Located at 13 Broad Street, Delware Water Gap, the Village Farmer and Bakery is an excellent stop after a day of kayaking, hiking, biking or just having fun at the gap. It's located a 1/2 mile off Route 80, Exit 130 on Rt. 611 south just after the Pa./NJ toll booth. It has a rustic small town general store feel but it's specialty is home made pies. There are over thirty different pies on the menu including some not so common like strawberry rhubard and sweet potato pie. I bought the apple cranberry walnut crumb pie and mixed berry pie both were delicious. Baked on the premises daily they feature no trans fats, no high fructose corn syrup and wheat flour giving them a distinctive taste. The store also has pot pies (Shepard's pie, etc.), burgers, sandwiches, jams and jellies., and apple cidar You can sit inside, outside on picnic tables or by the stream. Everyday all day they feature a special (hot dog and generous slice of pie) for $2.49. When I was there they had free sample slices of pie resting on a table for anyone to enjoy. The Village Farmer is home good quality at a reasonable price with friendly young owners and staff. I think they can improve the tea and coffee experience although it is not bad.
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