Malabar Farm Restaurant
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About Malabar Farm Restaurant
Malabar Farm Inn is a historic stagecoach inn built in 1820. The two-story brick building was restored as a restaurant, offering home-cooked dining. Just to the east of the restaurant lies Malabar Spring.
About Malabar Farm State Park
Malabar Farm was the Ohio home of Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and conservationist, Louis Bromfield. Malabar Farm State Park offers a variety of activities, including tours of the big house, hiking, hayrides, and a program of special events in the rich, green surroundings so beloved by Bromfield. Amenities include a youth hostel, primitive campground, horse camp, an on-site, award-winning restaurant, and picnic grounds. The park, however, aspires to a larger educational function as well. It already maintains a working farm (on a smaller scale than of old, lacking Bromfield’s lavish staff), exhibits on grass farming, interpretive programs, and a twenty-five-hundred-volume library on sustainable agriculture.
From Malabar Farm State Park webpage
Restrooms at the Malabar Farm Visitor Center.