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Yes, that is a picture of Jonny Lang playing in Egg Harbor

The Peg Egan Center just started its 7th year as a performing arts venue in Egg Harbor, and this year we decided to do it “Egg Harbor Style!”  Yup, Jonny Lang, outside on a Sunday night, all for free.  And what a show it was!  Amazing!  A few people showed up, too! When you come up to Door County, check out the performances.  They are on Sunday night, always free, bring your own food and beverages   June 29 The Nylons July 6 Jimmy LaFave Band July 13 Peg Egan Fol Festival July 20 Switchback July 27 Flamenco Night August 3 Daley and Vincent August 10 The Birch Creek Jazz Orchestra August 17 Todd Weeks and...

Opening Day 2014!

Well, the winter vacation is over!  Yup, April 25 and I’m here waiting for you to come on up.  It’s a beautiful day (finally), and businesses are opening all across the County.  Betty and Lori are cleaning your room right now, so make that reservation at www.lullabi-inn.com See you...

MacReady Artisan Bread…new to Egg Harbor

My buddy Mark stopped in today with a package under his arm and a grin on his face.  “Get a bread knife”, he told me.  So I did, and he pulls this beautiful loaf of fresh baked bread out of this bag, and cuts off a big chunk to try.  Turns out we have a new artisan bread bakery in the Village called  MacReady Artisan Bread, located in the former Cupola House Cafe building, right across the street from Parador restaurant, behind the Cupola House. Good stuff!  So, I headed down to check it out.  The bakery is owned by Michael and Jenny MacReady, they just opened today.  It’s a good selection of artisan breads, artisan cheeses, and ice cream.  Soon they will be making sandwiches, too. Stop in and check it out.  Here is their website ....

Some different choices for breakfast

I like breakfast, my favorite meal of the day..  My dad and grandpa were that way, too.  A nice leisurely breakfast, newspaper, cups of coffee, a friendly waitress to talk to.  There are a lot of great breakfasts in Door County, like the Village Cafe right next door.  But this post is about my favorite out of the way joints, and yes, that is a compliment to them!  Feel free to try one or two on your next trip! Remember, this is not an all inclusive list, just some places you might not find without a little help! Countryside Diner in Brussels- The hash brown sandwich is a reputation builder for this country diner on old Hwy 42 in Brussels.  Think of a square pile of hash browns with onions, peppers bacon, ham, and eggs.  But the trick is that all those goodies are cooked inside the hash browns, with the hash browns being the “bun”.  I have never been able to finish half of it! Morning Glory Hwy 57 Sturgeon Bay.  This is a place you would drive by.  It sits off the side of the highway across from the BP station on the south end of Sturgeon Bay.  Nothing fancy here!  But, this is a great, cheap breakfast, and it’s all locals.  Good food, lots of it. Corner Cafe Third Ave Sturgeon Bay-  Sally, the owner, had a restaurant by the shipyard called My Sister’s Cafe.  She closed it and moved to the former Pudgy Seagull right downtown on Third Av.  Same menu, same great prices.  The shipbuilders breakfast is great, and think about biscuits and gravy as two sausage,...