Barns Along the Byway

Many of you will recognize this barn as the Windward Grille on Eastern Ave! Though I have not been back since they reopened for indoor dining, I look forward to going soon as it is one of my favorites. I do not know the history of the building but it was at one time clearly a barn and therefore qualifies for a Barn Along the Byway.

2 thoughts on “Barns Along the Byway

  1. This part of the restaurant was never a barn although it’s timbers were. It was designed and built by master carpenter/ contractor Harold Dexter for his son Clark who owned Dexter’s Hearthside. The building was made from antique timbers that had been collected by Harold Dexter over his long career as a Cape Ann contractor.

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