The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

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The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

The homemade bread at the Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana makes the difference. This Reuben sandwich is no longer a simple sandwich. So much flavor!

The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana is one amazing dining option.

This family owned restaurant boasts homemade food and bulk goods in a beautifully restored old building in one small Indiana town.

Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

As you can see, the exterior of the Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana is charming. I can’t wait to see what you think of the inside.

At the Homestead Buttery and Bakery, everything is homemade.

What a menu! How would I ever decide? In the end, I decided to go with a Reuben Sandwich. I couldn’t wait to see how the Homestead (as locals call it) would rank! My husband, Jeremy, ordered the Homestead Stack.

Our sandwiches were so delicious we couldn’t stop making yummy noises (or maybe that was just me). I don’t know what kind of bread it was but it was flavorful and not what you are expecting. You can kind of see from the photo on the left how it has little flecks of herbs in it. What a great complement to the traditional Reuben Sandwich fixings.

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The Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana

The lemon cream pie at the Homestead Buttery and Bakery in Remington, Indiana is a work of art. I have never had a lemon cream pie as good as this one.

My husband had a root beer float. My husband said it hit the spot but we knew we still had to have enough room in our bellies for pie. After all, Little Indiana is always very thorough in her research.

You see, Wednesday is Pie Day at the Homestead Buttery and Bakery. Who can say no to a whole big, beautiful case of fresh-baked pie? I, for one, can’t. But I’m guessing you knew that already.

I love lemon cream pie and the Homestead Buttery and Bakery’s lemon cream pie was the best one I have ever had. The crust was perfection and the filling was the ultimate compliment–a perfect balance of sweet and slightly sour.

It was so good I returned again to pick up a pie for my grandmother’s birthday. I knew she would love it (she’s a fan of lemon like I am). Who needs cake when there’s delicious, delicious lemon cream pie?

My husband ordered the chocolate cream pie and it was good, too. He devoured it pretty quickly while groaning about being full. Oh, the sacrifices we make for Little Indiana.

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What’s fun about this Jasper County restaurant is that they don’t just stop at the whole bakery and cafe part of things. Great though it is–there’s more.

They also sell dry goods, home decor, and have plenty of take-home casseroles, cookies, and more in their freezer case. Anyone can bring home a piece of Remington, Indiana.

The bulk food items are fantastic. You can find just about everything you need. They have samples sitting around here or there so you don’t have to blindly make a purchase. I love that.

You can follow along with the latest specials, see what’s heading out of the kitchen that day, and view any early closings due to weather by following along the Homestead Buttery and Bakery Facebook page.

Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.

The Homestead Buttery and Bakery
36 S Ohio Street
PO Box 221
Remington, Indiana 47977
219.261.2138
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About the Author:

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

7 Comments

  1. Jessica Nunemaker December 22, 2012 at 10:42 am

    I’ll put it on my list! Research! 🙂

  2. Sydney Rust December 20, 2012 at 8:51 pm

    The Homestead is a wonderful place to eat. I am a resident of Remington Indiana. If you are ever there again try a caramel pecan or cinnamon roll. They are my favorite thing on the menu.

  3. Jessica Nunemaker July 8, 2011 at 11:35 am

    Glad you enjoyed it! Always great food–and a great atmosphere. Bulk food is so fun!

  4. Lynne July 8, 2011 at 11:08 am

    My mom is from Remington & while we were looking at my Grandma’s & Aunt’s old homes this week, we stopped to eat lunch here. The food was really good. We bought lots of bulk items & I would have brought more home, if were we had not been flying.

  5. Tiffani February 22, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    I just read this and unfortunately cannot make it there before they close today. It made me want to be spontaneous and go for a drive right now!

  6. Sean Harrington November 28, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    The bread is homemade 100% whole wheat, and the herbs you saw were actually the part of the “spread” they use to cook the sandwiches. I’m a resident of Remington and friends with the Bahlers, and I love the homestead too!

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