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The illuminated arrow points to the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Berlin. A 15 to 20-pie selection every day, coupled with mouth-watering food, provides the perfect setting to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or even an afternoon snack.
A lot has changed in Berlin since 1938, but one thing that’s remained is Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant.
Whether it’s the 75-cent cup of coffee or the pie board that lists 15-20 homemade pies daily, the downtown Berlin eatery is a staple for locals and tourists alike.
Many times tourists want to get away from eating at big chain restaurants—and Amish Country has its share of locally-owned dining choices. But Boyd & Wurthmann is different in that aspect due to its long history. It first opened as a grocery store in 1938. In the 1940s a green counter was built (it’s still there today!) and pies and lunches were served. As the demand continued to grow for seating, tables were added and the grocery store got smaller, until the entire establishment was a restaurant. In addition to its business history, locals have been discussing the news of the day at the famous round table that sits near the window. If it’s happening, they are talking about it there.
But what really sets Boyd & Wurthmann apart from the rest is the hometown feeling, the silky smooth cream pies and the mouth-watering homestyle meals. Whether it’s breakfast, served up bright and early at 5:30 a.m. or popular lunch specials and even dinnertime feasts, it’s worth the trip. But remember to get there early. The seating is limited and the pies get eaten quickly!
M-Sat 5:30 am-8 pm, closed Sun
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S Merritt from Lawrenceburg, KY - 04/23/2013 - 01:30 pm
Their chicken noodle soup is the best ! and Love their home-made bread ! Delicious !!
(null) from (null) - 09/19/2012 - 09:18 pm
Excellent!!! One of our must go-to's when we visit 2 times a year!!!