|Fire Barn's Waterloo location|
This establishment when you enter is like most sports bars or is it? It is very open with several booths along the walls and tables scattered elsewhere. Obviously the décor is like a firehouse with various pictures, helmets, gear and fire hose on the walls. There is even an authentic firehouse pole between a couple booths. The far wall has a long bar with a lot of glass behind it; a mirror, several glass cooler doors and televisions hanging above. Not to mention there are many more flat screens around the rest of the establishment.
|Authentic firehouse gear & pole|
The night we went we had eight people, most of which ordered the fried chicken. I ordered the Fire Barn Philly, which I thought was very good. It had the usual philly ingredients -- but then they add their hot sauce -- which they use on the their hot wings. It was spicy but not too over powering. As a side, you can get chips (which they make on site); however, fire chips, wedges or fries are extra.
You can check out their complete menu at http://www.firebarnsportsbar.com/. Here you can check out lunch and dinner specials as well picture of both their locations: Papillion and Waterloo. All in all, their Waterloo location hands down accomplishes their motto “Fire Barn: Here to Serve You!”
Atmosphere/Decor – 3.67
Cleanliness – 3.67
Wait Staff – 4
Menu – 4
Food Presentation – 3.33
Food Portions – 4
Food Taste – 4
Cost (was the cost worth meal?) – 4
Noise Level – 2.67
Overall Experience – 3.67
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