The Barn at the Point - CLOSED Reserve table

63 Lighthouse Rd | Gilberts Cove, Gilberts Cove, Nova Scotia B0W 3T0, Canada, Digby
29 Reviews 4.5

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Opening hours

Monday 10:00 - 00:00

Tuesday 10:00 - 00:00

Wednesday 10:00 - 00:00

Thursday 10:00 - 00:00

Friday 10:00 - 02:30

Saturday 10:00 - 02:30

Sunday 10:00 - 23:00


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Reviews

5 /5 Rating average

My friend and I stumbled across this delightful restaurant while out on a scenic drive. It is one of the best restaurants we have ever gone to. Our haddock was fresh off the boat that very morning. The food is all prepared homemade and fresh, the atmosphere is superb. Everyone was so friendly and the service we received was about the best we've ever experienced. The location is peaceful and quite. We will definitely be going back.

5 /5 Rating average

We stopped to pee at a random spot called "The Barn at the point" around Digby and it ended up being the best restaurant we've ever experienced. The food was all homemade, super fresh,

5 /5 Rating average

I find soliude in this area, with great meals, the only things this time of years has no New Gsr or myself DCM. if anyone has accammaddion

5 /5 Rating average

My husband and I were travelling thru Gilbert's Cove on our way from Digby to Yarmouth while vacationing in Nova Scotia when we decided to stop at this restaurant for dinner having read about it in 'Exploring Nova Scotia'. The food was delicious and plentiful, not to mention reasonably priced. The hand made perogies were outstanding and the ribs were excellent. The restaurant has no liquor licence; however, as mentioned below, you can bring your own wine which is not subject to a corkage fee.It's located a short distance from the highway. So happy we stopped here and sorry we don't live nearby!

5 /5 Rating average

Although we've lived in the area for over three years, it took us too long to find this jewel of a place serving such a wonderful meal! The food was fantastic! The presentation of all our courses was beautiful and the taste was scrumptious! This will be our new "GO TO" place for not only special occasions, but proudly bring our visitors knowing that they will be satisfied with their repast!

4 /5 Rating average

Super friendly staffSavoury scallopsFantastic fishThe only time I have ever liked tartar sauce. Fresh dill made all the differenceSpectacular salad with organic local produceBonus yum was maple vinaigrette Offered to leave my veggies raw since I don't like cookedFree dessert for not just b-day girl but my partner as wellLoved watching the chicken roam around

5 /5 Rating average

I have to second everything that Deb C. said in her review. My wife and I were driving from Yarmouth to Digby when she noticed the sign for the Barn Restaurant. In the same vicinity of the tea room at the Gilbert's Cove lighthouse, I wondered if it was the same establishment. We turned around to find out and were delighted to find this slightly out of the way restaurant. Interestingly, we knew Tracy and Barry from a shop they had along Hwy. 1 and were delighted to see their new venture. Little did we know what terrific, well-portioned, reasonably priced meals they made. Our first visit was for lunch; we both had lobster rolls that were generous and well-flavored. And they came with a delicious salad and dessert! Immediate note to ourselves: We must return.Which we did on 3 other occasions within a couple of weeks, all for dinner and all with different family members in tow. We had seafood lasagne, pan-fried haddock, haddock with scallops, and their grilled pork chop - every dish superb and an excellent value. Every single one of our accompanying family raved about the meals.Our recommendation - if you are in the vicinity, do not miss an opportunity for one of the best meals you will likely have. One other note - the Barn Restaurant does not have a liquor license but you are free to bring wine and/or beer. (No corking fee on the wine). This is the first year Tracy and Barry are running the Barn. We hope they have the great success they deserve. We plan on many return visits next summer.

5 /5 Rating average

After finding " the barn" purely by accident,it has become my favorite! The atmosphere is alluring,like sitting down in someone's home!fresh flowers antiques all around,some for sale.The blackboard menu is something you usually do not see in a small town.the meals vary,but I can say I have never had a so so meal here.tracy and Barry,are the hosts with the most,they will accommodate your needs and tastes as best they can.the cooking is all done to order,the salads fresh,crispy,mixed greens,tomatoes radishes sometimes cashews or cheese,house dressing is to die for,the warm piece of cornbread just oozing butter is like a dream.the soups,which you have a choice of soup or salad with your meal,are delectable! Homemade,hearty,flavourful,the turkey with a hint of homemade dill brings back childhood memories!The perogies ! Delicate pillows stuffed with potatoes and a variety of cheese,melted butter and sautéed onions,accompanied by a huge dish of sour cream and chives.i have paid huge for these elsewhere in canada with neither the taste or amount of them you get here,they are to die for! I have been told they occasionally make lobster stuffed ones!My husband has tried numerous things on their menu,pan fried haddock fresh that morning,delicate crispy coating,the pan fried scallops a must if you love scallops.A grilled pork chop the size of a steak,grilled to perfection with an herb infused oil basted on it And the night of my birthday celebration, a lobster Mac and cheese!huge delicate chunks of lobster in a creamy Mac and cheese,baked. There are always steamed veggies of some kind to accompany the mealDesserts,homemade,a strawberry creamcheese cobbler rests in my mind to this day! A lemon layered square,blueberry grunt,are among the few.My husband ordered a birthday cake for my birthday supper from Tracy a moist,chewy salted chocolate almond cake,to die forThe view along the way there is to die for,watch the clambers along the beach,see the lighthouse!Please try the barn,you will not be disappointed!Please please tell others about the barn,go out and try it,it will be worth it