It’s official. Five years in a row Johnny Apples was the top choice of local connoisseurs and gourmet’s for their fine kitchen, top quality cuisine, broad range of up to the minute cocktails, fine wines, liquors, and some of the best tapped and bottles beers with a bonus. Their wings are the talk of Holland and on Monday nights they are free during happy hour. C’mon down!
The best part of Johnny Apples is it’s status as an anchor of Historic Holland. Together with the Mill Race Inn, Johnny Apples is even higher in Historic Status because the building has been tastefully renovated and has been in constant use, unlike the Spread Eagle Inn and the Mill Race Inn, which have been taken over by the government. Johnny Apples is a private business and Holland is better for it.
Unfortunately, the Mill Race fell on hard times and closed a decade ago but having Johnny Apples in Holland makes Northampton Township a better place to live, work and dine. Stop by. You’ll love it!