Service was great. Food was average. Nothing special or over the top and worth this kind of money. Might go back if I was ever in the area again, but seriously doubt it.
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Aberdeen Barn has been around forever, and many of those working there have done so for decades. Locals say, though, that there are better steaks in town, and for less than the high prices charged here. Downtown Grill, for example. My recent prime rib had...More
Food was good, nothing more. The place itself is dated, too dark and kind of seedy. Overall too expensive for what you get. Not planning on ever going back.
It was dinnertime and this restraunt was steps away from our hotel. We were seated immediately and choked when we looked at the prices listed in the menu. The most inexpensive steak was the princess cut prime rib ($25). A salad, choice of potato, and...More
Kitchen Nightmares...this place needs an upgrade...average food-poorly plated-dismal setting...The steak was good but nothing outstanding that I couldn't do on my own grill at home. Stay away from the scallops--gritty and bland. I don't know exactly how old those pretzel stick thingys were on my...More
My expectations were high, my experience was low. I ordered a $32 petite filet mignon, baked potato, salad. The steak was either pre-marked (you know, the grill marks in criss-cross), or was cooked on a crisscross grill, at any rate the crisscrosses were burnt. I...More
We took our son to the Aberdeen Barn for his birthday dinner. The decor is dated but inviting. We were seated in the bar area though there is a dining area with nicer place settings for more formal dining. The bar was a bit load...More
It's like stepping back in time. Great steaks and service. Good selections of beer and bourbon. A little pricey, and worth every dime. Piano player in the bar made our night.