Welcome Home To The Amish Door

Half Century Of Tradition In Excellence With More To Come!

What began as a 48-seat family restaurant by the name of Stucki's, The Amish Door Restaurant has grown into what it is today through the hard work and dedication of Milo and Anna Kathryn Miller. The couple first poured coffee and served broasted chicken for dinner guests in March of 1977 in the restaurant's original location, which is now a part of the Amish Door Market. In 1982, the rustic "barn" was added, increasing the seating from 48 to 325. As the Amish Door Restaurant became even more popular, the owners were inspired to build a new restaurant - our current location - which can seat 450 guests. With the larger building, the Amish Door Bakery opened, as well.

In the following years, the Amish Door Village continued to grow!

The Hasseman House Bed and Breakfast was introduced, inviting guests to stay the night in the beautiful Amish countryside. Open until 2017, the bed and breakfast gave many wonderful memories to The Amish Door Village guests.

The banquet center, now known as the Milana Event Center, followed shortly after. It became the perfect place for events at The Amish Door Village, including dinner and a show, family or corporate events and weddings. It has become the place to be!

After high demand, the Inn at Amish Door opened in October 1997. With 52 guest rooms, the Inn allowed even more guests to enjoy a stay at The Amish Door Village.

In 2010, The Amish Door Restaurant was remodeled with a fresh, new look.

Then, in 2019, the next generation took on the role of day-to-day operations and now carries on the tradition of The Amish Door Village. With Milo and Anna’s values in their hearts, they continued to watch The Amish Door Village flourish with even more on the horizon.

Our goal at The Amish Door Village is to be a welcoming and hospitable respite for each of our guests every time they join us.

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Directions to the Amish Door

From Columbus

An easy drive two hours north on 71, east on US 30 and continuing east on US 250. When you get to Wilmot, follow the signs in!

From Cleveland

Take 77 South until you pick up 21 South and OH 93 South. Follow US 62 West and watch for the signs to lead you the rest of the way.

From Akron/Canton

Follow 77 South to US 250 West until you get to Wilmot. It's that easy.

From Cambridge / 77 South

Hop on 77 North, then take US 250 West until you find Wilmot. An hour and change.

From Wheeling

Follow the signs to stay on US 250 West until you pick up 77 North. Exit at US 250 West and keep cruising to Wilmot.

From Pittsburg

Take US 22 West for about an hour, then continue west on US 250 and keep on as it merges with US 800 North. Take 77 North and head west on US 250.

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