LaSalle Farm & Table

LaSalle Farm & Table at the Barns at Nappanee is a destination the whole family can enjoy. A place that will keep beckoning you back for years to come. Rich farmland and historical barns, set off by traditional arts and crafts work, create a beautiful setting for our restaurant, where the food we serve is made by hand, from scratch. Quality and attention to detail are always important to us, which is why only the best ingredients, fresh and locally sourced, are used at LaSalle farm & Table. We hope you enjoy your meal and your time with us as much as we enjoy serving you.

The Barns

The Barns at Nappanee, Home of Amish Acres, looks forward to continuing the legacy of Amish Acres and adding new and exciting events and ideas to the farm. We have a rich history that we love to share with our visitors and little something for everyone to enjoy.


Many handmade crafts and locally produced products are featured in Amish Acres’ unique shops. In addition, you will find a bakery full of old fashioned breads and cakes, a meat and cheese shop with souse, headcheese and buffalo meat, and a candy shop as sweet as it gets along with an antique marble soda fountain.


The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres is a professional Repertory musical theatre located in Nappanee, Indiana. It produces six major musicals and one play each season over nine months as well as two Second Stage Productions and several Theater for Young Audience performances.


Sit down under the hand-hewn timbers of the Restaurant Barn and enjoy LaSalle Farm & Table.


Located just down the road, Countryside Inn has 64 hotel rooms with free breakfast, an outdoor pool and group rates! Enjoy historic Amish country while staying in our simple, comfortable and clean hotel. After enjoying breakfast head out for a beautiful day of exploration. Call Countryside Inn in Nappanee to schedule your next stay.



Experience the restoration of the Stahly-Nisley-Kuhns farmstead, the only Amish farm listed in The National Register of Historic Places. Widow Barbara Stahly and her five sons migrated from Germany to the southwest corner of Elkhart County, in 1839, making them, according to University of Chicago historian James Landing, likely the first Amish settlers in Indiana.

By 1873 son Christian had acquired eighty acres of land to build a house and barn for his son Moses. From that beginning rose the main house in 1893. Moses Stahly sold the farm to his wife’s cousin, Noah Nisley, who at his retirement, in turn sold it to his son-in-law Manasses Kuhns. Moses sold the farm because he was moving his family to Kansas.

The farm was purchased from the Kuhns estate for the purpose of preserving the buildings and traditions of the three generations of Amish families who lived on the farm and tilled the soil.

Following a year of meticulous restoration, Amish Acres opened to the public in 1970. Since then, visitors have experienced life as it was then and still is now for most Amish families living in and around Nappanee.

Visit the website at to learn more!

Hours of Operation

Sunday 10AM–2PM
Monday - Wednesday Closed
Thursday - Saturday 11AM–8PM


1600 W. Market St., Nappanee, IN 46550

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