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We pride ourselves on not only being an important part of our community but also in the fact that we work so closely with local farms.

Stop by, sit outside and enjoy a first class dinner while enjoying our rustic scenery and great atmosphere.

Cock 'n Bull FAQ / Trivia

Does Bill Truesdale still own the Cock 'N Bull?

No, he does not, and actually, he never did. He once owned this property, however, and an abandoned barn. He sold it all to Don Staber who in-turn contracted Truesdale and the Wielt brothers to help renovate the barn into a restaurant and opened for business in 1976. Staber was the sole proprietor for 20 years.

What our customers say?

First, the setting and ambiance of this historic barn is just awesome. You rarely have the chance to dine in such an authentic atmosphere-- especially in the Winter with the fireplaces and wood stoves.
Brandon D., Astoria, Queens, NY

The Cock 'n Bull

An 1850's historic post 'n beam barn is home to the Cock 'n Bull Restaurant. With our impressive collection of antique tools, multiple fireplaces, and flower, herb and vegetable gardens, the atmosphere here is second to none.

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Restaurant Hours

  • Monday5pm-Close
  • Tuesday5pm-Close
  • Wednesday5pm-Close
  • Thursday5pm-Close
  • Friday5pm-Close
  • Saturday5pm-Close
  • Sunday3pm-Close