Amish Country Store & Restaurant

Amish Country Store & Restaurant 2410 N 32nd St
Muskogee, OK 74401

Phone: 918-686-0243
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The Amish Country Store & Restaurant in Muskogee offers shoppers and diners an opportunity to sample and purchase unique goods from a handful of Oklahoma Amish communities. The Muskogee shop and restaurant features pastries, jams, jellies and breads all made in Oklahoma. Many customers drive from throughout the state to purchase staples like butter and cheese handmade by Amish artisans in Oklahoma. Dine on comfort foods like meatloaf, dumplings or turkey and dressing and enjoy one of more than a dozen varieties of homemade fudge for dessert.

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  • Dining Type: Casual Dining

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-69





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Located on Highway 69 in Muskogee between West Shawnee Avenue and West Fern Mountain Drive.

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From Gina Reese on 12/31/14

We travel from OKC just to eat here and wag the fried pies home. The fried pies are the best ever no matter what time you buy them. The food is like Moms home cooking. As for the Amish folks I believe they do the cooking on the jar foods in the store and fudge. If you know Amish folks, they like to stay with their own. U do not see them out much and so what if they teach others to cook their recipes. Thumbs up to these great folks who love the Lord. The pastry is on a scale of 10. That's my 2 cents.

From Leah on 11/14/14

Not an authentic Amish restaurant or store. Food was cold, and not good. Kids chicken nuggets looked processed and from a bag in the freezer section of any grocery store. Mashed potatoes were watery. I could go on, but you get the point. The fried pie case is missing the glass and the pies are just out in the open with all sorts of people walking by. There are decorations everywhere making it feel cluttered. Even worse, they all have a thick layer of dust. Pretty sure all the items in the store are from a commercial supplier and repackaged. Basically, there are authentic Amish restaurants and stores in Oklahoma, this isn't it.

From Heidi on 06/26/14

We used to live in Mannford and would go to Mollett every year for grave decorating. We always stopped here for fudge. They have the best fudge I've ever found. Would highly recommend.

From CreativeTraveler on 02/02/13

After visiting the Amish country Store, I felt deceived in the fact that there is NO AMISH staff employed there at all. I was expecting amish folks working and selling their wares. Not here.

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