If you like to keep tabs on what’s new and happening in the foodie arena of the county, here’s your 2019 updates! As things change and open, we’ll keep the list fresh.
Opened officially on June 18, this taco truck is operating out of the Holiday Music Hotel parking lot in Sturgeon Bay offering, you guessed it, lots of tasty tacos!
German food is the forte here at this historic hillside location in Ellison Bay. Get the liter stein and sample some German tap beer while you wait for your schnitzel and spaetzle.
Combining powers of beer and pizza, this dynamic duo of food and drink has graced Egg Harbor with a new brewery, stone-fired pizza kitchen and large bier garden.
Don’t forget to treat yourself – and if you do forget, Sweetness of Door County is open late to serve desserts, cocktails and wine to those seeking to satisfy a sweet tooth of after-dinner drink.
Newly opened in an old Sturgeon Bay bank building, HEIST is a pop-up dinner space that brings creative food and hand-crafted drinks to the table for your viewing and tasting pleasure.
Burritos may be the ultimate on-the-go meal with their perfectly wrapped tortillas – and that’s why you can find them this summer at farmers’ markets and at McEvoy’s Culinaria deli on weekday mornings and Sunday afternoons.
A passion project turned pro, this small-batch winery is producing a variety of different wines and port to share with tasting rooms guests, by appointment, in Sturgeon Bay.
The Maplewood restaurant has gone upscale with a steakhouse and pub-style restaurant that matches historic with mid-modern century design.
The talented chefs and staff at Chives in Baileys Harbor have gone mobile again with a newly parked food cart that will be serving small bites and fare at Hatch Distillery in Egg Harbor.
This budding cafe is attached to McEvoy’s Culinaria in Sister Bay, letting you grab food on the go alongside your cup ‘o joe. Coffee and espresso options use Boom Coffee out of Milwaukee, a fair trade and organic coffee roaster.
Opened in Early 2019
Find New Orleans style beignets and plenty of fresh-baked bagels to accompany your morning cup of joe, or chicory coffee.
Attached to the eco-friendly lodge, visitors will find a growing menu of delicious breakfast and brunch items, including parfaits, cafe beverages, smoothies, coffee and more.
In the busy section of Sturgeon Bays xx area, this little cafe is a welcome reprieve, offering a cozy atmosphere with tea, coffee and tantalizing sweet treats.
At long last the farmer’s market favorite has evolved into a Thai cuisine eatery. Find pho, pad thai, curry dishes, egg rolls and stuffed chicken wings on this delicous, and authentic, asian cuisine menu.
Opened Fall/Winter 2018
The remodeled bar and bowling alley is now brimming with fun and games, complete with arcade machines, bowling lanes, darts, pool and more. Have a cold beer on tap or another beverage from the bar, or satiate your hunger with a selection of bar staples including pizza and nachos.
In a quaint, oblong space in Sister Bay you can get a scone, locally brewed coffee and a variety of espresso drinks. Use the self station to speed your visit or settle into the upstairs loft with views of the bay.
While these places may be familiar, they have relocated to a new place of business.
The local-grapes-only winery has moved a few miles north to a new, larger location just off of Highway 42 in Sturgeon Bay.
The expert cake and cupcake baker Sarah DeNamur has moved her business from the Country Walk Shops in Sister Bay to a new in-home kitchen. Get your made-to-order cakes, cupcakes and desserts through her website flourgirlpatissier.com. A location for grab-and-go offerings is in the works.
A northern Door favorite has moved south to Egg Harbor where you can still find your favorite cajun-inspired food and cozy supper club atmosphere.
The local purveyor of delicious granola mixes and roasted coffee beans, the still-growing brand is expanding into their largest space yet, in what used to be the Linden Gallery in Ellison Bay. The cafe and shop is in the works for later this year.