Door County is famous for its many shipwrecks. Did you know that the name Door County has its roots in the French name 'Porte des Morts', and can be traced back to a battle between the Potawatomi and Winnebago Indian tribes? According to legend, the battle took place at Door Bluff County Park, which is just north of our marina or a scenic bicycle ride from the resort via Garrett Bay Road.
Door County Dining
Eating is a Favorite Door County Activity
Dine out at home on your deck—each unit has a Weber grill just waiting to be fired up. Or, roast hot dogs and marshmallows over the outdoor fireplace near the sand beach.
Dining out at one of Door County's great eating establishments is an experience you won't want to miss. From fine dining to fish boils, you're sure to find a place that pleases your palate.
Fine dining with our neighbors
|In 1912, Door County merchant pioneer, Al Mickelson, built a special place for Sister Bay residents and visitors to purchase food and enjoy ice cream treats. The store became known as a source of local information in addition to excellent food and service. Today, the tradition lives on in the Door County Ice Cream Factory and Sandwich Shoppe|
|JJ's and La Puerta is located next to the WaterFront restaurant in North Sister Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. JJ's famous upbeat casual atmosphere, Mexican/American food, and renowned Margaritas have made it a favorite Door County landmark.|
The Inn at Kristofer's, located in Door County, Wisconsin, offers classic waterfront fine dining at its best. Situated at the north end of the picturesque village of Sister Bay adjacent to the scenic Sister Bay Marina, the restaurant offers large floor-to-ceiling windows. Patrons can take full advantage of the spectaular Door County sunsets over the waters of Green Bay and the bluffs of Sister Bay as they enjoy the restaurant's exceptional fine dining cuisine.
|Mink River Basin is the perfect place to relax in one of our comfortable booths or cheer for your favorite sports team in the bar. Come enjoy the largest selection of tap beers and microbrews in northern Door County.|
|Start at the top of Door County in Gills Rock. Come to The Shoreline Restaurant, where every meal is served with a view overlooking the western waters of Green Bay.|
The Viking Grill in Ellision Bay features affordable family favorites and our world-famous Viking Fish Boil! Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. Our buttermilk pancakes are light and fluffy, but our biggest secret is our outstanding Swedish pancakes (served all day). Try them- you won't be sorry! Another early morning favorite is our award winning homemade Corned Beef Hash. A great way to start a busy day on the Door peninsula.
|Waterfront is located only feet from the beautiful Green Bay Shoreline in North Sister Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. Waterfront is legendary for its cuisine and also for its brilliant sunsets Waterfront's relaxing atmosphere and decor paired with its delicious Land and Sea cuisine make it one of Door County's premier dining and cocktail locations.|
|Paying tribute to the property's original owners and namesake, this historical landmark is reborn as The Wickman House in 2012. The renovation and design of the property is dedicated to restoring its history with an eclectic blend of original decor from the early 1920's.|
|Brew Coffeehouse is a spacious yet cozy coffeehouse that offers a great place for people to come together. It is deceivingly large; comfortably seating 40-50 people. Our shop consists of a main room with traditional cafe tables, three smaller rooms with leather couches and chairs, and one room with a larger conference style table for groups or meetings.|
|The Sister Bay Bowl is an authentic, family-owned supper club - just like the ones that were so popular in the 1950s and 60s. In 1950 the Willems family started welcoming visitors to the Sister Bay Hotel. In 1958, Earl and Rita tore down the dance hall (a Saturday night hot spot for locals) and built a six-lane bowling alley. Six years later, they opened the supper club.|
At Island Orchard Cider we craft our Wisconsin Hard Apple Ciders in the Normandy tradition. Think: sparkling, dry apple champagne. Our Orchard on Washington Island provides the perfect rocky limestone soil and climate for our French and American cider apples.
Visit our Cider House and Tasting Room, located in Ellison Bay, Wisconsin.