Tennessee December 17, 2015
These 7 Places In Tennessee Amish Country Are Unique And Worth Visiting
You may think Pennsylvania boasts all the fantastic Amish stops and shops, but that just means you haven’t made your way out to Tennessee. Curious about these kind folk and their fantastic pies? Take a trek out to the country!
1. Amish Country Mall - Ethridge
There are 300 Amish farms in Ethridge, and the best dang fried bologna sandwich you've ever had.
2. Cane Creek Mennonite Community - Lobelville
This is the real deal - crafts, furniture, produce that'll make you cry it's so good. Cane Creek has it all - plus? Did you check out that honey up there!?! Yum!
3. Dutch Country Bakery - Bristol
The baked goods here have people coming by for pies and cakes and even custom desserts. Their cinnamon rolls are legendary, and even if your hips don't thank you? Your tastebuds will.
4. Jerry Amish Wagon Tours - Ethridge
Yep - it's just what it sounds like. Has your inner child started squealing yet...?
5. Muddy Pond Mennonite Community - Monterey
There's a mercantile and grocery for you to peruse, boasting handmade furniture and the best high calorie fare you've ever had.
6. The Feed Mill - Nolensville
Antiques, a grocery, a step into the past and even live music?! The Feed Mill is a homing beacon for the sweet at heart everywhere for their fantastic fare and welcoming folk.
7. Yoder's Country Market - Bull's Gap
One of the best stops in Tennessee Amish country, Yoder's is said to rival even the mother state of Pennsylvania. How crazy is that?!
Have you been to any? Let us know your favorites in the comments below!