Millersburg is a village that serves as the county seat of Holmes County, Ohio, United States. The population was 3,025 at the 2010 census. Holmes County Airport, located two miles southwest of Millersburg, serves the county.
Things to do in Millersburg
4.5 based on 304 reviews
The serenity of our restaurant and inn is the perfect setting for enjoying the cuisine of Executive Chef Bret Andreasen and his team. The kitchen staff is committed to using local and seasonal ingredients to create a dining experience that is simple yet elegant. The Chef also brings international and urban flavors based on his travels to the table. We hope to become your dining destination whether it is special occasion, business meeting, or just a night out in Amish Country.
My European Breakfast was excellent and nourishing. It was a healthy yet light option. The service was excellent and very friendly and attentive. The coffee was also very good, although I was very disappointed that the Inn has stopped offering complimentary coffee in the Lobby to its overnight guests. The atmosphere is lovely. However as I perused the Tarragon menu it struck me as sorely overpriced and my friend and I chose to dine elsewhere for dinner and had an excellent meal at BAGS in downtown Millersburg for a very reasonable price. The food and service there were excellent.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Satisfy both your caffeine addiction and your taste buds with exceptional, freshly made coffee, homemade donuts & pastries, and excellent sandwiches, wraps and salads from Jitters Coffee House of Millersburg, Ohio. Friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
I love Jitters! I've been coming to this place for many years and its such a nice place. Plenty of seating, delicious food, really chill and friendly vibe. Everyone is very friendly and there's a lot of outlets, too, so getting work done is easy. I would highly recommend their chicken quesadillas - they're delicious.
5 based on 212 reviews
They have the best iced raisin bread and a bread called garden bread. The doughnuts are huge and always fresh. Kind of off the beaten path but definitely worth looking up
4.5 based on 464 reviews
We were told by locals this was a good place to eat. We had eaten there about 20 years ago and food was good. We decided to eat here as it was our 36th wedding anniversary and we went to Austria for our honeymoon so wanted Austrian food to celebrate. Our meal was a disappointment. Other reviews said portions were large but ours was not. We had Jager schnitzel that was just deep fried, not pan seared like we had in Austria. The mushroom gravy looked like it was day old at least and warmed up. It was very salty and I am a heavy salt eater. It would not have been edible for someone who is not use to salt. There was no gravy for the spaetzle so I asked for just a little for it. I was charged $1.99 for it! Normally it is served with enough gravy for both the meat and spaetzle. The German potato salad was not very flavorful. The pretzel sticks they serve while you wait were tasty. The cost for what you received was high $42+ for two meals, no drink or dessert. We will not return nor would we recommend it.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
I stopped here at a friend's recommendation just to check it out. Lots of good bakery choices. The apple cider slushy was really good.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Nice little bakery with a great variety of baked goods ranging from cookies to ice cream. Samples are provided for many of their items. What's great is that Heini's Cheese Chalet is just across the street enabling tourists to visit both places.
5 based on 3 reviews
They serve mainly coffee here so don't expect a bunch of food choices. Despite that, the Croissant breakfast sandwich I had was excellent! I was very pleased with it. I also got their Peanut chocolate chip cookie, which is a cookie with peanuts inside, not peanut flavored chips. (My mistake but still good tasting) Lastly I wanted to try their Peppermint Mocha so I got that. Out of curiosity and by chance I wanted to see the inside and found this place does Coffee art! So if you get coffee be sure to take a moment and peer inside your cup or you will miss the art.
4.5 based on 951 reviews
The food choices here are excellent and a great value for the buffet/salad bar. This was the first time I tried the rhubarb dessert served cold at the salad bar. And my husband enjoys the Chicken and mashed potatoes, among all the other dishes. This place had high ceilings, large quilts on display as décor, and the large windows allow for a bright and pleasant experience.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The atmosphere is wonderful, truly reminiscent of an old world cafe (My daughter said the music is just a tad loud for her taste). Everything is baked on site, including the gluten free bread. Everything served is made there, including the salad dressings which are gluten free. There is a descent selection of food items, sandwiches, burger, and salads to choose from. All sandwiches and burgers can be served on gluten free bread (which is baked there). It was a delight to have to puzzle over what to order because I had so many choices! There are 2 gluten free desserts to choose from - monster cookies and a torte. I chose soup and a half salad sans croutons and wound up having to bring some of the salad home! To say I was impressed is putting it mildly. The only drawback is that since they have only been open 3 weeks, they do not have a dedicated fryer for french fries or their hand made potato chips, but hopefully that will happen at some point in the future. That being said, the food is excellent and this is the perfect place for someone who has celiac or other gluten issues to safely eat. I am definitely going back! SIOON!
4 based on 286 reviews
We were looking for something other than Amish food and asked a local who said they like Bags Pub, so we gave it a try. The food was very good, the pork steak was excellent. We will visit again the next time we are in the area.
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