Door County: Where to eat | Midwest Living

Door County: Where to eat

Linger at a lakeside restaurant like the Inn at Kristofer's, or grab a sandwich at the Bluefront Cafe.
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Where to eat

Bluefront Cafe An emphasis on healthy, local foods makes this an ideal stop for soups, wraps and sandwiches in Sturgeon Bay. See reviews and ratings. (920) 743-9218;

The Cookery Fresh foods expertly prepared keep this a perennial favorite. The signature whitefish chowder is deliciously creamy. In Fish Creek. See reviews and ratings. (920) 868-3634;

Door County Coffee and Tea In Carlsville, the coffee roaster has an observation window where you can watch the roasting process. See reviews and ratings. (800) 856-6613;

Fred and Fuzzy’s Waterfront Bar and Grill This waterside restaurant is a great place for casual cuisine, like a steak and blue cheese sandwich. In Sister Bay. (920) 854-6699;

Harbor Fish Market and Grille This upscale restaurant welcomes the whole family—even the dog—with lakeside dining and fantastic lobster bisque. See reviews and ratings. (920) 839-9999;

Inn at Kristofer’s Many dishes at this waterfront fine-dining spot in Sister Bay feature local ingredients, such as whitefish and cherries (920) 854-9419;

Mission Grille In an old church in Sister Bay, servers help you pair entrees and small plates with wines. See reviews and ratings. (920) 854-9070;

Sweetie Pies Each dessert is made by hand using the freshest of ingredients. Most popular flavor: cherry. See reviews and ratings. (877) 868-2744;

Top Deck Restaurant and Bar Savor lakeside dining at Gordon Lodge, 7 miles north of Baileys Harbor. One standout: pasta paesano made with chicken, sausage, prosciutto and orecchiette pasta. (920) 839-1061;

Wild Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza and Grille Watch cooks toss the crust for delicious pizzas topped with local ingredients in Fish Creek. See reviews and ratings. (920) 868-3095;

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