Guten essen-good eatin'! There's nowhere else on earth you can find as many Pennsylvania Dutch delicacies than the Kutztown Folk Festival!
Scrumptious & Plentiful
Eat till you ouch! It's Pennsylvania Dutch tradition that meals should be scrumptious and plentiful, and this is fully understood at the festival. Tasty selections abound, with items ranging from snacks to lunches to family-style dinners.
- Two restaurants serving full-course Pennsylvania Dutch meals
- Variety of homemade soups and sandwiches
- Festival favorites including sausage, pot pie, corn fritters, funnel cake, shoo-fly pie, and apple dumplings
Dietrich's Meats & Treats
An old-fashioned farmers market is part of the landscape in Pennsylvania Dutch country. And, the best of these markets are those that have been family-owned and operated for generations. They know everything about good food!
Another long-held tradition is the festival's 19th-century bread oven, one of the oldest in Pennsylvania, where bread is baked daily. The aroma of bread draws visitors to the bake oven where they can observe this tantalizing baking process, then buy bread to bring home to their families.