You can turn up surprisingly interesting stuff in old barns, from antique farm tools that can be flipped for a quick buck, to a very confused Robert Duvall locked in deep conversation with a 1987 Lumina. For an old barn hosting delicious edibles, check out The Farmer's Daughter
TFD's a farm-to-table eatery in the old Coleman digs at Normandy Farms, keeping the former's dining room with dark woods and exposed beams and adding a house-sized bar in the country's oldest silo, accented with a large stone fireplace and serving up locally sourced foods plus cocktails in which all the mixers and infusions have been prepped in-house, raising the question: with that much booze in him, why's he need all the Vicodin? Dinnertime doses include house-crafted charcuterie boards, suitable-for-two offerings like heritage pork chops and rioja-braised short ribs, plus entrees like a grilled Jersey veal ribeye w/ young potatoes and garlic shoots or spiced Port-braised Duroc bacon w/ roasted pears, pumpkin, and farro grains, which Woody Allen used to love until he got a craving for Chinese. Drinks include small-batch liquors like Jefferson's Reserve bourbon, drafts like Clipper City's Heavy Seas, original cocktails including the Blackbush/ Bluecoat/ vermouth/ Chartreuse/ Campari "Quiet Man" and the pisco/ pineapple/ allspice "Beneath The Surface", plus White Flights, which're comprised of
packing up the Volvo and buying a McMansion in Doylestown three 3oz servings of matched white wines
Later this month, a new menu'll be dropping with entrees like a chard and spring veggie cannelloni plus some lighter cocktails including the white rum/ Maraschino liqueur "Rope Swing", which has no Mello Yello in it, not even a Trickle.