Culinary
Group Tour Itinerary

Day 1:

10:00 AM  Arrive at Cherry Delite/Country Ovens, home of the famous Cherry De-Lite, located in Forestville. Shop the country store established in 1987 where you will find a variety of products produced exclusively from Wisconsin grade A fancy cherries. Stock up on all your favorites, with shipping available anywhere, you can send your goods home or surprise friends and family across the country with a taste of Door County’s finest goods. Call (800) 544.1003 for more information. 

12:00 PM  Make your way north on Hwy 42 for a delightful lunch at The Log Den. Take in the intricate hand-carved decor of this 10,000 square foot restaurant while you savor one of their delicious appetizers, burgers or sandwiches. Call (920) 868.3888 for additional info. 

1:30 PM  Stop in at Schopf’s Dairy View Country Store in Carlsville for family fun that’s both educational and entertaining. Learn about the Wisconsin dairy industry and experience it first-hand with a tour of the ongoing milking operations at Door County’s largest dairy farm. Before you leave, be sure to taste the end result of our hard work, with over 30 different flavors of ice cream available, including an ever-changing variety of seasonally inspired creations — there’s something to satisfy every sweet tooth! Take advantage of group discounts and place your reservation today by calling (920) 743.9779. 

3:00 PM  A can’t miss on your culinary tour of the county, Door County Coffee & Tea is a great place to do some shopping. Explore their premium home decor and gourmet foods gift shop where you’ll find over 100 different flavors and varieties of coffee - roasted and packaged on site. 

4:00 PM  Check into your hotel for some R&R. 

5:45 PM  Experience Door County’s unique time honored Fish Boil tradition at The White Gull Inn Restaurant located on the west end of downtown Fish Creek. Established in 1896, this historic inn cooks locally caught Lake Michigan whitefish over an open fire just as the Scandinavian settlers did more than 100 years ago to bring you a taste that’s distinctly Door County.  Treat yourself to seconds but leave room for a piece of cherry pie made-from-scratch with fruit grown right here on the peninsula. Call (888) 364.9542. 

7:30 PM  Walk down the street a short distance to Sunset Park for a spellbinding view of the sunset over the bay of Green Bay. 

Day 2:

8:00 AM  Have a unique and authentic Swedish breakfast experience at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant where live goats can be found grazing on the sod roof. Don’t forget to try their famous Swedish pancakes with lingonberries! Peruse the gift shop for a special Swedish souvenir to remember your travels by. For additional information call (920) 854.2626. 

9:30 AM  Travel back in time at the Corner of the Past/Old Anderson House Museum in Sister Bay where you’ll meander through a farm house built in 1875, restored farm buildings, log cabins, and a sawmill. There’s turn of the century furnishings to see along with antique farm implements, tools, photos, and more. During the summer, enjoy painting, carving, blacksmithing, bead working, weaving, and Norwegian embroidery demonstrations put on by local volunteer artisans. 

11:30 AM  Have lunch at Wilson’s Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor located in the heart of Ephraim since 1906. This classic Door County landmark is where you’ll find an old-fashioned soda fountain, ice cream specialties, home-brewed draft root beer, flame broiled burgers, and antique juke boxes playing the classics. Dine indoors or take your lunch across the street for a picnic on the scenic shorefront of Eagle Harbor. 

12:30 PM  Take a tour of Lautenbach’s Orchard Country Winery & Market located on the south side of Fish Creek. Walk amongst the orchards and vineyards, pick fruit, challenge your friends to a cherry pit spitting contest, sample wine, cherry salsa and other delectable goods! Time your visit just right and your group can pick their own cherries (mid- to late-July) or pick their own apples (late-Sept to early-Oct). For further information call (866) 946.3263 or (920) 868.3476. 

2:00 PM  Stop at Fat Louie’s Olive Oil Company in Egg Harbor to sample their premium single varietal and flavor infused extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars. Once you’ve chosen your favorites, be sure to take a couple bottles home with you. For further info call (920) 868.9409. 

2:30 PM  Visit a farmer’s market and take some of the County’s finest produce home. From cherries to apples, raspberries, pears, strawberries and more, you’ll find the freshest produce along with a variety of other mouthwatering treats. For a full list of farmers markets in the area, click here. 

6:00 PM  Attend a cooking class at the Savory Spoon Cooking School.  Located in downtown Ellison Bay, the Savory Spoon Cooking School can be found inside a charming 1872 schoolhouse. There are classes for all skill levels and ages so come prepared for fun and bring your appetite! To register or for additional information, call (920) 854.6600. 

Day 3:

9:00 AM  Enjoy delicious food, warm hospitality and friendly service when you have breakfast at Julie's Park Cafe located in downtown Fish Creek. Choose from a variety of traditional and specialty items as well as espresso and fresh bakery. For more information call (920) 868.2999.

10:30 AM  Make one final stop on your way out of town at Renard’s Cheese & Deli which is proud to offer you the finest selection of properly aged and cured Wisconsin cheeses along with  wine, jams and dips, sausage and other goods. For more information call (920) 825.7272.