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Belgian Delight offers a large menu, large portions, and small prices. This is a great place to go for American comfort food, and everybody will find something here they like. Except for vegetarians.
Expect quality food, fast service, and a low bill at Belgian Delight.
A mandatory stop on the way to northern Door County, Renard’s Cheese offers some of the best cheese in the state, let alone Door County. In addition to a full line of hand-crafted cheeses, Renard’s also sells olive oils and balsamic vinegars.
Besides selling packaged foods, Renard’s also maintains a snack bar called Melt Bistro. It sells breakfast and lunch sandwiches, coffee, and hand-dipped ice cream.
Some of their dishes really do come served in a cast iron skillet!
Castiron Grill has a small but inspired menu. Focussing on modern takes of American classics, the food is served with style in country-chic surroundings.
Address: 5204 Sunset Bluff Dr, Green Bay, WI 54311
Waterfront Mary’s is a popular hangout near Brussels, Wisconsin. Offering burgers, wraps, steaks, ahi tuna, pizza, and more, Waterfront Mary’s has menu choices that will please a wide swath of people.
Also, Waterfront Mary’s offers a unique fish boil experience. First, instead of Lake Michigan whitefish or trout, they use cod in their boils. Second, Waterfront Mary’s is a popular haunt for Door County locals and has a fun, party atmosphere.
True to their name, Waterfront Mary’s fish boils are held on the waterfront of the bay of Sturgeon Bay from their location near Potawatomi State Park.
- Boil-overs at 5:30 and 7:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturday, and Sundays
- Arrival 30 minutes prior to boil-over requested
- Reservations required
- Full menu available for those who do not like fish.
Rouer’s Bar is a classic rural bar and grill establishment offering pub fare including pizza, burgers, chili, and more. This is a great place to fuel up after a day out fishing on the bay of Green Bay.