Their baked goods are very good but they also have an orchard so they have some of the best cider (also have hard cider) I have ever had. I really recommend this restaurant if you're in the area!
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We had to wait about 30 minutes to get any kind of service at all. It was a Saturday in early March and you would expect it to be pretty slow. It wasn't that busy - but the staff seemed completely over whelmed. That being...More
Cozy, barn-like atmosphere, clean, homemade food at reasonable prices. Very popular, might have to wait for table in season, rustic with dirt parking lot, so don't expect fancy
A nice, warm, cozy dining room. Fresh, piping hot, apple pie! Swishy, fruit, jams & jellies. Next to home, friendly staff. View of an ancient orchard! Take home! OR Take out!
Stopped here for lunch and fresh peaches both of which were great ,tasty and reasonably priced.The pies are outstanding too.
Stopped here on the recommendation of another orchard. Hot apple cider, then wine and cider flights with the wonderful cheese appetizer. I had a steak salad that was way beyond any expectations, my wife loved her cheesy potatoes soup. Finished lunch with the cherry crisp....More
This place has always been a favorite. Many antiques, great baked goods, good food and now, wines and hard ciders! A very busy place, especially on weekends. You can pick your own apples too. You can take home frozen pies and other baked goods also.
We had the apple cider cheese and pretzel chips as an appetizer. They were very good, especially the pretzel chips. They were crunchy yet soft and chewy. The chili was slightly sweet and more like a soup than a hearty chili, but absolutely delicious when...More
This place is like a big barn with old time décor. They serve a selection of sandwiches and wraps for lunch. They also have their own ciders. I recommend the cherry cider. My girlfriends had cider flights. When they ordered them they were told they...More