The Angus Barn, nicknamed "Big Red," opened its doors to the public in 1960. Now over fifty years later, it's still serving the steak that earned it a place in the Fine Dining Hall of Fame (yes that's real). The Angus Barn offers a variety of steak cuts including filet mignon, New York strip and rib-eye, all cut and aged in house. Prepared exactly how you want it, the steak is sure to make your mouth water. You can even order the chateaubriand for two. This fancy feast is "carved and plated table-side." Sounds fancy. The ambiance is also going to wow. Think Ruth's Chris, but more rustic and with more farm-y freshness. "Big Red" offers only the best, with American ambiance and local North Carolina flair that will create the perfect date night.
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