Midwest Living Review
Open since the 1920s, the Kidron Town & Country store combines a little bit of everything and then some. The main floor features a grocery store, bulk-food store, butcher shop, delicatessen, pharmacy and dry goods store. Downstairs, you'll find a clothing store and our favorite -- a restaurant. If you want to eat where the Amish eat, be sure to check out this hidden gem. Thursday is the best day to go because you can get roast beef, baked chicken, ham or baked steak with two sides for just $6.95. And the food is really good to boot! As for shopping, picture simple living. From the outside, the building resembles a big barn. Inside, the store is very basic -- wood shelves, linoleum floors, old-school countertops. Products cater primarily to the Amish lifestyle and include such items as mason jars, quilt fabrics, and Amish ready-to-wear clothing like suspenders, straw and felt hats, and bonnets..