A must visit if you are in Doylestown, PA. This orchard/farm/coffee shop/bakery/deli is the bee’s knees! I always go for the carrot cake loaf and the banana bread and fruit danish. All are moist and delicious. You can tell it’s homemade. Pick something yummy up and then go sit the outside seating and enjoy! I purchased a carrot cake cupcake, banana bread loaf, 2 linzer cookies, 2 danishes for $13.
Country store at its finest! Whether you want fresh bread, pastries, pies, sandwiches, jam or fresh ground nut butters. Tabora farms has it all. Off the beaten path (it’s a farm) but worth it. My kids love the Nutella Danish. Husband digs into the cherry turnovers, and salted carmel mocha cafe for me! If grammy can’t bake you a pie, stop into Tabora’s for the second best!!!
The owners are super sweet friendly people that not only serve their customers but the community too! They host activities for the local elementary school in the area and are active volunteers. Their produce is great and the pick your own is really fun for families. It’s a birthday tradition for my kids. The one thing I know people rave about is their pies too. People will drive long distances for a yummy Tabora Apple Pie!! However, I’m a vegetarian and they use lard in the crusts so unfortunately I must pass. Finally, there is a fresh food take out where you can get salads and things, and from this I was never disappointed.
Josanna at Tabora made my wedding cake and it was absolutely amazing! Thank you! It was above and beyond my expectations. Everyone loved it.
Tabora Farm & Orchard is absolutely amazing. Tabora has fresh pastries that all look amazing. They also have a selection of wines that are absolutely amazing. The overall theme for Tabora is “amazing.” I know, cheesy, but there are not enough words to describe how great this place is. What you get is a little farm off a small road in a small town in PA. Being from New York City, Tabora was a breath of fresh air away from the “wineries” that exist in the city. Tabora offered a one stop place for wine and dessert to bring home. They also had a nice rustic outdoor area where you can have a seat, eat, and enjoy the fresh air. My favorite item from Tabora was the Montmorency Cherry wine. If you are visiting Tabora and are of age, you must try it. What you get is a wine that tastes like chocolate covered strawberries, when consumed with chocolate. It’s a pleasant surprise. It is the perfect wine to pair with dark chocolate. Either way, if you’re in the area, I highly suggest visiting Tabora!