Any day trip to Homestead or drive down to the Keys should involve a stop at Knaus Berry Farm. The classic bakery and farm is open only from November through April, and during those months the line here can easily pass two hours. What those people are waiting for are cinnamon rolls - and yes, they are worth the wait. There are other things you should buy here, like dinner rolls and pie. Just remember to grab a milkshake while you wait in line and don’t leave without at least a dozen cinnamon rolls.
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