October 19th, 2009
33 Shake Shoppe Menu
Grilled Cheese $2.00
Hot Dog $2.00
Chicken Salad Sandwich $3.00
*burgers are available as deluxe for $.50 more
Italian Sub $5.00
Hot Drinks: Coffee, Cappuccino, and Hot Chocolate $1.00
Cold Drinks: Pop and Slushies, $1.25
Fries: Small $1.75 Large/Basket $5.00
Chicken Finger Basket
3 pc. chicken with fries, $5.00
Fish Sandwich $4.00
Fish & Chips $5.50
May 4th, 2009
By Chelsea Mohler
Owner, Hocking Hills Antique Barn & Clear Creek Mercantile
In the last few days, I've been on a picture-taking frenzy of the Hocking Hills Market. In the coming weeks I would like to post some of my photos of the market, with a description of each store and photos of what each shop has to offer. This post though, is just to feature some of the highlights of Hocking Hills Market.
Featured here is the cabin, which serves as the clubhouse for Hocking Hills Mini Golf.
Although I am not a motorcycle girl by any stretch of the imagination (I'm afraid of riding a bicycle, folks!), I definitely think that Michelle's motorcycle shop is a neat and worthwhile stop for anyone who is in the area browsing. Plus, she's absolutely a joy to talk to!
If you're looking for antiques, the Hocking Hills Market is the place to shop! At least three antique stores operate on a regular basis, with many more weekend flea market vendors also selling antiques.
Crafts and artists' work is also for sale at Appalachian Art & Craft Market. Believe me, it is so fun to walk through the many aisles of this HUGE establishment.
At Hocking Hills Roasters and Fudge factory, not only can you buy delicious coffees, roasted nuts, tea, and fudge, but you can also purchase artwork metal yard art extraordinaire Dave Anders. Not only is this stuff fabulous and creative, but it's extremely reasonable in pricing.
During the flea market, you can visit TLC Avon Shop, located in the building between Paula's Antiques and Rockbridge Outfitters.
Hocking Hills Antique Barn features the wares of over 40 vendors and is located in the Historic Ohio Bicentennial Barn for Hocking County. The barn is roughly 100 years old and is the oldest building on the Hocking Hills Market property!
Great Expectations: Coffee Corners Cafe is among my favorite places to visit here at the Market. Sue makes the most delicious and humongous muffins and I am a complete sucker for her hot chai lattes. Definitely a must-visit!
There are over 15 shops at the Market, most of which I haven't even begun to talk about yet. I will post more in the coming weeks of each individual shop, and I will try to feature their contact information and hours whenever possible!
April 11th, 2009
Posted by: Chelsea Mohler
Owner, Clear Creek Mercantile
Please go here
to see photos and the story about the first Clear Creek Mercantile Craft Workshop, which was held April 9th, 2009. Check back here for updates on future crafting events at Clear Creek Mercantile!
March 2nd, 2009
By: Chelsea Mohler, Owner Clear Creek Mercantile
I just wanted to make a quick post to introduce some of our latest items at Clear Creek Mercantile here at the Hocking Hills Market.
We currently offer Victorian Heart quilts and bedding, Park Designs, Carolina Country Ruffled Curtains, Heritage Lace products, candles, pip berry vines, primitives, Mrs. Millers Amish foods, greeting cards, craft items, Christmas ornaments, and more!
We can be reached at :
Clear Creek Mercantile
26764 US Highway 33
Rockbridge, Ohio 43149
(out of state please dial owner's cell phone number : 740-603-0151)
Hours: Monday thru Friday 11-4, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 11-4
Closed Wednesdays January thru March