Overlooking Leibert’s Creek, this refined rustic paradise embodies the essence of local love. Within the walls of a restored hundred-year-old farmhouse and barn, you’ll find two ways to savor this idyllic farm-to-table experience. With several dining rooms, inventive cuisine, and elegant charm, the stately House is complemented by the Barn, a two-story sandwich, salad, and craft beer haven. Float between both by starting with drinks at one and making your way to dinner at the other, or dine on the lush patio underneath the organic canopy of willow trees. No matter where you decide to feast, you’ll have a selection of seasonally-inspired and locally-sourced plates to choose from.
Did You Know? The name “House and Barn” isn’t a gimmick—a century ago, it truly functioned as a house and barn. Now, it’s a restored piece of history with a delicious new purpose.
Insider Tip: The best feature of this restaurant is that it’s actually two separate restaurants connected by a walking path, and you can enjoy both distinctive and delicious venues—and menus—during one visit. Choose your setting—the upscale casual House or the rustic Barn—and then visit one for drinks and appetizers and the other for dinner and dessert.