These people know their coffee. If you like coffee, this is a must visit place. With countless varieties, different roasts, and one of a kind flavors, Door County Coffee has a well earned reputation for caffinated perfection.
Sure, you can get DC Coffee served at many restaurants, gift shops, and even museums around the county, but this is the epicenter. It's here that you'll get finely roasted beans, gifts, books, food (cooked as well as scone or pancake "kits"), and the service that sets it apart from other coffee sources.
Everyone that works here is willing to offer a guiding hand. It doesn't matter if your a novice taking your first steps into the world of the hot, red (yes, many good coffees are a deep red) liquid joy, or if, like me, you can taste the difference between Sumaran beans or Ethiopian beans, these folks will point you in the right direction.
The food, though, falls short in a couple of ways.
It seemed industrially made, shipped in rather than crafted. It's certainly of decent quality, but lacks a personal touch that you find at other cafes.
The serving size is also a bit small for the price.
In short, come for coffee, gifts, and guidance. Those are what set this place apart. You might think elsewhere for a hearty meal.