In 1982, the Fire Barn was the inspiration of my mother, Judy Steelglove (later known as Judy Parnham). After working at a nearby pizza restaurant, she decided to start a business of her own. She happened to stumble upon an establishment in our home town, Batavia, IL, that was the heart of the town. As a wife and mother of two, she decided to take a risk and devote the next chapter of her life to the restaurant.
The building was an old firehouse located across the street from the historic Depot. It had two large rolling windows for the firetrucks – no longer in working order, but certainly an attraction. Fire Barn was not only known for its food, but the real-life firetruck that stood in the middle of the restaurant. The entire décor was devoted to the theme, along with a phony fireman coming down a fire pole in the entryway.
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Beer Cheese Fondue
Roasted Farmer Pizza
Honey Jack Salmon
Full Moon Recording Artist
Joe Clark Playing acoustic easy listening tunes Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016. 8:30 Till 11:00View Details
Come join us
Come join us for an evening of bonding, art, memories and fun!!! December 7th at 6pm will be the start of Lushes with Brushes! Sign up with your server before December 1st to reserve your spot. The cost is $30 which includes materials for an 18x24 creation of yours and a complimentary beverage :)
Due to the limited spaces this event is 21 years and older.
We hope to see you and we hope to start some life long friendships!View Details