legendary from scratch kitchen, we now offer a creative casual menu upstairs in the Loft. Join us with your family and friends for great food, great drinks and a great time!
Serving Sunday through Thursday
3:00PM – 9:00PM
(closed on Monday)
Put a little Love into your dinner with Valentine’s Day @ the Barn. We will be offering a 4-course Prix Fixe dinner for two, including a bottle of wine. The Valentine’s menu has it all to romance your taste buds with four decadent courses. In addition, we will also be serving our seasonal menu. Take a closer look at the Valentine’s Day menu here.
Call and make your reservation today for you and your sweetheart!
Valentine’s Day Special Menu will be available February 10th – 14th.
Cost is $100 per couple
let’s toast @ the barn restaurant’s one year anniversary • a week-long celebration september 13th-18th • chef dan fortin and his culinary team bringing back the best of @ the barn dinner, craft cocktails and dessert items • specials including $1.00 oysters all day
Black Hog Brewing Company & @TheBarn bring you a Beer Dinner on Wednesday, July 27th at 6:00 PM.
$50. plus tax and gratuity
Portion of the Sales go to support the Granby Girls Soccer Team.
@thebarn was recently reviewed by New York Times reporter Rand Richards Cooper.
Review: Beneath the Rafters of the Barn, Steak and Seafood
February 12, 2016
Rand Richards Cooper
New York Times
Entering a new restaurant, you react to certain details semi consciously, décor features that skew your affections one way or another. The first thing I noticed at the Barn was the colored lights. Backlit areas glowed pink, yellow or green; a wooden lattice enclosed false marble panels that were lighted a luminous aqua from within. Wild, Gorgon-like chandeliers glimmered blue and yellow overhead. There was a vaguely disco-like quality to it all. Uh-oh, I thought.
My initial wariness proved unfounded. The Barn gives off a curious mishmash of signals: located in a renovated carriage house, it’s both rustic and contemporary, family-friendly and romantic, all at once. Yet somehow — don’t ask me how — it works. The restaurant, which opened in September, combines the talents of James Chen, a co-owner (along with his wife, Sandy Gao), whose three previous restaurants include the nearby Han Asian Cuisine, and its chef, Dan Fortin, formerly of the Infinity Hall bistros in Norfolk and Hartford. The Barn’s kitchen embellishes a primarily steak-and-seafood menu with eclectic Mediterranean and Asian touches. The results thoroughly satisfy.
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Sarah Bartis, Better CT (WFSB, Channel 3)
Dan Fortin, Chef @thebarn, shows the audience of Better Connecticut how to make lobster ravioli for a special Valentine’s Day dinner.
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Leeanne Griffin, Reporter for the Hartford Courant, recently wrote an article for the Food & Drink section of the Hartford Courant. The article discusses James Chen, Asian restaurateur and his debut with @thebarn steakhouse and seafood restaurant.
View Article – http://www.courant.com/features/food/hc-at-the-barn-restaurant-granby-0107-20151231-story.html