5 Door County Restaurants and Bars Opening in 2018

Liberty Tap House

Liberty Square Shops, 7755 Highway 42, Egg Harbor, 920.868.4800

Now open

Hand painted murals accent a comfortable bar area in the newly finished brew pub. Build a flight from the 20 beers on tap or build a bloody Mary at the build-your-own bloody Mary bar. The drink menu offers local and international wine by the glass and bottle, martinis, and signature cocktails. Appease your snack cravings with an appetizer or, for a sweet treat, indulge in a selection from the after-dinner drinks menu featuring ice cream beverages such as the classic minty grasshopper.

Taco Cerveza

4149 State Highway 42, Fish Creek, [email protected]

Opening Early June 

Opening on the bustling corner of Pine and Main Street (where Stillwater’s Grill used to reside) in Fish Creek, you can’t miss the next new establishment from the team behind Ellison Bay’s Wickman House. Taco Cerveza will serve tacos, beer and wine at the open air dining patio. Expect to find homemade tortillas and locally sourced ingredients.

Hatch Distilling Co.

7740 Highway 42, Egg Harbor, 920.559.7960

Opening July 4, 2018

The 7,250 square foot small batch distillery and tasting room on the former Lena’s site will be the first and only distillery in Door County making products from scratch using local organic grains and honey. The tasting room will offer craft cocktails, spirit tastings, tours and shopping. Spirits will include vodka, gin and whiskey.

Cherry Lanes Arcade Bar

127 N. 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, 920.818.0093

Opening summer 2018

Door County’s first arcade bar will open in the historic Cherry Lanes location. The existing pool tables, foosball, dart machines and newly refinished maple bowling lanes will be joined by pinball and arcade games in a family friendly space. The bar will serve pizza, popcorn, hot dogs and snacks with plans to add a soda fountain and soft serve machine. Patrons after 10 pm must be to 21 and up.

Heirloom Cafe and Provisions

2434 County F, Baileys Harbor

Opening summer 2018

Opening soon in the building that used to house Door County Brewing Co., Heirloom plans to sell fresh, eclectic and (generally) health conscious breakfast and lunch food inspired by European traditions and cuisine. Featuring grab and go options, coffee, beer and wine.

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