Restaurants in Door Peninsula
Experience a fish boil at the inn, where you can learn about and watch the preparation of Lake Michigan whitefish over an open fire.
Holding fast to the area’s Swedish heritage, Al Johnson’s meatballs and pancakes are notable, and so is the restaurant’s grass roof with grazing goats.
Eclectic starters at this Asian-accented restaurant include pecan-encrusted goat cheese and smoked duck and Brie quesadillas.
The area’s famous fish—walleye pike—is used in classic northern Italian dishes.