The Golden Lamb Buttery is an evening worth experiencing. My husband and I went there on an anniversary and were completed enchanted. The restaurant is on a farm in Brooklyn, Connecticut, and located in an old red barn. There are hayrides before dinner, which is served at one seating time per evening. There are three separate dining rooms, each with a roaring fire in the fireplace (seasonally). Vegetables are served family style, and you have your choice of entrees and desserts. A strolling singer with guitar stops at each table to sing whatever song that table requests from a list of about 30 songs. Our meal was delicious, and our evening was enhanced by seeing a UConn basketball coach at the next table (Go, Huskies!). The perfect ending to the evening was having to yield to a passing sheep before we could leave the parking area. Frankly, this is an expensive restaurant but it's worth every penny for that special occasion. Must make a reservation, and check that they're open. Open about from mid-April through December, Thursdays-Saturdays only.