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04.23.14

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The quaint Amish community of Grabill, IN is located just a short drive north of Fort Wayne, IN. This small town is full of unique shops, tasty food and enjoyable events. Plan to take a day trip to Grabill to enjoy a slower pace of life.

It’s important to note that you’ll want to visit Grabill Monday-Saturday as the town shops and restaurants are closed on Sunday.

PLACES TO SHOP IN GRABILL

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H. Souder & Sons General Store: Full of old fashioned soda, candy and so much more. A must visit on your trip to Grabill. (Main Street)

Amish Dolls

Country Shops Antique Mall & Year Round Flea Market: 150 different vendors spread over two floors make up this indoor mall. Everything from antiques to new items can be found. Plan on spending, at minimum, an hour at this store. Although, if you really love to shop you may want to plan closer to two or three. (Main street)

Grabill Hardware: A great selection of items used by the Amish population plus a Dutch Auction table. A great store for guys to visit. You never know what you’ll find. (across the street from Souder & Sons General Store)

Catalpa Gnome collectables
Catalpa Tree Shops: Metaphysical Bookstore and Gift Shop located one block south of the Country Shops. Catalpa offers a unique selection of gifts, books, and music.

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Katies: Amish furniture, quilts, canned goods, dolls and so much more. (corner of Schwartz & Witmer Rds)

Amish Bulk food
Grabill Country Sales: Bulk Amish food store with baked goods there is also an outside flea market during the summer months (located behind Save-A-Lot)

Church Shoppes, Leo, IN: Just a short drive from Grabill the Church shoppes are located on the St. Joseph river.

Harlan Haus Antiques: If you are on the hunt for antique be sure to stop by Harlan Haus Antiques in Harlan, IN. A 5 minute drive from Grabill.

PLACES TO EAT IN GRABILL

Coffee-Cabin
Coffee Cabin Cafe: Offering lunch and speciality coffees and teas. Located in the cabin behind the Country Shop Antique Mall.

Grabill Country Store: Offers a hot food buffet served Amish style.

Grabill Inn: Full service sit down restaurant. 13706 Fairview Dr, Grabill

Nolt’s Amish Restaurant: Only open on Friday and Saturday. Be sure to check the hours. This is one place in town that you can take an Amish buggy ride. 12530 Cuba Road, Grabill

FARM MARKETS IN GRABILL

Old-Time Market: Located in front of Grabill Country Sales bulk food store. Held on Saturdays May through September

Schmucker’s Amish Farm Market: Located on Doty Rd just south of State Rd 37. Offers fresh produce, amish cheese and butter, bulk food, flowers, seeds and more.

Lengacher’s Amish Produce & Meats: Antwerp Rd between Roth and Page roads. Seasonal produce, garden supplies, meat processing and more.

ANNUAL EVENTS IN GRABILL

JULY: Freedom Fireworks Festival in Leo, IN

SEPTEMBER: Grabill Country Fair

SEPTEMBER: Road Apple Cruise In, a great event fro cruise in enthusiasts

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