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I Won! Where Can I Use My Door County Chefs Gift Certificate?

POSTED ON September 1st  - POSTED IN breakfast, carry out, Coffee & Tea, coffee shop, Dining, dinner, fine dining, fish boil

Congratulations Door County Chefs Gift Certificate Winners!

Door County Chefs Gift Certificate Promotion Sponsored by Door County Lodging!

lodging logoWe invite you to experience a variety of dining options on the Door Peninsula for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and drinks! From upscale dining to delicious pub fare and everything in between, Door County restaurants are pleased to serve up a tantalizing array of classic and unique dishes often utilizing locally grown or foraged produce, and locally sourced meats and dairy products.

Cupcake Heaven Benefits United Way in August plus Live Music Moves to Sundays!

POSTED ON August 4th  - POSTED IN coffee shop, Dining, Discounts & Specials, Entertainment, Restaurant Guide

black and white cupcakesSister Bay, WI (Aug. 1, 2014) During the month of August, Cupcake Heaven in Sister Bay is partnering with United Way of Door County. For every Black and White Cupcake sold during the month of August, they will donate 50 cents to United Way. The funds donated will go towards meeting United Way’s Annual Campaign goal for 2014.

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, and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA). If you would like to learn more about United Way of Door County, check out their website at www.unitedwaydc.com. United Way can be reached at (920) 746-9645 or info@unitedwaydc.com.

Live Music at Cupcake Heaven in Sister Bay with Marybeth Mattson

Marybeth Mattson

Marybeth Mattson

SISTER BAY, WI (June 2014) – Cupcake Heaven in Sister Bay invites you to stop in and enjoy live music each week this summer with local singer/songwriter Marybeth Mattson, performing in the shop from 2-4pm every Sunday in August.

Mattson began her performance and songwriting career after the 2008 season of America’s Got Talent, in which Door County piano man Eli Mattson took second place. As any good big brother, Eli encouraged Marybeth to follow her dreams and, along with fellow performer Seth Raddatz, offered constructive criticism which ultimately helped shape her musical and lyrical choices, and gave her the courage and drive to record her first album Relative Hunger, released in 2012.

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