If you are missing Parador, it’s now open for pickup. Enjoy the taste of Spain with Door County’s favorite Tapas Restaurant!
7829 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor
Door County is the perfect place for growing cherry trees. With 2,500 acres of orchards, Door County sees thousands of visitors every year to witness the spring blossoms.
Did you know, dandelions are important to the blooming process? Why, because dandelions are a lure for bees. By the time the blossoms come out, the dandelions are still here, and the cherry blossoms have a lot more nectar to them. The bees are attracted to the dandelions, then they go into the trees and help with pollination. It takes about 60 days for the cherries to grow and ripen for picking.
Polish food comes to Door County, Prince of Pierogi. Prince of Pierogi opens on May 26 located on Water Street in Ephraim. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner. This is the only restaurant in Door County to offer hearty made Polish dishes.
Chef Krol is self taught featuring “pierogi”. What exactly is Pierogi? Pierogi are small dumplings stuffed with a variety of fillings and covered with a topping. Popular fillings in Poland include meat, potato, onions, mushrooms or cabbage. Sounds very tasty to me! Chef Krol will offer other unique Polish dishes on top of his featured pierogi.
Cheft Krol first came to Door County in 2012 while in college in Poland. His one month holiday took him to many states across the United States. He enjoyed Door County so much he decided to settle here.
Prince of Pierogi will provide indoor and outdoor seating. The restaurant is located in the Shorewood Village Shops on Water Street. Prince of Pierogi will be open daily May 26 – October 31.
We are thrilled to have a Polish restaurant in Door County. We welcome Chef Krol to Door County.
If you are looking for a place to stay, and want to experience Prince of Pierogi, we open on May 22.