When you step into Yoder's Restaurant, you step back in time to when dining out was cozy, people knew you, and food was not so commercialized as it is today. It is like eating at your family's house. You are not bombarded with tv's screaming football games, and harried waitresses just trying to turn over tables. It is reminiscent of the diners of my youth. The setting is charming, and the waitresses genuinely want to make you happy, and you can tell that they love their jobs and are proud of what is served. The food is homemade from scratch, and not laden with preservatives like so much restaurant food is to keep it fresh forever. This is important to me as my husband had colon cancer and we try to avoid preservatives and nitrates. Their servings are enormous, you will never leave hungry, and their pies are famous worldwide, having been on Man vs. Food and many other shows. Next door is their produce market and deli, where I have to stop at least once a week and pick up one of their delicious pot pies or other premade dinners that are so easy to just heat and serve. It is easy to see why people drive from 1-3 hours away to dine here. It is not just a restaurant, it is both an experience and a destination!!!
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