In 1947, Alfred Guggisberg ventured to the U.S. from Switzerland to pursue his cheesemaking dream. He created Baby Swiss cheese, now world famous. Known for smaller holes and less-biting flavor, Baby Swiss is a true product of Ohio’s Amish Country.
There are wineries, and then there are complete winery experiences. At Raven’s Glenn, located eight miles east of Coshocton on U.S. Route 36, to experience wine is to truly satisfy your passion.
Selected by USA Today as one of the best meals of 2006, the Amish Door serves excellence. From hearty breakfasts to dinners, diners are more than customers, while enjoying the hospitality. A bakery, Victorian Inn and shops lead to a daylong visit.
One trip to Cindy’s Diner in Berlin, Ohio will more than likely mean plenty of trips to Cindy’s Diner. This quaint diner is a mainstay in the heart of Berlin.
Berlin’s oldest continuously operating restaurant is where visitors get a taste of life in the village. Nearly 20 varieties of pie are available daily along with home-styled dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stop, sit and save room for pie.
If you’re looking for a taste of Europe, look no further than Swissters. Located in Sugarcreek, Ohio, this wine, craft beer and cheese shop featuring live music, chef demonstrations and more has a European flair. Boasting the best foods, wines and be
Dutchman Hospitality Group appeals to every traveler, whether looking for a warm meal, peaceful stay or shopping. Seven restaurants, two inns, four bakeries, seven shops and a wholesale food supplier have become synonymous with Amish Country.
Historic Downtown Millersburg may reside in the heart of Amish Country, and while there is the Amish and Mennonite flavor, Historic Downtown Millersburg is so much more.
The name Breitenbach reflects the scenic grounds where the winery is located. Famous for award-winning sweet and fresh blends that satisfy any palate, the winery includes a gift shop and eatery, in addition to tours and the annual dandelion festival.
This restored 1830s canal town is open year-round and features Living History tours with costumed interpreters giving demonstrations, hands-on activities, quaint shops, casual dining, lodging, seasonal Monticello III Canal Boat Ride and more.