Malabar Farm Restaurant

About this Location

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.

Restrooms on site.

Content from Malabar Farm State Park webpage