Miller’s Bread Basket – Blackville, South Carolina
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Ray and Susie Miller relocated to Blackville from Indiana in 1969 along with several other families within the Mennonite communities of Ohio and Indiana. The group formed Calvary Fellowship Mennonite Church and established a strong Mennonite community within the former railroad town. Ray Miller, who first found work here as a farm hand, opened his restaurant with Susie in 1987 and bakes around 60 loaves of his highly-praised yeast bread each morning.
The Millers serve traditional southern fare seasoned with a Dutch influence, earning their food the description of “Pennsylvania Dutch with a Southern Touch.” They also operate a gift shop along with their restaurant, though their renowned bread is still the main attraction that has drawn both locals and visitors for over 25 years.
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Address: 483 Main Street, Blackville, SC 29817
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