The Springhouse is a local dairy farm that has a restaurant / deli on the property.
This is the place that had the pumpkin people that I showed in a prior post and my grandson enjoyed some slides that they set up in a neighboring field in the early fall. I took some pictures of the inside…there are some nice vintage appliances in there.
There is seating outside for dining as well as indoors.
Here is a view to the left when you enter. In the back is a bakery section and farm fresh milk and cheese. The cases to the right hold freshly made salads and farther on up, their ice cream.
Here we are in the back by the bakery, looking towards the front. This little antique holds some cookie samples ( Yes, they were good ) and pie scraps, etc. Behind me is the bakery section holding very expensive pies, home made breads, etc.
If you are not going to bake your own pie, here is the place to spend the big bucks on one, since it will taste just like Grandma’s. ( nope, I did not buy / I escaped this place with the price of just one dish of ice cream for my grandson : )
Below : more baked goods in the back on yet another wonderful old vintage appliance, a candle section, and gift section area from the other side of the building.
Back to the front, walking in the door…here is a very pretty display to your right.
Another display on a vintage appliance…they are everywhere : )
Two more display areas:
They do a brisk business daily because the food is so good…just like home cooking. When you walk in, if you veer slightly to the right, there is a cafeteria style section set up, and there are about 8 choices each day for lunch, and then a dinner selection. Farther on they have a salad bar set up, and back by the cash register are some slices of pies, etc. for dessert selection.
Like I said earlier, on this occasion, I escaped with just the price of a dish of ice cream…farm fresh :)