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Off Route 32 Cafe
Hand-Pattied Burgers, Daily Plate Specials, Pizza, Salad Bar, Kid's Menu. Hometown, friendly atmosphere.
Located on a serene wooded hilltop, gently slopes into a full-service marina and restaurant situated on Lake Shelbyville.
Okaw Valley Orchard
Check out the store and bakery, where you can buy apples, peaches, cider, jams, jellies and apple butter. A playground and picnic area is available. An apple festival is held over Columbus Day weekend.
5 West Coffee & Wine Lounge
Take a break and enjoy a full-service espresso bar, premium wines, and craft beers. Treat yourself to a selection of pastries and appetizers after a busy day shopping in Amish Country.
Lucky's Food & Spirits
A family style restaurant with great burgers, steaks and sandwiches to help you unwind after a busy day in Amish Country.
TNT takes great pride in the fact that almost everything we serve is hand made right here in our store. We're up early every day making everything from scratch to make sure you get the finest products available. From the bread and pizza dough we mix, to the meats, cheeses, and vegetables we slice right here. You won't find a fresher product anywhere else. A great product is guaranteed every time.
Route 16 Cafe
Great food, great service, great prices. Home-cooked meals and daily specials.
The Spicery Tea Room
Specialized in casseroles, quiches, soups, salads and desserts all made from scratch on premises. Setting: a 1901 Sears-Roebuck ordered catalogue house.
Amishland Red Barn Buffet
400 seat award-winning buffet with local recipes, Amish bread, desserts, apple butter, butcher shop meats and great Amish country decor.
Flesor's Candy Kitchen
At Flesor's Candy Kitchen we're just happy that warm weather prompts folks traveling up and down Interstate 57 or Route 36 to take the Tuscola, Illinois exit, stop at our great Tanger outlet mall, and then navigate a tiny bit more to our little downtown where they discover the treasure that is our store. We are also thrilled to welcome tourists to our region who have come to explore Amish Country and include in their itinerary a look at a couple of non-Amish, ½ Greek sisters who make candy the old-fashioned way, too. During summer, people flock to our hundred-year-old soda fountain (homemade ice-cream!) and are delighted that we serve good food for lunch every day from 11:00 to 3:00. We also welcome buses, and crazy Devon is almost always on hand to stand on a chair to give her “speech” about the store's history and offer big groups a tour of the candy room.