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Bennie's Red Barn
Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales · Precio estimado 2 de 4
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Bennie's Red Barn has been Island tradition for locals and visitors since 1954! We offer hand cut steaks, fresh local seafood, and southern Sunday brunch.
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The BEST place on the island for Steaks! A classic, historic restaurant (Since the 1950's) Very close to the Rental. Great Sunday brunch.
I would recommend the Tree Bar they have live music and dancing typically Thursday - Saturday nights. Some say the fried chicken here is the best on the island.
Such a fun place to dine. The filet is my favorite and for dessert a "raccoon" !
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- Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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5514 Frederica Road
Saint Simons Island, GA 31522
Sirve los siguientes tipos de comidasBrunch, cena
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