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A vacation home in Berlin, Ohio, the land of the Amish
Berlin lies in the heart of Ohio's largest Amish community, making it a must-visit destination for history and culture buffs. Downtown Berlin shines with its lineup of indie boutiques, antique shops, and friendly cafés. A cabin in Berlin, Ohio, is the perfect base for your sojourn.
Berlin pleases the foodie
While Berlin has its share of chain restaurants, you might want to leave those aside and indulge in the Amish cuisine served in the area. A throwback to the days of yore, Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant is Berlin's oldest restaurant, around since 1938. Help yourself to their Amish-style meals – roast beef, mashed potatoes, and gravy are favorites. You could also check out Berlin Farmstead Restaurant in Millersburg, which boasts a terrific signature broasted chicken dish.
Cindy's Diner is all about comfort food. Pick from burgers and hot dogs, milkshakes, cream pies, root beer floats, or hand-dipped ice cream. Their food truck, The Twisted Pig, lets you savor all things porcine: indulge in pig rib sandwiches, pulled pork, or double-bacon cheeseburgers. For a classy fireside dinner, consider Doughty Glen Winery for its award-winning cheeses and raspberry wines.
Culture tripping in Berlin
Unravel the secrets of the mysterious Amish and Mennonite people at the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center. Look out for the painted cyclorama, Behalt, which means,"to keep, hold, remember." This mammoth mural employs unique artistic techniques to illustrate Amish history. The gift store sells a wealth of resources on the Amish, Mennonites, and Hutterites, as well as original Amish song recordings. Culture travelers will enjoy an Amish tour or a ride in a real Amish buggy.
The 14,000-square-foot Berlin Craft Mall sells locally made Amish objects such as quilts, woven baskets, candles, jellies, and noodles. The Berlin Antique Mall is equally exciting. Come check out the vintage automotive accessories, quilts, books, lamps, and more. An excellent keepsake to take home would be a colorful quilt from Helping Hands Quilt Shop.
The year kicks off with the quirky Annual Pajama Party, where those who arrive at shops early in their pajamas are granted discounts. Summer gets busy with Fabulous 50s Fling in Sugarcreek, with delicious food, vintage cars, and nostalgic music from the 50s. The two-day Thunder over Holmes County Festival in nearby Millersburg features beer gardens, live music, fireworks, and BBQ.
Summer barely eases out and Berlin gears up for the Harvest Festival Parade and Rib Cook-Off, one of the town's most awaited events. There's live music on the square, hectic sales in local stores, delicious baked goods, raffles, kiddie activities, and of course, a rib cook-off to look forward to.
A nativity parade is the highlight of Christmas, whereas New Year's Eve brings with it the promise of exciting year-end festivities and fireworks.
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