- $23 for a punch card for three visits, each valid for $15 worth of pub food ($45 value)
A lot of things about Fiddlers Green are unexpected. For one, the pub's locale— "The Jewel in the Crown" of Door County, Washington Island, in Lake Michigan. The building is historic and the content is unique. But to locals and in-the-know tourists, Fiddlers Green is a good spot to unwind with a pint of Guinness, IPA, or a glass of fine wine. The menu is diverse, including paninis, Sushi Night, My Big Delicious Greek Night, hummus & hot pretzels, and Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Wellington. The bar's roadside character, next to the Farm Museum and down the road from Schoolhouse Beach, is enhanced by the strains of live music that escape from its doors on any given evening. Jazz, folk artists, and poets frequent the establishment several nights a week, while periodic jam sessions (Ceili) break out at this authentic Irish pub —invite guests to drink some beer and play some tunes on their guitars, banjos, or fiddles.