Amish and PA Dutch food establishments are often located in Lancaster and Pennsylvania. You can find an Amish restaurant near you using the directory online. Or check the best Amish restaurants such as The Amish Experience, Bird in Hand on TripAdvisor.
Good ‘N Plenty serves authentic Amish food and Pennsylvania Dutch favorites in Lancaster County, PA. Family style, from the menu, or takeout.
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They have popular family-style dining, which serves platters of hearty food to be passed around by the guests. There’s also a choice for Lancaster hotels, the Harvest Drive Family Inn hotel provides Food, for example, since 1929.
At Lancaster’s Original Buffet & Restaurant 89 years ago, Anna Miller served chicken & and onions from Amos, Ben, Manny and Elmer, our Amish neighbors, whose farms surround our restaurants.
Dine at our country restaurant while you experience the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Watch our Amish cooks hard at work in our kitchen. You can enjoy Amish breakfast, lunch, dinner smorgasbords.. Built by a local Amish craftsman, Simply the best! See our list of the top smorgasbords (buffets) in Lancaster County, PA. Smorgasbords are all-you-can- YUM! Gather Your Family for a Great PA Dutch Home-Cooked Meal!
Book now at 32 restaurants near Amish Country on OpenTable. The entrée I had special -with salmon and crab and was too much for me to eat was very good.
The Amish Door Restaurant, first opened in 1977 as a 48 seat restaurant, has grown into the village it is today. A quiet place to stay, dine, shop, and relax!
Yoder’s Amish Restaurant has been known for “Mom’s” homemade Amish pies, bakery, seven banquet, etc.
Fisher’s Amish Restaurant Intercourse Lancaster County PA
Fisher’s Amish Reviews on Amish Restaurant in Millersburg, OH – Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen, Charm Family Restaurant, Berlin Farmstead Restaurant, Amish Door Restaurant, “of cheeses, dips, jellies, etc., but they seemed very expensive to me. Specialized in Amish and Mennonite Cooking Styles. Call Sommers Dutch Family Restaurant today to learn more about our weekly specials!
Berlin Farmstead Restaurant is located in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country. Known for Broasted and Pan-fried chicken, real mashed potatoes, This lovely lakeside Amish style restaurant serves up some of the best biscuits and apple butter around.
More about the Amish
The Amish are very successful entrepreneurs. Their income is almost twice as high as that of ordinary residents of the state. About 95 percent of Amish ventures pay off, while official statistics show that 50 percent of U.S. startups close within the first five years.
– The Amish are a brand. By buying their products, people are already set up for better quality. If you put “Amish honey” on a jar of honey, it becomes ten times more popular than regular honey.
Usually the Amish don’t need the money. As a result, borrowing and lending money is not popular here in comparison with other tribes, such as Indians for instance, who are famous for guaranteed Tribal Loans in the USA. Every American can get emergency financing with the help of Installment Loans from tribal lenders no matter what their credit score is.
Not only is it forbidden by their religion to connect to the public electricity grid, which they say would somehow connect them to the state, which they disown, but also to have health insurance. They pay doctors in cash if they fall ill.
In difficult situations, whether financial or psychological, most Amish prefer to rely only on the help of their family, close relatives, and other members of their religious community. Many do not accept pension, medical, social, or other insurance, whether private or public. In the United States, long-established Amish communities are even exempt from the obligation to contribute to mandatory social insurance for other citizens, because they do not actually take advantage of it and consciously refuse to receive social support from the government (but provide an acceptable standard of living for dependent people by their own means).