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Phantom Farms, Cumberland

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  • I really enjoy this old style country store-type place to grab a delicious coffee and a huge muffin! They have some spectacular pies as well.  more »
  • The farm was the perfect place to enjoy a coffee. The store had plenty of items to look through beyond your usual farm stand items. The pastries and sandwiches all looked amazing and the coffee was de...  more »
  • The best muffins anywhere. Its nice to sit on the porch rocker and watch the world go by on sunny morning.  more »
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  • My husband and I made a quick stop and was pleasantly surprised! Cute inside with so many cute things to look at! We got 2 pastries and left. When we got home and ate them they were so fresh and so good! We will DEFINITELY go outta our way to come back again!
  • Delicious bakery with small indoor seating area. Also sells a variety of fresh plants, fruits, etc.
  • Yum, and yummy, yum, yum, YUM! My oh my, have they got pies. Strawberry Rhubarb, Blueberry, Apple pie (and others), as well as tasty pastries, and artisan cheeses, such as Drunken Goat (made with stout and goat milk). The prices aren't cheap, but like most things, you get what you pay for. It looks like a rustic cabin-type old country store on the outside, and on the inside it's got a rustic charm, with some small tables at which to sit and have a cup of coffee, and enjoy a lovely pastry with a friend. There's seating outside on the front/side porch, and a little greenhouse-type room with more seats. They have flowers and vegetables to sell, and an apple (plus other?) orchard in the back. And they serve hot apple crunchy stuff (that I can't think of the right name at the moment, but it's sort of like cobbler) with ice cream in the Fall. Man, it'll make you weep it's good. Friendly staff. Oh, the front door pushes in, rather than pulls outward (as most business doors typically do) and you'll need to close it with the iron lift latch after you enter, or leave. Plenty of parking. A little gem in Cumberland.
  • I find their staff exceedingly rude, calloused, and self-important. I haven't patronized this establishment since one of their fully able-bodied staff parked his company pick-up truck in a Handicapped-patron reserved spot at a town mall. (No placard in truck.) I mentioned it to the driver & he told me to buzz off. This establishment has never earned another penny of mine. I'd already felt they were rude, but the abuse of a company vehicle and reserved spot just proved my suspicions.
  • Love this place. Great coffee both hot and cold. The best muffins in town. Apples, pumpkins, Christmas trees, plants, pies, assorted baked goods, decorations, a little bit of everything.