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Restaurants in Green Bay, Door County

Just came back from Green Bay and Door County and wanted to post about 2 terrific restaurants we "discovered":
I stumbled on Hinterland, in Green Bay, via a web search and the next night our relatives who summer in Egg Harbor took us to their favorite - Whispering Swan, in Fish Creek (Door County). By coincidence, same owner, similar menu.
Hinterland is a microbrewery, and they have both a bar/lounge and full dining room, very conversation-friendly. Whispering Swan is in an older building with a lovely side porch as well as main dining room. The food at both locations included terrific fresh fish as well as a variety of meat entrees. Main courses, appetizers and salads were all beautifully presented and imaginatively seasoned, using local produce. Interesting short wine list. Service was attentive and friendly, and the kitchens gracefully accommodated a couple of special needs. Make no mistake - this is upscale dining (count on at least $50 per person for salad, entrees, dessert, and beer or wine), but dress is casual, and kids with adventurous palates seemed welcomed and comfortable.
My posting here is a tribute to the wonderful experiences we had at both locations!

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