It was a fun store. It had a huge variety of products and they were very helpful. The prices on the products seemed considerably cheaper than other sites. The variety of jam and jelly was extensive.
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If you want a friendly place to chat with friends, eat soup and sandwich, serve yourself drinks and pick up a gift of fresh bread, a jar of canned goods or a bag of candy then this is for you. Right across the parking lot...More
We planned our stop here for lunch. Sandwiches with choices of bread, meat and cheeses. I had a Veggie grilled cheese with peppers, onions and tomatoes. Dining area was simple and refillable fountain drinks. Found the grocery section to be full of spices, staples, candy,...More
Interesting place to shop for homemade local goods or to eat. I had a Ruben sandwich like the last review but mine was delicious and large. Good variety of local foods. bought a loaf of sourdough bread at a good price and some cranberry honey...More
Another stop to take a travel break and another disappointment. The store had loads of noodles, spices, soup mixes and sweets which was interesting, our cashier was friendly well informed and helpful but the food from the deli was not good at all. The ruben...More
´Tis a grand day. Old Town Amish Store is a desired stopping point. Old Town Amish Store does provide Amish style baked goods. My wife purchases a dozen Kentucky Derby Brownies, two dozen chocolate chip cookies, and three loaves of multi-grain bread. We highly recommend.