Welcome to Dutchman Hospitality, where we celebrate the traditional foods, simple comforts and rural charm of Midwestern Amish and Mennonite communities.



We invite you to gather with friends and family to shop, eat, relax and stay in the country communities we’ve called home for generations. 
Here you’ll find whatever your heart desires: made-from-scratch meals, rolling hills, Amish buggies, handcrafted gifts, timeless treasures, and good, clean fun.


undefinedOur Family Story

In 1969, Emanuel Mullet, his son-in-law Robert Miller, and friend Dan Lehman bought a small, 75-seat family restaurant located in a renovated hardware store in Walnut Creek, Ohio. Raised in the area’s Amish and Mennonite communities, these men and their families set out to share the heritage of hearty, made-from-scratch meals with anyone who gathered around the table.

Today, two of Emanuel’s daughters, sons-in-law, and their families continue the tradition. Under the direction of Robert and Sue Miller, and Dr. Daniel and Mary Miller, Dutchman Hospitality Group now includes six restaurants, four inns, six bakeries, seven shops, a 500 seat theater and a wholesale food supplier located throughout scenic, small-town Ohio and Sarasota, Florida.

Emanuel and Alma MulletWe have offices located in the center of Walnut Creek, just steps away from the site of our very first family restaurant. And our sister company, Das Dutchman Essenhaus, is located in Middlebury, Indiana.

Even though we’ve grown over the years, two things haven’t changed:

  • We remain firmly rooted in the values and traditions of our Amish and Mennonite heritage.
  • We continue our commitment of connecting the talents and trades of local craftspeople to our beloved communities and customers.