Dear Barnyard Family,

We know everyone is aware of the devastation Covid-19 has caused the restaurant industry over these past 10 months. Thankfully our wonderful patrons along with our amazing staff, helped us continue to operate during the summer with outdoor dining. However, winter is a much different situation.

The Carriage House will still be available for hosting events, on any day of the week. Our catering staff is available by phone or email to help plan your event.

Unfortunately, the Barnyard Restaurant will temporarily close starting Sunday December 20th. We will reevaluate the Covid19 situation at the end of January to determine when to reopen the Barnyard.

Please watch our Facebook page and web site for updates on our reopening.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back as soon as possible.
We wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and a happy healthy Covid19 free new year.

Thank you for your support and understanding.
The Barnyard and Carriage House
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About Us

The Barnyard and Carriage House is one of the best restaurants in Passaic County. What started as a dairy farm in the 1800's has transformed into a one of a kind dining establishment with a warm and inviting atmosphere for any occasion.

Whether for dinner, a quick bite, a grand party or a family gathering, the Barnyard and Carriage House provides unyielding quality and service and your satisfaction is guaranteed. Family owned and run, we are committed to our guests' satisfaction, making us one of the best restaurants Passaic County has to offer.

Events are truly special at the Barnyard and Carriage House. From small corporate functions to large scale social events, we offer a unique country setting with a picturesque backdrop that is sure to dazzle your guests. Be sure to choose what's known as one of the best restaurants in Passaic County New Jersey – your friends, family, clients, and coworkers deserve no less. Call today to plan your event at the Barnyard and Carriage House and your guests will leave the event talking about it for years to come. or