Welcome to the Busy Bee Restaurant in Marietta, Ohio.
- Open: Monday – Saturday from 6:30am – 2pm, and Sunday from 8am – 2pm
- Location: (Map It) 226 Gilman Ave in Marietta, Ohio
- Phone: 740-373-3755
- Web: click here
The Busy Bee Restaurant is in the historic Harmar Village in Marietta. This diner has been a family-owned local favorite since 1944. The Marietta staple features a small scratch kitchen sourcing fresh ingredients from local farms for about 80 years. It serves delicious breakfast and lunch dishes. If you want a drink with a kick, look over the Boozy Bee Menu, too. Jarred fresh honey and jams are also sold here.
Welcome to JimBo’s Bar & Diner in Bloomingville.
- Open: 11am to 9pm; mid April through mid December
- Location: (Map It) 23356 State Route 56 in South Bloomingville, Ohio
- Phone: 740-332-6550
JimBo’s Bar & Diner in Bloomingville is Hocking Hills’ “Cheeseburger in Paradise”. JimBo’s is a must stop when cruising through the Hocking Hills on your Harley. Famous for their HUGE burgers, this is the perfect spot to refuel between hikes at Old Man’s Cave, Ash Cave and Cedar Falls. Hike the Grandma Gatewood Trail between Old Man’s Cave and Ash Cave (6 miles) and then enjoy a guilt-free JimBo burger – let’s face it, you’ve earned those calories. JimBo’s is located on State Route 56 between State Route 374 and State Route 664. All Bikers are welcome! Sunday of Labor Day weekend is the annual Hog Roast and Motorcycle Rodeo, camping is available. JimBo’s is open second week of April through second week of December.
Welcome to Olde Dutch Restaurant in Logan, Ohio.
- Open: 11am to 8pm Monday through Saturday and 11am to 7pm Sunday
- Location: (Map It) 12791 State Route 664 in Logan, Ohio
- Phone: 740-385-1000
- Web: Click here
The Olde Dutch Restaurant and Banquet Haus sits at the edge of a stand of stately oaks that Logan natives have called Rempel’s Grove for over 100 years. In the 1840’s, the site was used as a community picnic ground. It was easily accessible from downtown Logan by canal boat for a 15 cent fare. After the Civil War, local war hero and capitalist Col. Ferdinand Rempel, the City of Logan, and the Hocking Valley Railroad, hosted a reunion for over 1,000 Union veterans at this location, with then Governor (and later President) William McKinley in attendance. Today the Olde Dutch Restaurant and Banquet Haus continues the tradition of a great place for family dining, featuring full menu, delectable buffet and decadent desserts. The Olde Dutch is the perfect spot to refuel after a canoe trip down the Hocking, a round of Adventure Golf or antique and craft shopping – all at Remple’s Grove.