Comfort food just like it used to be. Gourmet it's not. There's nothing fancy here. Just plain good old fashioned food and plenty of it. This is food prepared in the tradition of fueling hard labor on the farm or shop --- sun up to sun down. Great desserts too. I would weigh 350 lbs. it I ate here on a regular basis ..... but to stop by on a trip..... it's a treat not to be missed.
And don't just eat. When we are here we pick up a package of locally ground buckwheat for making pancakes at home. But there are lots of options to take home food just like grandma used to make.
When you are finished with your meal, go over to the "Yoder House" to see how life was lived 200 years ago when the National Road (the first Federal Interstate Highway) came thru here. The bridge over the Casselman River was built in 1813. And then stop by the Spruce Forest Artisan Village to see highly skilled contemporary craftsmen (craftspeople?) and their work. If you just want a quick meal find a chain burger place. If you want an experience you will remember hang out a while in Grantsville after a meal at the Penn Alps.
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