Frequently guests ask us, “Where’s a good place to eat around here?”, or, “Where do you go when you want a good burger?”..(pizza?, perch dinner?, breakfast?,etc.). You’ll  find all kinds of fantastic places to eat in Door County, especially in Sister Bay. No trip here is complete without a stop at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant for Swedish pancakes (thin, flat crepe like pancakes topped with lingonberry sauce, or waffles piled high and topped with whipped cream at the Carroll House. At lunchtime you might want to try Aunt Ida’s meatloaf sandwich at Grasse’s Grill, or a thick crust pizza (made in an open hearth oven) at Wild Tomato. Husby’s Sports Bar and Grill is reputed to have the best burgers, not just in Sister Bay, but in all of Door County. Got a taste for fresh fish? Try the perch fry at Sister Bay Bowl (you might want to bowl a few games while you wait for a table). Did you ever have a macaroni and cheese waffle for lunch? If it sounds tempting, head over to the Root Cafe on Maple Street and ask about their gourmet brat sandwiches, too. You might really like the whitefish pizza (yes, that’s correct, a whitefish pizza with white sauce on a thin crust) at Northern Grill. Boathouse by the Bay has a wide variety of fish and seafood delights.The fish chowder or lobster roll are favorites there. They even have “Gator Bites” as an appetizer.  Did you say ice cream? The Door County Ice Cream Factory, located in a historical structure at the north end of the village has more than 20 different homemade ice cream flavors available. Order a waffle cone with one dip of strawberry cheesecake and one scoop of Harley Davidson (orange flavored, malt ice cream with chocolate chips)….mmmmmm,good! Sister Bay now has 17 restaurants that offer breakfast, lunch and dinner that fit every budget , and every pocketbook. Make a reservation for a short or long stay at Birchwood Lodge on-line at, or, contact us at 866-854-7195. Then, be on your way to enjoy a trip that will satisfy your appetite, too!