Bar B Barn

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3300 Boulevard des Sources, Pointe-Claire, QC H9B 1Z7

(514) 683-0225

Established in 1967, Bar-B Barn is known for its spareribs and bbq chicken. The restaurant serves barbecue favourites and provides a homey, casual dining experience–perfect for large groups, families, and kids. Barb-B Barn offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner at their Dorval location, in the heart of the West Island. Enjoy your meal in the dining room, sit at the full bar, or grab your order to-go at the take-out counter.

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Established in 1967, Bar-B Barn is known for its spareribs and bbq chicken. The restaurant serves barbecue favourites and provides a homey, casual dining experience–perfect for large groups, families, and kids. Barb-B Barn offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner at their Dorval location, in the heart of the West Island. Enjoy your meal in the dining room, sit at the full bar, or grab your order to-go at the take-out counter.

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7 Reviews

  1. Phil
    Phil
    October 18, 2015 at 3:14 pm Reply

    Got are table at 8.00 at 8.30 waitress told us they ran out of ribs next batch would be ready in 40 minutes and offered us chicken couldn’t believe it. Never again I’m stepping foot in there again.

  2. Nader Michel
    Nader Michel
    October 16, 2014 at 11:02 am Reply

    The place is renovated very nice atmospher, more light but cozy people and owner are very friendly smilly and funny and food is as usual great specially the new peper popper melting in your mouth

  3. Greg Duncan
    Greg Duncan
    February 13, 2013 at 6:54 pm Reply

    We had not been to the BAR-B for years and decided to pop in on a cold February evening to revisit what was once a rib institution. It saddens me to report that our experience this time was so disappointing on so many levels. What was, is no more. Bored wait staff serving up tired and luke warm food. Seriously, frozen crinkle fries? Never did like their mystery “Spanish” rice anyway and the idea that this would be served in lieu of a simple coleslaw always confused me. This time It’s addition on the plate added insult to injury. I ordered the whole Hawg and the lady ordered chicken. Both dishes came out from the kitchen far too quickly and were almost as cold as the ambient freezing temperature in the place. $26.95 for ribs and they want to charge extra for a thimble of coleslaw too? This place is prime for an episode of Restaurant Takeover before the lights go out on it forever. We sensed that even the poor old stuffed Bison staring down from his perch on the wall knowingly felt bad for us. We felt just as bad for him. ;(

  4. MIKEYBOY
    MIKEYBOY
    November 27, 2012 at 8:47 am Reply

    why is this place still open.the vilest chicken and ribs i’ve ever tasted.

  5. Experienced
    Experienced
    December 23, 2011 at 3:00 pm Reply

    Good food and decent quality, fast service and no nonsense. relaxing atmospher with a kicked-back feeling. Price vs quality is very good.

  6. Steve
    Steve
    October 15, 2011 at 1:27 pm Reply

    Bar-b-barns, what can i say besides its been there since i was born, and it hasn’t changed besides a few touch-ups on the yellow paint outside, some new lights and that’s about it. Inside, the look is the same old tired 1970′s booth, chairs and look…kinda cool in a way but kinda depressing in another because its never busy when im there therefore it has no Vibe, no energy and depressed & un-motivated looking waiters and waitresses working there….The place REALLY NEEDS some life injected into it…and fast! Yes, the food is actually quite decent and i wont say anything bad about that but with all these new places opening in the west and a younger generation following, BB Barns will have to keep up, if not…they will not last for long which is a shame because, like it or not..it is a West Island Landmark but now it needs a MAJOR restaurant makeover!!

    1. Mark McQuillen
      Mark McQuillen
      February 19, 2012 at 5:34 pm Reply

      I went to the BB Barns on the west Island tonight with my two kids.What a mistake .The food tasted like it was reused from the day before.What happned to this place.Time for some mager changes before all is gone.I should have noticed something was wrong when you go there on a Sunday for supper hour and the place is almost empty,And when I told the manager about the food She brushed me off and did not seam to give a dam.I was a chef for many years in the best hoteles in Montreal and I know what re made from the day before food tastes like,and that’s what they are doing there and that is why the place ie empty.