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Immergut Soft Pretzels, Intercourse

(4.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • You can watch local Amish make pretzels, and get them served hot. The have several different flavors and dipping sauce. Our favorite was cinnamon sugar. The women were all very pleasant  more »
  • This is an Amish owned and run business that makes some pretty good handmade pretzels. We were lucky enough to get there when they first opened and the pretzels we purchased we warm, soft & chewy and ...  more »
  • Immergut is an Amish owned pretzel place in the heart of downtown Intercourse. Just a short walk from Kitchen Kettle Village, this small shop offers a wide variety of soft pretzels, pretzel sandwiches...  more »
  • Yummy...fresh... great. Can I say it any better?!
  • We loved the pretzels and you can get many different flavors. When you walk in your stand in line and will place an order. They are making pretzels all the time. Once yours is done they will call your name.
  • One of the best soft pretzels I've ever had. Much better than what you get at the mall.
  • Only takes cash! Anytime we are near here we have to stop for pretzels. They are simply the best pretzels in the world.
  • True to its name, Immergut is "always good." Any time we're in the area, my wife and I park in the Kitchen Kettle Village parking lot and walk right around the corner to this soft pretzel haven. For those who want a purer pretzel flavor, there's the regular and whole wheat as well as the subtle garlic flavor. The cinnamon-sugar and sour-cream-and-onion flavors may overpower the taste of the pretzel itself, but they're still the best flavored pretzels I've had. One time, we got there 5 minutes before closing, worried about getting cold leftover pretzels, but, to our pleasant surprise, they were as warm and delicious as any other time we'd had them. Always good, indeed.