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Family Style Dining

Dining Hours

Family Style Dining

May 25 - October 31*
Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 10am - 7pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm

November 1 - November 8*
Monday - Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 4pm - 7pm
Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 7pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm

Novermber 9 - 12: Closed

November 13 - December 20*
Monday - Wednesday: Closed
Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 7pm
Sunday: 10am - 6pm
*Open November 25 for Thanksgiving Carry Out Pick-ups

December 21 - 25: Closed


December 26: 11am - 7pm

December 27: 11am - 7pm

December 28 - December 31
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11am - 7pm
Wednesday: 11am - 7pm
Thursday: Open for New Year's Celebration!

Threshers Dinner Menu
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Amish Acres Recipes
Amish Acres Recipes Cookbook
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Family Style Dining

Sit down under the hand-hewn timbers of the Restaurant Barn and enjoy Amish Acres nationally famous Threshers Dinner, a family style feast of Amish country favorites. In tribute to the generations of Amish threshers who band together each harvest season to cut and thresh, thus separating the grain from the chaff, each other’s crops in friendship, mutual aid and neighborliness.

Amish AcresThis feast is reminiscent of the hearty fare cooked up by the women in the wood fired stoves, bake ovens, and smoke houses of the host farm in time for the noontime break in the threshing day. Often served out of doors under the shade of orchard trees, the Threshers dinner was and remains the best of all worlds.

Family Style DiningIn the spirit of neighborliness and thanksgiving, and in the tradition of the Threshers Dinner, you’ll share your simple vittles amid the hand hewn beams of John T. Vawter’s bank barn which was originally raised in 1870 and reconstructed here in 1977. Your food is all on the table and there’s more in the kitchen, so like a hungry thresher, don’t be timid, ask for more.