Stopped here while touring Door County for the fall colors. Although the décor (and music) hasn't changed for decades, they still have good food and friendly staff.
We arrived before 5:00 PM so we had no problem being seated in the main dining room with a good view. Waitperson was very nice (tried not to make any judgments by the tattoos on her arms), but she was very friendly, attentive and answered our questions about the menu. My wife ordered a salad while I opted for the tomato basil soup. Her salad was so-so, and my soup was lukewarm, but the bread, ligionberry (sp?) preserves and assortment of crackers to spread them on was very tasty. Wife ordered a filet steak while I had 2 pork chops. Main course was excellent, done to order and very good flavor. No room for dessert and the price was reasonable.
If you're a first timer to Door County, at least stop by and take in the view of the goats grazing on the sod roof of the restaurant. If you've eaten there before, it really hasn't changed in the last 30+ years.