Top 3 Unique Eateries in Amish Country

It’s no secret that good food and Amish Country are synonymous. There’s no shortage of good eateries in and around the area. While our area might be known for our pan fried chicken and mashed potatoes that rival your grandma’s we also have several restaurants that offer a slightly more eclectic menu.

East Main Kitchen | Baltic, Ohio 

East Main KitchenTheir catch-phrase is “Comfort Food – With a Twist” and boy do they deliver on that. If you like Mexican cuisine, I can’t recommend their Thursday night Chipotle Bowls enough! And make sure you leave room for a slice of their Lemon Raspberry Genoese cake. Their staff is one of the friendliest you’ll find. A trip to East Main Kitchen will not disappoint! Check out their website HERE or find them on Facebook & Instagram  


Park Street Pizza | Sugarcreek, Ohio

Park Street PizzaIf you like pizza, you absolutely MUST check-out Park Street Pizza in Sugarcreek. Their quality farm to table ingredients (and that means fresh from the farm and locally grown whenever possible) result in some of the most scrumptious pizza I have ever tried. They make a point to come up with really unique items for their menu that aren't just good, but are also good for you. They are constantly coming up with specialty pizzas and dishes that celebrate the seasons, so their menu is anything but boring. You’ll be glad that you made Park Street a part of your Amish Country getaway! Check out their website HERE or find them on Facebook & Instagram 

Rebecca’s Bistro | Walnut Creek, Ohio 

Rebecca's BistroThis place delivers on ambiance and on amazing food. Charming does not even begin to describe this gem. Located in a restored log cabin, built in the early to mid 1800's it is chalk full of Instagram worthy photo ops. Rebecca artfully creates an elegant menu and incorporates quality ingredients and uses locally grown, seasonal, fresh fruits and vegetables. You must try her famous Tomato Basil Soup; it is so creamy and comforting! Do you guys hear my stomach growling from just thinking about her soup?! Rebecca’s is open from 8am-3pm, Monday thru Saturday. They are a popular destination and parking can sometimes be tricky; if there’s no more parking available at Rebecca’s, you can park across SR 515 above the Der Dutchman parking lot. Check out their website HERE or find them on Facebook & Instagram  

Where’s your favorite place to nosh while in Amish Country? Comment below!

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