Embodying the true spirit of hospitality, The Barn restaurant is a neighborhood gathering place, very friendly to visitors. We say delicious food and caring friends are good for the soul. Enjoy waterfront dining from the deck overlooking a small lake and fountain.
Barn customers can choose from a delectable array of freshly prepared farm-to-table breakfasts all day, lunches and hand-crafted pastries/baked desserts Tues-Sun, 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Dinners served Thurs-Sat, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Catering for special events is also available. Reservations for dinners and parties of seven or larger are recommended.
Also at picturesque Sappington House, visit Thomas Sappington's home, now a museum, built by slave labor during Thomas Jefferson's presidency. Above The Barn, the Loft Gift Shop - chosen by Riverfront Times readers as the Best St. Louis Gift Shop - offers "American Rustic Chic" items for your lifestyle and garden. And whether for serious study or casual browsing, rest and reflect at the Library of Americana and Decorative Arts. Nearby Grant’s Trail and Father Dickson Cemetery for African-Americans founded in 1903 round out a charming getaway to Sappington House.
The Barn at Sappington House is located near the intersection of I-44 and I-270 and less than 20 minutes from the Gateway Arch. The Barn proprietor Karen Mott, chef Stacy Linder, baker Sherry Dauphin and staff will set before you a mouthwatering meal that you will not soon forget!