Used to eagerly buy bakery goods here after the long weekly drive to our cottage. Overpriced but the quality of ingredients was unsurpassed. French bread, French rolls, peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies, specialty Corsica breadsticks, and fruit-filled kolaches. All delicious. Gobbled them up before we arrived in our driveway. Unfortunately last spring we were sold two stale cherry-cheese danish sweet rolls at $4.75 each and four stale cookies at $2.25 each when we had relatives visiting. What a disappointment. Gave the bakery another try last fall and we got fresh bread but stale cookies again. Advertising for this place on WGN radio in Chicago over the years brought in droves of customers. What happened? Why the stale items? Why not sell them as day-old like they used to? Why sell them to unsuspecting customers as first-rate? We are not all one-time-only tourists. Now we go to Drink Coffee for scrumtious cookies, Base Camp for muffins and coffeecake (fabulous cinnamon crunch coffeecake), and hit the Saturday morning Farmer's Market in Sturgeon Bay for a wide variety of freshly milled, handmade breads from Algoma. Wish Door County Bakery would return to consistency and ethical selling practices.
As to bakery clerks there, they are competent and helpful but sometimes frazzled because they are understaffed.
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