@RobinatLFPress | 593 followers
Who remembers The Red Barn restaurant? It was a little before my time . . . but the real question is, how was the food??? (@LFPress file photos from 1969) #ldnont #swont #throwbackthursday #tbt

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When the hungries hit
When the hungries hit...
Hit the Red Barn!!

But the food? Well...
When the hungriest hit, hit the Red Barn. I can still sing that jingle. Scary eh?
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We went to the one on Highbury Ave when we were kids. I recall the food being yummy but I what kid doesn't like hot dogs.
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Went to the one in Sarnia as a kid and loved it. This was back in the day when fast food wasn’t on every corner.
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I remember it as a kid...and back then I thought the food was awful.
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We used to stop at one in Guelph. Good burgers and clever marketing, but quirky in that there was almost no seating.
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Dundas at Everton sts. Good fries and loved The Big Barney.
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Every Friday night with the family in 1972 in Kingston. Best fries!
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I remember one when I was young at Oxford and Richmond basically where the Wendy's is now. I remember it being good. They had something I it was called the barnbuster burger? It was big.
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I remember 2 locations. One where Tim Hortons is at the corner of Egerton and Dundas and the other where near Tech Alley is now. “When the hung-er-ees hit, when the hung-er-ees hit, hit the Red Barn!”


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