Jun 23, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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We had so much fun the last time in March, let's go back to Maggie's. I have been to Maggie's before and had an enjoyable dining experience with friends.
The Maggie’s Farm Concept:
Jeff Cala and Mark McDonough purchased the former Rock’s/Gaven’s/Daniel Fuller house. Inspired by all the farms in the area and our love of counter-culture music, we decided to name it after Dylan’s famous song that he penned when he broke out of the Folk establishment and went electric. Our concept was to build a fun place for people in the tri-town area to hang out with each other, eat great food, quaff craft beers on draft, listen to inspiring music, and make the personal connections that make life worth living.Inspired by the farm theme, we purchased a classic 1953 International Harvester Tractor to become the icon of the restaurant. The interior is one big room, covered with recycled barn board from a dismantled 1700’s barn, and filled with barn lights. Maggie’s Farm has a huge oval bar with 12 taps of draft beer—including many craft brews from small local brewers. Plus, we have great sushi. How many pubs can claim that!
Very easy to get to on Rt. 114 in Middleton. Parking can be limited, so try and get there early. Making a reservation for 16 people as small dinner groups always work best for conversation. Please only RSVP if you can make it.
Maggie's had both glutten-free and vegetarian menus.
Read the Yelp review:
Not T accessible.
***We had 6 no shows the last time,
please DO NOT sign up unless you CAN make it.***
See you there!