This Old-Time General Store Is Home To The Best Bakery In Ohio
By Sarah McCosham|Published January 20, 2023
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Ohio is home to some delightful old-time general stores. Ohio’s oldest general store, End of the Commons General Store, is located on the far northeast corner of the state, while Pfeiffer Station General Store, a circa-1845 shop, is about an hour northwest of Columbus. In Coshocton, Roscoe General Store is another old-time favorite that’s home to arguably the best bakery in Ohio.