On our last day in Door County over the Labor Day weekend, we decided to stop at Door County bakery for a couple of reasons. One, two of our party was from the Chicago area and they had heard many wonderful things about DCB. Two, it was located in the middle of where they stayed and where we camped. We tried a sample of the Corsica bread and my husband and I really liked it. We have not tried any other bakeries or their Corsica bread in the area so we don’t have anything to compare it too but we liked it.
We did end up sitting down for breakfast and while it was tasty, it was rather pricey. We ordered the breakfast Panini, a vegetarian quiche, and two eggs with fresh fruit and toast with cherry jam. I ate the breakfast Panini which is souffléd eggs, Wisconsin cheddar and Wisconsin bacon served on a crunchy bread of some sort. I thought it was very good and a generous portion. It came with some fresh fruit as well. Our server was a friendly older woman and we did not have any complaints about the service. The only downside was the party of 7 next to us that had a child in a high chair that they allowed to bang on the table and swat people with the menus.
Overall, I’m not sure we’d go out of our way to sit down and eat again if only for the prices. I could have easily split the Panini but they charge a $5 split plate charge (!!) and at $12 for the Panini, $17 would be highway robbery. But it was good food. So I’m torn. It was fun and kitschy to see the Spike O’Dell paper cup museum though.
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