Hocking Hills Restaurants
Our family fell in love with Hocking Hills years ago. Whether it be the trails, waterfalls, and endless places to explore, we find ourselves drawn to the area. We opened up a family business of cabins and one of the most frequently asked question is always: where should we eat?
We included a list of places we have tried and loved. We hope this helps as you plan a relaxing getaway to Hocking Hills.
Chelle’s 33 Diner: Full-service restaurant, also providing carry out, catering, and banquet service. Serving breakfast all day and offer lunch and dinner specials. Plenty of parking for trailers and RVs, free Wi-Fi and home cooked food. Shop at the market after!
Hocking Hills Coffee Emporium: Their coffees are fair trade, organic, shade grown and women owned and produced. Purchasing a cup of coffee from the Hocking Hills Coffee Emporium goes far beyond the cup of coffee. It supports sustainable practices and pay equity in growing regions.
Hocking Hills Diner: Fresh food prepared only after you order it at The Hocking Hills Diner! They offer many local favorites and have new specials daily. They provide a true Hocking Hills dining experience with a relaxing family atmosphere.
Hocking Hills Winery: Relax at the winery while enjoying local wine. Small plates offered. Entertainment and food trucks most weekend evenings.
Hungry Buffalo: American eats and craft beer offered in a rustic, laid back seating with an ax-throwing game.
Kindred Spirits: Kindred Spirits at Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls represents the best in casual fine dining that Hocking Hills has to offer. Make sure to make reservation!
La Cascada Mexican Restaurant: Their dishes are well known for their daring hotness, tangy flavor, decoration, and variety of spices.
Millstone BBQ: My husband swears by their turkey (and he isn’t a turkey guy). I devour the pulled pork or try a meat sampler. You will not be disappointed.
Oasis Coffee Shop and More: While browsing the shops at Hocking Hills Market, be sure to grab a cup of delicious coffee or pastry.
Oasis Coffee Shop 2.0: offers the first ever drive through coffee shop in Logan. There is plenty of outdoor seating including a rooftop area.
Olde Dutch Restaurant: Homestyle meals in a family atmosphere and gift shop.
Pearl’s Diner: Good selection of breakfast and lunch items.
Pizza Crossing: Every trip to Hocking Hills our families take we always include a trip here. We order take out and our kids devour the cheesy pizza and I love the gluten free option! You will have to eat in or pick up.
The Feed: Casual to classic cuisine, both pre-ordered carry out and dine in options. Daily specials available.
58 West: Nestled in historic, downtown Logan, 58 is a restaurant, winery, brewery and distillery.
What are your favorite places to eat in Hocking Hills?