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Central Ohio farmers open rustic new restaurant featuring sandwiches, burgers and more

Central Ohio farmers open rustic new restaurant featuring sandwiches, burgers and more

Jack McLaughlin

It only makes sense that when a pair of farmers open a new restaurant, they call it The Farmhouse Cafe.

Josh and Maria Quilliam, who own a small family farm in Baltimore, Ohio, recently opened a brand-new eatery in the town they call home. And it’s called–you guessed it–The Farmhouse Cafe.

The eatery, which is located at 201 W. Market St. in Baltimore, held its grand opening on Oct. 19.

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“We are a small family owned business that has a keen eye for home cooked food. We also own a family farm that has been in Baltimore for many generations which is what inspired us for our name The Farmhouse Cafe,” Maria Quilliam said in a statement on the eatery’s website. “Josh and I are both graduates of Liberty Union and we are continuing to raise our family in Baltimore on our farm. When you come into the cafe we want you to feel like you have stepped into a farm house, and know that you will always be treated like family.”

The Farmhouse Cafe is serving up a variety of rustic favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Diners can grab everything from biscuits and gravy to club sandwiches and burgers.

Want to read more? Check out our print publication, (614) Magazine. Learn where you can find a free copy of our new October issue here!

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