Looking for open in winter restaurants in Door County, Wisconsin? Look no further – here are the winter hours of business for restaurants on the Door Peninsula offering a variety of cuisines to keep you well-fed and happy through the cold season!
Donny’s Glidden Lodge Restaurant just north of Sturgeon Bay and south of Jacksonport – open for dinner Monday through Saturday, year-round from 4-9pm. December Special! Monday thru Thursday: $16.95 New York Strip Steak, includes Soup N Salad Bar! 920-746-9460
United Way of Door County is pleased to announce that they are the featured charity for the Beer Pairing Dinner to be held at Mojo Rosa’s in Egg Harbor on Friday, June 14th. They are open for dinner from 5pm – 9pm. Guests can stop in anytime that evening to participate in the dinner.
Mojo Rosa’s has partnered with Hinterland Brewery in Green Bay to create a menu that compliments their craft beers. For $25 guests enjoy two small plates of entrees and one dessert, paired with complimentary beers. A representative from Hinterland will be on hand to talk about each beer and their brewery. Proceeds from the evening will be donated to United Way of Door County, $5 from each guest.
Guests get to pick two of the following for their small plate entrees:
- Saison – Beautiful lemon citrus up front, ginger in the middle and finished with black pepper paired with Mojo’s Tostadas Pescardos with guacamole.
- Amber Ale – Clean roast slightly caramel flavors paired with Mojo’s beer cheese nachos with steak, tomatoes, black olives, and jalapenos.
- IPA – Citrus and floral aromas hop aromas fills the nose with a big hop bite perfect for cleansing the pallet paired with Mojo’s Jalapenos Picaduras with cheese and bacon.
- White Cap IPA – True session IPA meaning low ABV Belgium wheat body, strong ruby red grapefruit flavor from the intense Simcoe hops paired with Mojo’s Tequila Pork Chop.
And then for dessert guests will enjoy Luna Coffee Stout – Opaque, black coffee-like character; very creamy extremely clean and refreshing. This is a must with Mojo’s poached pears over vanilla ice cream.
Please sign up to attend this incredible event by calling the United Way office at (920) 746-9645 or emailing email@example.com by June 6th.
United Way of Door County’s mission is to empower people to build better lives. They focus their efforts in the areas in the Basic Needs, Community Wellness, Health Care, and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment. To learn more about United Way of Door County check out their website at www.unitedwaydc.com.
The English Inn just north of Fish Creek offers something for everyone. Brunch will be served from 10am-3pm and the dinner menu will be available starting at 4pm.
The Brunch includes Eggs Benedict, baked French toast, scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, hash brown casserole, blackened whitefish, kielbasa and sauerkraut, veggies, mashed potatoes and gravy, au gratin potatoes, Swedish meatballs, turkey, ham, and fresh fruit. Stop off at the Salad Bar for deviled eggs, pasta salad, jello salad, cinnamon rolls, and assorted breads. Be careful not to fill up on the main courses because the dessert table is loaded with items such as homemade crème puffs, chocolate mousse, and the chocolate fountain!
To make reservations or for more info, please call 920.868.3076 or text 920.559.6837. Check out all that English Inn has to offer by checking out their website.
Opening nightly on May 2nd, Chop Steakhouse is back for another great season in the Country Walk Shops in Sister Bay. They’ll be serving up a three course brunch on Mother’s Day from 10am to 2:30pm and the regular menu starting at 5pm.
Give mom the gift of a mess free kitchen and avoid the inevitable cooking disaster and go out for brunch on Mother’s Day. A three course meal is sure to please everyone in the family so make your reservations at Chop right now!
The first course gives you the option of a fruit cup, cream of asparagus soup, a Chop salad, or a classic Caesar salad. The second course is one of many choices so choose wisely. Choose between Chop’s Filet Benedict, German apple pancake with sausage, baked croissant French toast with bacon, sausage and cheese strata with country gravy, grilled 8oz. NY Strip with butter topping, mushroom ravioli with snow crab in a garlic cream sauce, or a Chop Steak Salad (or Sockeye Salmon). For dessert, pick between salted caramel and chocolate sundae, homemade carrot cake or raspberry sorbet.
You thought they were done tempting you, didn’t you? You were wrong! Not only do you get this amazing meal for only $16.95 per person/$8.95 for children, but Mom will also receive a $20 gift card for a future visit to chop between now and June 30th. What are you waiting for? Make your reservation today by calling 920.854.2700. Tell them Door County Chefs sent you!
The Northern Door Children’s Center is still looking for a few more teams to participate in their Rollin’ Bowlin’ Good Time Fundraising Event for April 27th at the Sister Bay Bowl starting at 10am.
Teams of four will bowl for around ninety minutes. Participants are asked to collect $50 in pledges that will go towards operating costs at the Center. There are prizes for best score, worst score, most pledges collected, etc. Lane sponsors are also welcome at $100 a lane. For more information call the Center at 920.854.4244!
Do you value your nutritional health and well being and prioritize eating local grown food?
Learn tips and tricks that will make this priority a reality for you and your family at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA on Wednesday, April 3 at 9:50am. As part of the Door County YMCA Wisdom Wednesday program, Meg Goettelman (Steep Creek Farm), Jonathon Orrick (Narrow Gate Farm), and Cassie Hitzman (Authentic Feather Farm) will give a FREE hour-long presentation: “Eat Organically, Buy Locally” at the Y (1900 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay) from 9:50-10:50.
- Local foods: The Why and How
- Local Foods supports health in our bodies, families and communities
- Where are local foods available in our community and how and why to use them.
This opportunity is open to everyone in the community FREE of charge. Walk-is welcome, or preregister by calling the Y at 920-743-4949. Light snacks and coffee will be served. For more information, please contact Madelyn DePrey at the Strugeon Bay Y: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have no fear; we have not lost our beloved cookie and coffee shop that has become a landmark of the Sister Bay Hill. They’ve just moved downhill a little bit. Opening at the shop’s new location, Rachel Lohman and her husband Scooter couldn’t be happier.
The new home for Drink Coffee is the former Moretti’s building. The couple officially bought the building on February 22 of this year. Since then, they have spent nearly every day completely redoing both the interior and exterior of the building.
The new store will feature a full kitchen and bakery, outdoor seating and carry out options. Rachel’s creativity gets to flourish here in this larger home. She will be expanding the menu to feature salads, soups, Premium Sandwiches, and more.
The Bakery will be serving up croissants, cookies, and of course the delectable Cherry Queen Cookies that have become her best seller.
It’s the shop’s fifteenth year in operation and Rachel has owned it for the past eight years. They are planning to be open before Memorial Day weekend but Scooter, chiming in from the rooftop busy removing shingles, thinks it’ll be sooner.
Saturday, March 23rd the sounds of the Songsmith Renegades will fill Third Avenue Playhouse to raise funds for the United Way of Door County.
Daniel Anderson and Travis Cooper join together as the Songsmith Renegades to bring you a unique mixture of Americana Rock and Country, with a hint of blues and jazz. Anderson and Cooper are schooled in the great tradition of songwriting. Drawing from their influences and experiences, they meticulously craft their music, accepting nothing less than perfection from themselves. As kindred spirits, they have joined together to travel and play their songs to audiences, such as you.
“We are pleased to be working with Third Avenue Playhouse to bring Songsmith Renegades to Sturgeon Bay,” commented Amy Kohnle, United Way Executive Director. “We thank Inge Alverson Bacon, CPA and Door County Eye Associates for sponsoring this concert. Dan and Travis are extremely talented; we are thrilled that we were able to get a date on this spring’s Wisconsin Tour.”
For a sneak peek of what the Songsmith Renegades will be bringing to Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, March 23rd check out their website. www.songsmithrenegades.com. The concert begins at 7:30pm.
Tickets are available at the Third Avenue Playhouse Box Office, by calling 920-743-1760, or on their website www.thirdavenueplayhouse.com.
United Way of Door County is pleased to announce that the Inn at Cedar Crossing located on Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay will once again be holding United Way Wednesdays in March.
United Way of Door County’s mission is to empower people to build better lives. They focus their efforts in the areas in the Basic Needs, Community Wellness, Health Care, and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA).