A List of the Best Amish Country Restaurants in Maryland

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Being able to sit down for a relaxing homemade meal at one of Maryland's many Amish restaurants is a luxury we will never take for granted.

From all-you-can-eat buffets to charming food counters, here is a list of some of the Amish country's best, and most delicious restaurants. Keep reading to learn more.

Beilers BBQ | Joppatowne

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The Amish simply never fail when it comes to BBQ. Beilers is located inside the Joppa Amish Market and serves up an incredible selection of BBQ foods from pulled pork to ribs and mac and cheese.

High Country Creamery and Market | Grantsville

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An idyllic creamery located along the border of Pennsylvania, High Country offers a charming farm-to-table restaurant that features delicious Amish classics like the Reuben sandwich, steak wraps, and a swiss mushroom burger.

Dutch Family Restaurant | Germantown

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Housed within the Lancaster County Dutch Market, this is one of the best places to get your Amish food fix. The vendors here all hail from Pennsylvania's Amish country and Dutch Family Restaurant is this market's crown jewel. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the restaurant is known for their incredible fried chicken, waffles, and affordable pricing.

Lantz Restaurant | Laurel

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Hidden inside the Dutch County Farmers' Market, Lantz is a must-visit spot if you're looking for an authentic homestyle meal complete with all the fixings. While this restaurant may be packed most weekends, service is fast, friendly, and well worth the wait.

Pen Alps Restaurant | Grantsville

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The most infamous Amish restaurant in the state, if you haven't yet checked out Pen Alps Restaurant, you are seriously missing out. In addition to the warm and friendly atmosphere, charming rustic vibes, and delicious home-cooked food, this spot also offers a must-visit buffet.

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