YAMAHA U-3 STUDIO UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
The latest addition to the Door County Bakery is this beautiful Yamaha upright piano. Door County Bakery owners, Don and Jean Thompson have added the piano to the ambience of the bakery to look, feel and experience this wonderful musical instrument. It's sure to be played in the future, but for now, let's look and enjoy its place in the Door County Bakery
Look at what’s new at the Door County Bakery. Now you can enjoy breakfast and lunch in our new dining area. Check out our menu by clicking on the “Menu” icon on our home page. The Door County Bakery now has a full service bar so you can enjoy a beer, glass of wine, or a cocktail with your meal.
The Door County Bakery’s Don Thompson is proud of his incredible wine collection. You can select one of your favorite wines from the bakery wine cellar to enjoy with your meal at the Door County Bakery or at home with friends and family.
THE CORSICA LOAF TRAVELS TO EUROPE
Bernd Schell of Bamberg, Germany visited the Door County Bakery this summer and took a Corsica Loaf home to Bavaria to be enjoyed with his friends. Bernd is in the automotive industry and travels the world. He was so impressed with the Corsica Loaf that he had to take one back to Germany. So now the Corsica Loaf is an internation favorite, too.
Another attraction at the Door County Bakery is the beautiful gardens. Stop by during the Spring and Summer to see the gorgeous array of flowers in front of the bakery on highway 57 and also at the door to our new dining area
“A cake for any occasion“, that’s their motto at the Door County Bakery. Call Jean Thompson and have her design that special cake for your wedding, birthday, anniversary, or graduation celebration.
The next time you visit the Door County Bakery, be sure to meet Don and Jean Thompson, the people who own the Door County Bakery. They take pride in what they’ve accomplished and will be happy to answer any questions you might have about their bakery, fine wines, stained glass windows, the Back Door Studio, boating, tractors, and their love of Door County.
Don and Jean Thompson say that hardly a day goes by before someone will come into the bakery and tell them about the Door County Bakery commercials they heard on WGN Radio in Chicago. The commercials they remember were done by Spike O’Dell (behind the mic) and his newsman Tom Petersen, who for years talked about the wonderful products at the Door County Bakery. Spike and Tom have since retired, but their loyal fans remember the message and continue to visit the bakery. And Spike’s Coffee Cup Museum is still at the Back Door Studio behind our bakery.