Perhaps, the Selvig House was closed at one point... But as of last month it was open (10/12). This was my first experience at a B & B, and is was wonderful. The home and its owners were warm and welcoming, the breakfast was delicious, and though most of the leaves had fallen we enjoyed a golden weekend in Harmony. We liked the room we chose as well: the Selvig Room was spacious and homey. Even though it was chilly, we enjoyed sitting on the swing on the porch outside our room.
Was nice and homey little spot to go to. The food was fresh and good.
Considering this town has the largest Amish population (says Wikipedia), this spot was a delightful surprise. We only stopped off for a few beers and a snack. In brief: - Decent selection of beer. New Belgium Hop Tart was pretty good. - buffalo wings have a surprising delayed kick of spice. My mouth was on . - waitstaff: pleasant lady. I think she was Amish. For a more comprehensive review, please read Bob's review in the photos. I wanna meet that man.
Miles and Lisa, who own the joint, welcomed me and my friends with hot food, cold beer, and good laughs! Thanks to your staff as well for a grand ol' time! What a fun looking spot you've designed... :D
Are here for lunch after seeing the mystery cave and on the way to niagra cave. We had a group of six. The first I noticed was that they had kid menus. We had just sat down at "On the Crunchy Side" and they had no kid menus. So that was good. We all ordered different foods. It all came out good. I liked the beer battered fries so you may want to give them a try. They have homemade pies and (homemade?) ice cream. We passed on he pies but got some ice cream flavor a that were not the norm and very good. Overall I thought it was a decent place to eat. If I'm back out here I'd probably stop by again.
I went here for breakfast on 7-11-15 with my dad and two sons. My oldest son got a ham and cheese omelet, my youngest son got pancakes, my dad got eggs hash browns and sausage, and I got eggs Benedict. First off, the food was very pretty. The pancakes looked perfect, the omelet had a lot of color and didn't look plain like many do. Now let me talk about the eggs Benedict. They are on sour dough instead of English muffin. It was pretty but honestly I wasn't looking forward to it. It was excellent. I can say that was the BEST eggs Benedict I have ever had. It is a shame this place is up for sale, I will return just because it was so good! Also I need to try their pie.
Stopped in on our way through town. Great coffee. Loved the fried pickles. Chicken tender sandwich was delicious. Enjoyed the banana cream pie. Service was slow but our server was very busy so understandable. We could see that she was working as fast as she could. Only reason it didn't get more stars is the greasy smell that permeates the air. We almost left after walking in and smelling it. I'm glad we stayed as the food was very good, however, my hair and clothes smelled of grease for the rest of the day.