Post # 1
So I’m getting married at Music of the Lake in Door County. I plan on having no more than 15-20 people attend. The majority of my guest are the FH’s family from Texas. I can’t seem to find a restauruant that will fit 15-20 people at one table and banquet halls seem to want 50-100 people minimum. I wouldn’t mind a park but I’d like it to have an enclosed shelter if bad weather occurs. Also there will be about 3 children under the age of 10 so no bars/clubs either..please help!!
Post # 3
What about the Inn at Kristofer’s? Or The Waterfront? Or Mission Grille? All are located in Sister Bay.
There is also The Cookery in Fish Creek.
Post # 4
I second the Cookery in Fish Creek! Have you considered a Fish Boil at Sqaure Rigger Galley in Jacksonport? That’s where our rehearsal dinner is. FANTASTIC view, right on the beach and the fish boil is delicious! Other options could be Harbor Fish Market & Grill in Bailey’s Harbor or Gordon Lodge Top Deck. Perhaps one of the inns with a restaurant would be charming and could accomodate a smaller group.
I’m so excited to find someone else getting married in Door County. I am from Texas and my fiance is from WI so I’ve been planning our Door County wedding long distance for 11 months now. LOVE Door County!
Post # 5
15 to 20 people is a breeze…Bistro 42, Carlsville, The Log Den in Egg Harbor, for the rustic feel is nice. Also n Egg Harbor is Liberty Square great food and just remodeled. The Old Post Office has a nice area and does a Great Fish Boil. In Sturgeon Bay there is Stone Harbor Resort, has a private room for small parties with a great view.
Post # 6
How exciting! I am also getting married in Door County in September. The 10th, though. My mother’s idea – 9.10.11! Anyway, my wedding will be at The Harbor Fish Market in Baileys Harbor. I love that you can take your dogs for breakfast! They have a menu for dogs. My fiance and I are a bit pathetic when it comes to our dogs – so much so that they will be in our wedding. This was a big part in the decision. The other place I looked closely at (mind you we were looking specifically on the east of the peninsula) was Gordon’s Lodge.