Door County Restaurants - Waterfront Dining
Last Updated: 7/17/2014
With 300 miles of scenic shoreline, Door County offers endless opportunity to soak up summer fun near the water. And with dining options dotting the coastline, the fun doesn’t stop when it’s time to eat. Enjoy the view, and delicious food, at one of these waterfront restaurants. They each offer a signature dining experience, such as the classic Door County fish boil. It’s beautiful waterfront dining for every palate.
Catch the afternoon rays of a sun-filled summer day or take a front-row seat for an unbeatable sunset. Enjoy live music, their famous perch and haddock fish fry, and an award-winning beach bar. For a true taste of Door County, try their signature cocktail, a Door County Cherry Juice Margarita!
What once was Ephraim’s post office in the early 1900s is now your destination for a great meal with a waterfront view. You haven’t dined in Door County until you have experienced the roaring fire of a traditional fish boil. Fresh whitefish, red potatoes, and onions are prepared in a large kettle of salted water atop a blazing bonfire. Be sure to save room for an authentic slice of Door County cherry pie!
The views at Shoreline Restaurant, overlooking the western waters of Green Bay, are what you might call “picture-perfect.” Their menu consists of a variety of traditional local fare, each with its own unique homemade recipe. Enjoy an upscale night out with a welcoming ambiance at an even more welcoming value.
Sweet, sweet Summertime! Located in an historic building that had been Door County’s oldest gift and resort shop, The Summertime is now your elegant dining destination offering water views, fine wine and scrumptious upscale cuisine. Enjoy your meal on their outdoor patio or enjoy a slice of Door County’s past in their historic dining room.
By land or by sea, arrive at Waterfront Mary’s for great food and an even better atmosphere. This lakeside bar and grill offers inside or outdoor seating overlooking the waterfront of Sturgeon Bay. Enjoy live music several days a week, fish fries, and even a traditional Door County fish boil.This entry was posted in Restaurants