Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Door County Road Trip Dining Suggestions
Ron "Hungry in Lincoln Square" asked me about places to stop and eat on his way to Door County this coming weekend. Here are few of my favorite rest stops.
1. The Brat Stop in Racine on Hwy 50 right off of 1-94 (exit 344). This big bar setting offers the finest in native Wisconsin bar food from burgers to fried fish to steaks to salads ... www.bratstop.com.
2. The Port Hotel in Port Washington. You have to drive a few extra miles off of I-43 into Port Washington, but the extra minutes is worth the drive ... www.theporthotel.com. The menu is a mix of land and sea, and the dining room is very nicely appointed. (This is a good half-way point from Chicago, too).
3. The Kohler Club in Kohler, which is right off of I-43. There are 11 restaurants at the Kohler Club, from fine dining to casual to pub ... all of them are first rate ... www.destinationkohler.com.
4. The Inn and Cedar Crossing in Sturgeon Bay, right at the onset of Door County. This restaurant (and hotel, too) is very warm and inviting - and it's on the National Historic Registration. The menu is full of steaks and seafood ... www.innatcedarcrossing.com.
Please call the restaurant to double check on their hours ... they should be open for lunch, but be on the safe side.
If there are other suggestions, please post them in the comments section.
I hope this helps, Ron. Enjoy Door County!
Happy Eating, and safe travels! Mr. Foodie.
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