You Can Dine In A Barn At This Illinois Farm

These days, everyone loves a barn. But did you know that you can dine in one? In Casey, Illinois, there is a restaurant called Richards Farm restaurant. The restaurant is located in a quaint barn from the 1930s. It once housed livestock and grain. Then it sat empty for decades. But in the 1970s, they opened this barn once again as a restaurant. As you can imagine, they serve down home, country cooking. And wow, is it ever a place the locals love. Certainly, this place is all about the meats. But if you can get down here, come for brunch. As you can see from the pictures, you have a wide variety of options. And make sure to leave room for pie. Check out just how tall these pies are. They taste every bit as good as they look. Barns in general are a dying breed, so it is incredibly cool to not only be in one, but to actually dine in one.

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