Get ready to eat — and eat and eat and eat — at Plain and Fancy Farm. A la carte menus are available, but if you want a bona fide experience in Amish Country, opt to dine with other families at one of several long, wooden tables. You’ll enjoy endless, farm-to-fork servings of bread, meat, vegetables and potatoes, along with various desserts, including Shoo-Fly Pie. You’ll pay per head (think of it as a buffet), and each meal includes unlimited non-alcoholic drinks; alcohol is available for an additional cost. Following the feast, walk around the restaurant’s large country store — if you’re able to get up from your seat, that is.
Plain and Fancy Farm opens at 11:30 a.m. daily; reservations are recommended.