An Evening at Wilson’s
I headed to Door County with some of my fellow North Iowa Bloggers. When we arrived we asked on Social Media for some of the “must sees” in Door County, WI. One name that came up over and over was Wilson’s. We had all sorts of different people suggesting it too. So, we decided to head there one evening for dessert.
The place was all done up in 50’s decor and had a such a fun atmosphere. There were so many treats on the menu that I could hardly make up my mind. I had to start off with a root beer because I’m a huge fan of home made root beer. Theirs had a bit of a spice to it and was served in a chilled mug. It was awesome!
After studying the menu over and over I finally went with a two scoop sundae. Yes folks, these is only two scoops! 2 scoops of homemade vanilla ice cream drenched in hot fudge, caramel, and marshmallow. They even topped it with whip cream and a cherry.
Next time however I will go with the Junior version which is only one scoop. I could barely finish half of it. It would be a perfect treat to split!
All of us loved what we chose and were so full. They do serve more than ice cream. You can check out their full menu here. You could totally make a meal out of the ice cream though 😉
After we were full and checked out their gift shop we walked across the street to watch the sun set over Lake Michigan. We found a few benches and took in the scenery. It was a wonderful evening. If you’re in the Door County area I highly suggest checking out Wilson’s!
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Tim Anderson says
It’s like stepping back in time when I look at the picyures of the shop.
Jeni F. says
This is a craveworthy post! The sundaes look so creative.
All of your ladies’ posts make me want to go back! (Now, I just have to figure out how to convince T!) And Wilsons…so delicious and it’s an experience, it’s not just ice cream, which is what I love! The day we were there it was cool, so my mom had broccoli cheese soup and raved about it! All the pictures make me want to go back with a group, so I can try one of everything! HA!
This brought back so many good memories of Wilson’s from my childhood that I think I need to plan a trip. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!
You’re welcome! Thanks for the recommendation! 🙂
Beth Ann Chiles says
Those selections look amazing. I would have had a difficult time figuring out what to choose off that menu I bet.