Amish Restaurants – Ohio

PA Dutch cuisine in Ohio

oh-amish-restaurantAmish-style food abounds in Ohio, especially in the tourist-friendly Holmes County community, with over a dozen restaurants serving dishes under the “Amish” or “PA Dutch” banner.  Other restaurants can be found in the Geauga County Amish settlement (near Cleveland), as well as in locations near Columbus.
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PA Dutch & Amish-style Restaurants – Ohio

Jump to:  Holmes County  Geauga County/Northeast OH  Columbus Area Northwest OH

Holmes County

The Amish Door Restaurant
1210 Winesburg St.
Wilmot, OH
888 264 7436
Restaurant located at the Amish Door Village in Wilmot, OH. Amish homemade style food such as roasted chicken, roast beef, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, corn, green beans, noodles, salad bar, Amish casserole and much more.

Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant
4819 East Main Street
Berlin, OH
330 893 3287
This is one of the oldest businesses in Berlin, OH, established in 1938 as a grocery market and food place. Today the restaurant specializes in Amish style cooking and homemade pies (15-20 different pies to choose from). Meals prepared both by Amish and non-Amish cooks.

Chalet in the Valley
5060 State Route 557
Millersburg, OH
330 893 2550
This restaurant serves Swiss, Austrian and Amish style meals including schnitzel, bratwurst, fondue, strudel, black forest cake, date nut pudding or apple dumplings.

Cindy’s Diner
4774 US 62
Berlin, OH
330 893 3400
Restaurant owner is former Amish. Traditional home-cooked meals, cream pies, milk shakes, root beer, ice cream and more available.

Berlin Farmstead Restaurant
4757 Township Rd 366
Berlin, OH
330 893 4600
Amish kitchen cooking, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. PA Dutch style food including buttermilk hotcakes, slices of fried mush with sausage gravy or syrup, warm biscuits topped with homemade sausage gravy, smoked ham, pork and sauerkraut with side dishes such as mashed potatoes, homemade egg noodles, creamed corn or green beans and more. A wide variety of desserts such as homemade pies, pudding and cakes available as well.

Der Dutchman
4967 Walnut Street
Walnut Creek, OH
330 893 2981
Restaurant features breakfast, lunch, dinner menu and dessert. Food is made by Amish cooks using old-fashioned recipes, and served by Amish wait staff.

Dutch Valley Restaurant
1343 Old Route 39
Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
330 852 4627
Dutch Valley Restaurant has been in business for over 30 years. Amish style and family style dining, using the finest traditional recipes.

Charm Family Restaurant
4450 State Route 557
Charm, OH
330 893 2717
Formerly Grandma’s Homestead Restaurant.

Miller’s Dutch Kitch’n (CLOSED)
108 East Main Street
Baltic, OH
330 897 5481
Family owned and operated business, specializing in Amish cooking. Some of their specials include roast beef, prime rib, “3 side dish” dinners, soups, pies, ice cream.

Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen
8101 State Route 241
Mt. Hope, OH
Mrs. Yoder’s has been providing home-style cooking to the local community for over 15 years. Features Amish traditional cuisine and American style dishes.  

Kidron Town & Country Restaurant
4959 Kidron Road
Kidron OH
330 857 2131
Business located in Kidron Town & Country Market. Specializing in Amish style meals, sandwiches, salad, desserts, and daily specials.

Das Dutch Kitchen
14278 Lincoln Way E
Dalton, OH
330 683 0530‎
Carries freshly made home style cooked dishes. Amish style flavors mixed with American cuisine.

Canal Tavern of Zoar
8806 Towpath Road Northeast
Bolivar, OH
330 874 4444‎
Specializes in Amish and German style cuisine along with American flavors.  Menu items including Spaetzle, a traditional German soup, winzersalat, bratwurst sandwich, or Hackbratentorte – meatloaf in crust.

Geauga County/Northeast Ohio

Our House Restaurant
The Valley Marketplace
6121 South Ave
Boardman, OH
330 248 7034
Our House Restaurant located at The Valley Marketplace specializes in Amish home style cooking. Some of the Amish style dishes include The Holzhocka (hash brown potatoes, crumbled sausage, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage gravy), The Poust Pounder (sausage gravy served on the biscuit) and more.

Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen
14743 North State Street
Middlefield, OH
440 632 1939
Old fashioned Amish-cooked dishes such as slow-cooked roast beef or turkey, real mashed potatoes, fresh salads, homemade bread and rolls.

Hartville Kitchen
1015 Edison Street Northwest
Hartville, OH
330 877 9353‎
Mennonite style home made dishes.

Das Dutch Haus Restaurant
14895 South Avenue
Columbiana, OH
330 482 2236‎
Serving PA Dutch traditional food including roast turkey, chicken and special-recipe noodles, mashed potatoes, homemade soups, fresh baked breads and muffins.

Columbus Area

The Olde Dutch Restaurant
12791 State Route 664 S
Logan, OH
The Olde Dutch Resturant features old-fashioned cuisine including breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts menu.

Northwest Ohio

Barn Restaurant
22611 Ohio 2
Archbold, OH
419 445 2231‎
Barn Restaurant specializes in Amish style home cooking. They feature a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Dishes include ham, chicken, roast beef dinner with mashed potatoes and gravy, and a variety of desserts freshly made in their bakery.

Note to OH residents: Please double-check business hours of Amish restaurants listed here. Business locations and availability can change. Amish-owned businesses will always be closed on Sundays; non-Amish restaurants may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above information.

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    1. Jewels

      I was in Baltic just a few weeks ago and it appears Miller’s Dutch Kitch’n is closed. In the past when I was there, it always seemed busy so I am not sure why it closed. Also I would say that Chalet In The Valley is more Swiss/German than Amish. The decor is more of the Swiss nature with the clocks and the building is even built to resemble a Swiss chalet. The food is good but I would say leans toward the Swiss/German type of food. It is confusing, and it took me awhile to distinguish that there is a difference between the Swiss and Amish type of business in the area.

      1. Miller's Dutch Kitch'n - Closed

        Jewels, thanks for the update on the status of Miller’s Dutch Kitch’n. I have updated the listing above accordingly. Google also confirms that it is “Permanently Closed”.

        This Yelp link suggests the location may reopen under new ownership, but it sounds like it may be as a different restaurant:

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