Augusta Restaurant Thanks Workers with Free Meal

 Mainers Show Appreciation for Crews Working to Restore Power

Maine AG Apologizes to restaurant for charity letter

Popular Restaurant told to stop fundraising 

Red Barn vows to continue Fundraising Efforts

AG’s office tells restaurant to stop raising money for others


Red Barn Cares Foundation Announces Season of Success

Red Barn Cares Foundation Fundraiser Collects More Than $2000

Committee OKs Fundraising Bill Spurred by Augusta Restaurant

Bill to Help Small Business like Augusta’s Red Barn goes before lawmakers

Kennebec County Power Slowly Coming Online Thursday

Red Barn Fundraising experience highlights state law

OUR OPINION: The Red Barn, and others, deserve applause, not harassment

State Order to Halt to Red Barn Benefits Raises Flap

Augusta’s the Red Barn delivers free meals to Augusta Area Residents

Free Thanksgiving Community Dinner at the Red Barn

Travelin’ Maine(rs) Red Barn Great Food with a Healthy Side of Generosity

Central Maine’s Best: Red Barn Rt. 201 Augusta

Augusta’s Red Barn restaurant seeks noise-rule exception for summer concerts

Augusta Planners turn away Red Barn’s noise waiver request

8 responses to “Press

  1. Hello, Red Barn. I have an allergy to msg. I love your fried seafood. Is there msg added or in the ingredients of the breading? Is there anything on the menu without msg? Thanks so much

  2. Hi, just had some wonderful Red Barn yesterday. My son had a reaction last night and now I’m trying to find the cause. So, I am wondering what type of oil do you fry with? Thanks

  3. Hi Laura,
    On Sunday, August 14th you made my 92 y/o mother’s day by taking her picture and making her one of your “Celebrities of the Day”. You gave her a very cool pin and gave her a container of lobster stew to take home. The picture of you holding up the Red Barn bag and her was on your Red Barn page the next morning. Is it possible for you to email me a copy of that picture? I would love to print it off and give it to her. She was sooooo tickled that you would do that!

    Her name is Lillian Tully……this is the lady who has made 114 prayer shawls for cancer patients……. and the very next day (Monday, Aug 15th) you showed up at Goudreau’s Assisted Living Center on Halifax Street in Winslow and gave her another container that had seafood chowder and two lobster rolls. I can’t begin to tell you how special you have made her feel! Thank you, thank you for your kindness.

    Is it possible for you to email me a copy of that picture you took at the Red Barn of you (holding up the Red Barn bag with the lobster stew) and her that you posted for that Sunday Aug 14th as one of your celebrities of the day? I’ll print it off and frame it for her. See my email address below.

    Once again, thank you for making her day/week/month. She was SO delighted!

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