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Pennsylvania Dutch Market, Hagerstown
(4.4/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This market has a wonderful Pennsylvania Dutch atmosphere. Loads of fresh produce, cheeses, meats, fresh baked goods and home decor. The barbecue is delicious and plan to order extra to go. Seating is...  more »
  • We enjoy going here for lunch or to shop for some fresh produce. I am often tempted by the sweets I must admit, the delicious hand dipped chocolate covered strawberries are irresistible. My young daug...  more »
  • Would give the market 5 stars, but their prices tend to be higher than other local retailers on many of their produce and hand made items. Overall, the quality and selection is very good. 
Google
  • Definitely need time to look around and see what all they have. Very clean place, nice people, and good food.
  • It always has awesome food and the people who work in each section are the friendliest.
  • Very quaint, employees dressed in typical Amish garb. You will find many familiar, and some unfamiliar, items, mostly food. They are only open 3 days a week so they tend to get a bit busy. Fair prices.
  • Great place for Lunch. Lots of different options.
  • Pushy customers? Parking lot not the best? Customer service average? Pricey? Are you sure you are going to the same place I do? I don't tend to mind other customers. No matter where you go you tend to run into pushy customers. The parking lot is by far larger than any grocery stores I know of. Maybe you simply need to park out and walk a bit more... is that going to kill ya? Customer service average is just BS. The meat department they always have a smile on their face and seem chipper. Besides, if you have to deal with "pushy customers" or "uppity reviewers that want a perfect experience" could you be at your best every single second? As for pricey... this I find funny. I bought a sealing machine and bags to seal the meats I get. I buy in bulk and maybe spend $200 in meats alone. This lasts almost a month. Try buying the quality of meats in a random grocery store with the way they package food and see how long your meats last before spoiling. Plus there is a different taste in the meats at J&D vs grocery stores. I think it is the fact it is fresh and doesn't have chemicals to keep it ready. Do you buy prepackaged tv dinners? If you do you aren't saving in the long run. You have to prepare your food if you buy from here but you will soon discover the same size and portions you make for dinners will be cheaper. Most focus on the price and gasp. No one takes the time to analyze what they spent vs what they have to show for it. We live in a world of convenience where we feel we are on the go and have no time to do things our selves. We bitch at things we have no control over. I recommend visiting here and experience what they have to offer for yourself and do not compare it to a grocery store. :)