A destination for breakfast or lunch. It's country at its best. Nice ride, excellent food to fill your belly. Don't forget to visit the gift house. You will wait on the weekends but it's worth it.
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Wow, is this out of the way. But a nice drive on a good day - definitely worth it. Beware the waits. Suggest an off time to try it. I had french toast, eggs, and ribs! OMG, this was the largest meal I have had...More
The Maple Barn is open for breakfast and lunch. They serve breakfast all day. Be advised that the restaurant closes at 2 p.m. The maple frappe was very tasty. The turkey sandwich was good, with generous thick slices of turkey. But the multigrain bread was...More
We made a special trip to the place but probably won't go back. Stood in the doorway about 5 minutes before anyone said anything to us or seated us even though it wasn't busy. We got seated at a booth with hard, short benches that...More
I just moved out of the area and I'm having serious withdrawals from this place. I think their maple syrup runs through my veins at this point. It's the perfect place for a true New England breakfast. The eggs Irish is a favorite of mine,...More
Thiz is our good ole standby when 'out of town visitors arrive. Great atmosphere, consistantly good food & friendly service. Portions are generous...and they have THE best strawberry pancakes and home fries! We invaded them with a crew of 9 ( including young children), and...More