Tennessee December 08, 2018
The Homemade Goods From This Amish Store In Tennessee Are Worth The Drive To Get Them
Tennessee does a great job when it comes to hawking local wares and goods. It’s a way of selling southern hospitality alongside some of the city’s passion projects, a way to build relationships alongside the consumerism that seems to have taken the world by storm. Here in Nolensville, Tennessee, The Feed Mill and Amish Country Market marries the beauty of yesteryear with the potential of tomorrow through their homemade wares and simple fare made with a hospitable smile.
The Amish Country Market has been listed as one of the ten best places to get breakfast by the Williamson Source, a local publication that boasts about the delicious offerings in this off-the-beaten-path spot in Nolensville.
Whether you're looking for Amish dry cured bacon or a classic stack of pancakes, this local country market has the means - and the menu - to make your breakfast dreams come true.
Not a breakfast fan? No worries! There are all sorts of decadent lunch offerings as well, especially if you're seeking a sky-high sandwich on freshly baked bread.
The mill has been open for business for over a decade, with almost 120 years under its belt. It was once used to produce feed for local farm animals and now operates as an intimate country market. If you love what you have for lunch chances are you'll be able to purchase the ingredients to make it at home.
Locals have made a point to purchase their organic and local wares from this tiny country mart, and they arrive in spades come Saturday for breakfast.
We're forever in love with the seasonal produce on display and for purchase, especially during the autumn season. How glorious is that field of pumpkins?!
Here in Tennessee, there's really no better way to experience local culture than to do a deep dive into our most intimate markets and watering holes. At over one hundred years old, the Amish Market has long been one of Nolensville's most prized spaces.
You can visit for yourself at 7280 Nolensville Road in Nolensville, Tennessee, from 10am to 6pm every day but Sunday, when you can visit from 11am to 430pm. Make sure you come with a whole lot of time to wander, folks. The market sits amongst a whole strip of darling antique stores that are well worth a gander.
This chocolate-centric road trip through the heart of Tennessee just might give you the sugar rush you need to get through the day.