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So Much To See, So Much To Do
Every sunrise over the gentle hills of the surrounding farmlands brings a day full of possibility. If you’re looking for events and things to do in Lancaster County, our Bird-in-Hand family of properties offer the perfect place to stay close to everything you want to do. As our Guest, you’re invited to get to know the side of Amish Country we call home, with a complimentary tour of back roads and farmlands. Enjoy a memorable ice cream social with the Smucker family. Test your stamina or cheer on the runners in the Bird-in-Hand Half Marathon. Take a hot air balloon ride or tour The Amish Village. Nearby you’ll find farmers markets, quilt shops and boutiques, as well as outlet stores, Sight & Sound Theatres, Hersheypark, Dutch Wonderland, the Strasburg Railroad and more. If you want to know more about events and attractions, explore our website or ask our knowledgeable staff for recommendations.
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Directions to Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord
2760 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505
and Bird-in-Hand Bakery & Cafe
2715 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505
The Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord and the Bird-in-Hand Bakery & Cafe are part of the Bird-in-Hand family properties in the heart of Lancaster County’s Amish farmlands. For Restaurant call-ahead seating, call (717) 768-1550 within an hour of your arrival. Use the map above for driving directions.
Restaurant & Smorgasbord Hours:
We’re open Monday – Saturday from 6 am – 8 pm.
- Breakfast Smorgasbord: 7 – 10:30 am
- Lunch Smorgasbord: 11 am – 3:30 pm
- Dinner Smorgasbord: 4 – 7:30 pm
Noah’s Ark Kids’ Buffet
Mid-June – Labor Day: Monday-Saturday, 11:30 am – 7:30 pm
After Labor Day: Tuesday and Friday, 4 pm – 7:30 pm; Saturday, 11:30 am – 7:30 pm
Bakery & Cafe Hours:
Monday – Saturday, 6 am – 6 pm
Our walk-up window will be open for the summer from May 27-August 27; Monday – Saturday, 6 – 9 pm.
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Packages & Special ExperiencesSome moments you’ll remember forever: eating barbecued chicken and steamed corn in the field where it was grown and harvested…. enjoying a private wine tasting for two and a romantic get-away at our historic country inn…. staying in our Schoolhouse Suite....going behind the scenes at an Amish farm during harvest time…. Not only will you make great memories and find lots of things to do in Bird-in-Hand, but you can save money, too.
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Amish Wedding FeastAvailability: Restaurant & Smorgasbord (groups only)
Amish Christmas CelebrationAvailability: Restaurant & Smorgasbord (groups only)
Landis Valley Village & Farm MuseumAvailability: Restaurant & Smorgasbord (groups only)
Find Out What “Fresh Food” Really Means
Long before people started talking about “farm-to-fork,” the Smucker family was bringing food from the land to the table. We’ve enjoyed homemade goodness at our table for generations. Today, we share that great taste with you.
At our Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord and Bird-in-Hand Bakery & Cafe, our menus feature fresh meats, fruits and vegetables from several local Lancaster County farms. Many of these farms are located within minutes of our restaurants. Most of our meats, poultry and eggs come from Lancaster County producers, including Angus beef from John Smucker’s farm. We use fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables from local Amish and Mennonite farms – in season, you can purchase fresh produce from them, too. We grow our own pumpkins for our pumpkin pie, and our cage-free eggs come from Smucker Farms, a local, family-owned and operated farm. The milk we serve with our baked oatmeal and apple dumplings comes from Oasis, an Amish organic, non-GMO co-op.
We support farmers who share our commitment to food quality and safety. We think it’s good for the community and a sustainable approach for the land. And you can’t beat the farm-fresh taste!
Meet the FarmerClair Kauffman, Kauffman’s Fruit Farm & Market
3097 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA
Kauffman’s provides us with apples, including sliced apples, and peaches for our pies, baked goods and artisan ice cream.
“We have about 100 acres, and only 80 to 90 acres in production at any given time. We grow apples, peaches, pears, plums and cherries. With smaller scale production, you can have more optimal harvest times. That always results in a better flavor and higher nutrition because the fruit is at optimal maturity. People tell us, ‘Your fruit just tastes better.’ To me, fruit flavor is an indicator of nutrition and proper management.
— Clair Kauffman, Bird-in-Hand, PA
Experience Our Tradition of Good Food
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