Honey Bee Café

About

Honey Bee Café and Bakery is located at Historic Shanesville Square in Sugarcreek, serving up scrumptious breakfast and hearty lunches Monday through Saturdays. We're known for our award-winning baklava, but don't stop there! You've got to try our delicious specialty drinks and made-from-scratch baked goods!

Hours

Monday: 9AM–3PM

Tuesday: 9AM–3PM

Wednesday: 9AM–3PM

Thursday: 9AM–3PM

Friday: 9AM–3PM

Saturday: 8AM–3PM

Sunday: Closed

Contact

Phone: (330) 852-3663

Address: 993 W Main St Sugarcreek, Oh 44681

Website

Reviews

5 based on 6 reviews

6 Reviews

  1. Melanie Grether-West

    This place….so adorable inside and out. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive. The food was amazing, we had the patty melt and fries. Excellent atmosphere and very clean. We can’t wait to go back!!!!

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  2. Debra Fegley

    We recently checked out your cafe and had a very friendly and helpful waitress.
    Our party of 3 each ordered something different and we each liked our food.
    As my side I chose the homemade applesauce, it was the Best applesauce I have ever had!
    We will definitely be returning guests at the Honey Bee Cafe in Sugarcreek!

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  3. Deb Wentz

    So many gluten free options!!! Had a club for the first time in 9 years, sooo good. Cool history. Nice place to repast before the return to Columbus

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  4. Ginny Poremba

    We ordered a chicken bacon wrap and a cheeseburger with a pretzel bun. For dessert we tried their ice cream sandwiches. Everything was delicious and came in a timely manner. Service was excellent.

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  5. Alister Frost

    Can’t wait for Honey Bee to re-open in April. We ate there several times last year and food was delicious and service excellent. Only wish you were open earlier for a true breakfast option. Thanks.

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  6. Beckie Woods

    Sitting at the light on the way to Ohio’s Amish Country, I glanced over to one of the cutest cafes I’d ever seen. I knew that regardless of what they served, we were going to eat lunch there. What a treat it ended up being. We had the homemade soup, which was delicious, and I enjoyed a salad while my husband had the burger. A wonderfully fresh and a homemade touch to every dish we saw come from the kitchen, including of course, ours. The inside of the cafe is just as adorable as the outside, and being a beekeeper myself, I felt right at home with the story on the menu about her father and childhood. Highly recommend this quaint and thoughtfully decorated cafe. We had a nice chat with the owner who elaborated on the story behind the cafe’s theme, and then we bought mugs to remember our experience. I only wish I could have bought one of the cute t-shirts! 🙂 I look forward to a visit the next time we are passing through Sugar Creek.

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