Is This Your Business?
The Red Barn has an amazing novelty display area, with good lighting and neatly organized displays. The Most items ever available in a retail store, including an Incredible selection, hundreds of high quality and current titles.
The management, besides being friendly and helpful, keeps this place spotless. It earns a 10 Star rating for cleanliness alone as it's the best cleaned ABS I've ever seen. The Red Barn has a modern large ceramic tile men's room with hot and cold running water, soap, plenty of paper towels and bath tissue, a large mirror, a really clean sink and commode, and a locking door. It's what we have come to expect in a fancy restaurant.
An icy cold soda vending machine greets you in the entrance along with an ATM and a payphone.
16 Video Booths with 3/4 length doors are housed in a private back gallery. They accept $ Dollar Currency. Thirty Hot video channels were available this day.
A very handsome and fashionable, 40-ish, 6 footer named Tom, made me feel right at home in the next to the last booth.
There is also a Very Dark Community Movie room, the Hayloft Cinema, with comfortable seating for 28 persons. Three first-run films were being continuously shown on a large bright screen, and were well worth the admission fee of $10.00. ( No charge to browse the booths or novelty area) I felt very safe in this ABS.
These fringe benefits will be sure to please visitors from Philadelphia. There are many fine stores for men's fashions, decorating items, and household goods on Rt 73 between the TP Bridge and the Red Barn. Excellent restaurants are located here too, along with the standard fare. Cheap gasoline, cheap liquor and reasonably priced lodgings complete the ambiance of this area.
The Red Barn is a World Class Establishment.
Monday September 27, 2004 at 4:15 PM. By Lucky69r.
Crowd: A very friendly group of guys were in attendence. They had pleasant manners, and while expressing interest, there was none of the all too usual leering that can make a person feel uptight.Frequented by executives, professional people, and neatly dressed upper middle income guys.