This place is expensive so if that's your taste you'll love this place. All their chocolates are to die for
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This place is historic and a Goshen landmark. Very good breakfast and lunch stop. And homemade candy counter as well. The ham and cheese omelette is legit and tasty! This place hasn’t changed in years and hope it never does. Come experience tradition and deliciousness...More
Step into yesteryear with this old-time candy store and restaurant. When you walk in the door you see a wonderful display behind glass of all the chocolates that I made on the premises. The dining area is old-fashioned wooden booths under a tin Ceiling. Wonderful...More
I've been eating here since 1966. A classic diner, since 1912, with booths, tables, and stools at the counter. Menu filled with standard American food. Staff is attentive. Everything is fresh. Portions are good and prices fair. For dessert, you can get a generous-sized ice...More
Variety of candies and sweets made on site in their kitchen. Have been in business and in the same location for 60+ years. Family owned. Food served is very good with tasty sandwiches made the old fashioned way. Great place to visit.
This is just a really cool locally owned diner; which also has amazing chocolates and candies. They make the sweets in the back, so it's always got a great fresh taste. The food is always well made. My wife got me hooked on the Toasted...More
Great place to step back in time. Have breakfast or lunch here. Have an old fashioned drink or a great burger. Service is ok. Environment is Best. Prices are pretty good except for the 1.50 tiny bag of chips. Would come back here again.
If your in search of fast service and friendly smiles then this is the place to be. Parking can be a bit tricky but once your in you'll love the food. All the food is very reasonably priced definitely a must stop in Goshen Indiana.
Very popular establishment, but there always seems to be room for one more. Good wait staff really know their jobs, versatile menu, good quality ingredients. Olympia is well known for its candy BUT try the olive sandwich. Great experience and a delight. You will need...More
Already lots of great reviews. But I thought it's worth mentioning again, the one thing, apart from the candy, is the fresh squeezed orange and lemonade on an old style hand press! Nice! Just can't find that anywhere. I sat and sipped on my lemonade...More