OPENING FOR 2021!
We are so excited to be opening for 2021! Beginning Friday, May 7 we will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Breakfast service starts at 7:30 am, lunch service starts at 11:30 am and dinner service starts at 4:30 pm. We have both dining room and garden seating (weather permitting). Dogs are permitted to dine with their people — weather permitting — in our garden area. We have redesigned all dining areas to provide generous social distancing and all of our staff wear masks and practice great hand washing and sanitizer use. All of our menu is also available to take out or for curbside pick up. To place your to go order, please just call us 920-839-9999. Press 0 immediately to speak with a real person right away! We answer the phones even when we are closed!
Our traditional New England lobster boil will again be served every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. We do definitely recommend reservations because in season we serve over 50 lobster boils each night. The lobster boil is served in addition to our regular dinner menu. This boil is actually a three course dinner. It starts with a cup of our creamy Maine lobster bisque. Then moves on to the actual boil with a 1-1.5# live Maine lobster, baby red potatoes, fresh corn on the cob (local in season), New Zealand mussels and steamed clams. The final course is a generous portion of our homemade Door County Cherry Bread Pudding. The price is $55 per person. When Mother Nature permits, we do the boil in a wood fired pot between the waters edge and the dining room. And so we can still do the boil in cold or rainy weather, we have created a spot in our kitchen to do the boil as usual without the outside fire.
Hopefully we can return to our holiday buffet service in 2021! In years past, we served fantastic holiday buffets on Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day every year — please call us directly for reservations. We do book up quickly for these reservations so make your reservations early! Many folks make their reservations a year in advance!