Our Amish neighbors are an intrical part of our community. To appreciate their culture you need to understand the history of their religious journey. This knowledge will help you as you visit our Amish businesses and to give you an appreciation for the simpler way of life.
Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen – Good old fashioned Amish home cooking. Come feast on tender, slow-cooked roast beef or turkey, real mashed potatoes, fresh salads, and homemade bread and rolls. Just be sure to save room for your favorite homemade pie.
Rothenbuhler Cheesemakers – Visiting Amish country is not complete until you taste some fine cheeses. A major producer of exceptional Swiss cheese. In fact, their cheese is sold from Maine to California and Florida to Alaska. Samples are encouraged.
Nauvoo Family Market – You’ll find fresh produce, cheese, meats, baked goods, ice cream, and canned products, bulk items as well as a wide variety of locally made craft items, gifts, furniture, toys, and so much more. Shopping here is a delight for the whole family.
Country Side Furnishings – Quality, hand-crafted furnishings. Each piece is hand tooled with the care and skills that are recognized worldwide with attention to the smallest detail. Furniture pieces that provide you with heirlooms that can be passed down to future generations.
Mel’s Shoes-N-More – is the premier shoe store in Middlefield. Specializing in shoes, work boots, dress shoes, athletic shoes and sportswear. With over 7 years experience in the shoe business, you can trust the staff to take care of all your shoe needs. They guarantee the right shoe for you.
Fig Tree Bulk Foods – has everything you need to stock up on pantry items! They carry a wide range of flours, other grains and grain products (like quinoa and oats), baking supplies, pastas, herbs and spices, canning supplies, full deli, and much more.
Amish Home Craft Shop and Bakery – is located on an Amish Farm. They offer fresh all natural baked goods as well as unusual Amish handcrafted toys, soaps, jams, quilts and even Amish Clothing.
Middlefield Original Cheese Co-op – is farmer owned. There are now 250 co-op members, ninety-eight percent are Amish. The cheese is natural, made from milk from cows that are not treated with BST hormones.
Mullet’s Footwear and Country Cedar – sell shoes and boots for the whole family. Also check out their outside living products including gazebos, lawn furniture, barns, as well as chicken coops, rabbit hutches and dog houses.
Miller’s Mespo Furniture offers fine handmade real solid wood furniture, 100% made in America. Providing lasting beauty and comfort for your bedroom, dining room, living room and home office, in traditional and contemporary styles.
End of the Commons General Store reminds us of the ‘original’ one-stop-shopping experience with bulk groceries, the barber shop, post office & gas pump all at the only store in town! Now offering old time favorites like penny candy, glass soda pop bottles and wonderful decor to keep thos old memories alive.
Yoders Amish Furniture – where the term Amish isn’t a style. It’s the standard of excellence by which all their solid wood furniture is handcrafted. All of their furniture is created by the skill of genuine Amish craftsmen, a skill passed down from one generation to the next.
Kalle Naturals – can help you in your quest toward a Healthier You! Offering Organic, gluten free and specialty foods. Organic bulk flours, sugar, beans, and dried fruits. Organic coffee, tea, and soda. Maple syrup. Chemical free laundry supplies and cleaners. Beauty supplies, and vitamins. .If you need that special item, they have it.
Hershberger’s House Wares – and then some! Toys, baby items, Victorio strainers, steamers for grapes and vegetables, flashlights, brooms, pressure canners, granite canners, coffee butlers and liners, tea kettles, stockpots, honey, maple spread, maple syrup, jams, popcorn, glazes, seasonings, popcorn poppers and more. Stop in today and see all they have to offer!
B & K Salvage – One of the Best kept Secrets in Geauga County!!! An easy, instant way to cut your grocery bill by half. Specializing in buying items other stores no longer want– cans that are dented, items near the expiration date or even just overbuys. Products you’d find at any grocery store: Name Brand Groceries Cleaning Supplies Laundry Detergent Health and Beauty
Countryside Gazebos – Bring a little bit of Geauga County’s Amish Craftsmanship Home with you!!!Is your lawn missing something? Maybe a shady place to sit, furniture or even a fun swing. Bring new life to your yard. This family-owned and -operated builder has over 30 years of experience. They know how to build it, sturdy and just how you like it. Show your lawn off by adding a little style. Creekside Lawn Furniture – Amish Handcrafted Lawn Furniture – Swings, Gliders, Chairs, Tables, Benches, Adirondacks, Refreshment Stands, Potting Benches, and more. They use cypress wood which is chemical free and rot resistant. Custom stain colors are available. Bring in a picture. They will create the piece of your dreams.
D & S Farm and Garden – The premier Amish Farm: Supplying Organic Produce, seeds and supplies. D & S Farm and Garden was established in 1993 when Amish Couple Daniel and Susan Fisher bought property and built a home. In 1994, they decided to start farming produce naturally. They soon realized there was no one else in the Middlefield Ohio area selling natural or organic fertilizers and seeds, so they started stocking some.
Geauga Amish Historical Library – “1886 March 28. We moved to Geauga County Ohio.” When Samuel Weaver wrote those words in his ledger in 1886, he could not have imagined that he would be the first Amish settler in a community that 130 years later would be the fourth largest Amish settlement in America, In addition to books, documents and artifacts relating to Amish history, some dating to the 16th century, the Library also has a small bookstore.
Geauga Family Farms – Amish farmers in the Geauga County area. The farm cooperative was created to give a stronger, collective voice to the small-scale family farmer in Geauga County. Be a part of saving the Farming Life in Geauga County. Geauga Family Farms is a cooperative of 10 certified-organic family farms located primarily in Geauga County. The majority of these farms are owned and operated by Amish families. Geauga Farms Country Meats – Known for its cheese and meats. Offering a variety of superior meats to the savvy shopper who prefers to buy Grain fed beef, no growth hormones raised on local farm meat. An Amish owned meat and cheese country store operates on a simple basic principle of good business – give the customer premium quality meat at reasonable prices with the best service every time, and they’ll not only return, but tell their friends.