Norzwich lovers can rejoice that the new owners of the Fish Creek Market are planning to stay open through the winter. The market has been closed during the winter for several years, but Stephen and Cristina Jones, who took over the space in March, will be open six days a week, closing only on Wednesdays for the foreseeable future.
“We want to get back to the idea of being a general mercantile where people can get the basics in addition to specialty items,” Stephen Jones said. “If we’re going to do that, we need to be open for the community.”
The planned hours are Monday and Tuesday, 9 am – 5 pm; Thursday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm; and Sunday, 9 am – 3 pm. The famed Norzwich sandwiches will be available in the deli. Visit fishcreekmarket1892.com to see hours and updates.
The newest beer in Hacienda Beer Co.’s Divine Herb series of Tea-Shake IPAs will arrive at Door County Brewing Co. Taproom & Music Hall in Baileys Harbor this weekend. The Divine Herb series was created to mimic the flavor profile of a Thai iced tea, and this batch features a crazy amount of oolong tea, as well as lactose sugar, tamarind, green cardamom and star anise.
Each Friday, Hacienda releases new beers that can be ordered online starting as early as Wednesday at 3 pm. Online ordering for this week’s release is available now at linktr.ee/haciendabeer.
Grab & Go at Get Real Cafe
Grab and Go a meal from Get Real Cafe, 116 S. Madison Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, where beef brisket, turkey meatloaf and house-smoked, uncured, local, pasture-raised ham steaks are being served with roasted red potatoes.
Proprietor Veronica Ripp offers healthful, local foods with vegetarian and organic options, including organic goose and duck eggs. Also on the menu these days is a huge selection of soups, bone broth and new rice and pasta bowls. Finish it all off with pumpkin-chocolate chip cookies.
Get Real Cafe is open for carryout, curbside delivery and online ordering. Call 920.818.1455 or visit getrealcafedoorcounty.com.
Dessert Alert: Pull in and Pop Your Trunk
Fireside Restaurant owners Lauren and (executive chef) Blake Schar continue to deliver their on-point, homey, classic comfort food through curbside to-go service at 7755 Hwy 42 in Egg Harbor.
Follow up a meal with their newest dessert: the gingerbread trifle. This creation layers gingerbread cake, pumpkin spice and house-made whipped cream. When customers arrive to retrieve their orders, they should pop the trunk and remain in their vehicle for no-contact delivery. Go to thefiresiderestaurant.com for details; then order online or by calling 920.868.4500.