We had hiked nine miles on two different trails in Peninsula State Park. We were tired, and wanted a nice meal before heading back to our B&B. As we were reading the menu posted on the door, one of the waitstaff stepped outside and handed us a full menu. We had our two dogs with us, and we knew that Summertime was "dog friendly" to outside diners. Unfortunately, the temperature had already dipped into the upper 50s, making outside dining no longer an attractive option. We secured our pups safely in the car and returned. We were escorted through the somewhat noisy bar area (there was a Packer game playing on the overhead TV) into the dining room. The decor was dark wood, and inviting (it was also nice and warm, temperature wise). We started our dinner with the breaded calamari, which was lightly deep fried and came with a spicy dipping sauce. I had one of the evening specials, the Maine lobster/blue crab seafood salad. I had expected a small scoop on a large bed of lettuce. I was pleasantly surprised to receive a large scoop of the salad and enough lettuce to simply cover the plate on which it was served. It came with several tomato wedges, hard boiled egg and lemon wedges. Totally yummy. My husband was impressed with his order of beef brisket with a topping of Summertime's South African sauce. His side was a delicately creamed spinach. Although my husband wasn't fond of the spinach, I indulged in several forksfull, and it was exceptional. We're glad we stopped here for dinner, and we'll definitely come back when we have another opportunity to spend time in Door County.