Bob Evans

Bob Evans lived on the Bob Evans Farm in southeastern Ohio for nearly 20 years. He and his wife, Jewell, raised their six children in the large brick farmhouse known as the Homestead. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the Homestead was once a stagecoach stop and an inn. Later, the Evans family opened The Sausage Shop in their front yard, which later became the first Bob Evans restaurant, still open today. The spirit of hospitality is deeply embedded in the company's history. Today, the Homestead serves as a company museum and historical center.



They use fresh-cracked eggs, cook every breakfast to order and serve fresh-cut fruit in the restaurants. They slow-roast the famous turkey for six hours, and the pot roast for nine. The Farmhouse Kitchen also dishes up salads made with fresh greens, fruits and veggies.

Catering From the Farm

From breakfast meetings to feeding family gatherings, they've got you covered. Choose breakfast, lunch, dinner or just soups and salads. Don't forget the whole pies for dessert!

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