This is an outdoor paradise – this bar and grill is an absolute must for lots of reasons: the atmosphere (right on the water in Sister Bay), the food, and the friendly staff.
Have a seat at Fred and Fuzzy’s and you really get a feeling that you are in a scene either from Gilligan’s Island or Fantasy Island – the place oozes with a tropical flavor – it’s location, tucked away and hidden from just about anything, is idyllic.
Video! Watch this fabulous video below and hear what folks have to say about this great place, and see the magnificent sunset!
After a hard day of reviewing places in Door County, we took a breather and wandered into Fred and Fuzzy’s for the first time. Well, we can’t stop working – we liked it so much, we had to write up a review. We had a late lunch here. The grills are all going outside, there is a small wooden bar under a canopy tent, tables and chairs on the lawn right near the glistening waters off of Sister Bay, and a terrific staff waiting to help. We selected a couple of seats at the bar – you can see our two empty seats in the picture (we were busy working!). With Jimmy Buffet music playing, the sun bright and shining, a cold “Spotted Cow” beer in hand, we were ready for work.
One of our reviewers had “Fred’s Favorite,” - a steak sandwich with bleu cheese topping, and the other had the “3 Cheese Deluxe.” The grilled steak sandwich was juicy, bursting with flavor, tender and just darn delicious. With a bleu cheese topping, it was an excellent marriage of flavors. The “3 Cheese Deluxe” was loaded with provolone, cheddar and swiss – grilled up and served between 2 slices of thick Texas toast. Topped off with fresh tomatoes and a little pesto, and this one was rated a “10.”
So we had another “Spotted Cow” (which is excellent by the way), and met with Fred and Fuzzy, and told them how much we liked the place, the food, and the staff we met. They were a delight, and you can tell that the character of the place comes right from the heart – theirs.
We also met with Suzy who, along with Fuzzy, owns the Little Sister Resort (of which this is a part). We have a Trusted Review and Video of this resort on the site already!
Other patrons there also were enjoying this getaway, and one commented that the staff was “gorgeous, friendly and nice.”
With a full liquor bar, the smell of grilling done to perfection, the views of the water, a boat dock where you can pull up and eat, seating for almost 100 counting the 10 - 15 tables on the lawn and the 9 or so in the bar area, this is one great find in Door County. The menu has lots of choices from a Pebble Beach Burger to a Bay Fillet. Stop in – you’ll find something that you will like a whole lot. There are only 4 bar chairs, so get there early for that great experience. This is a great find! And oh, get their famous cherry marguarita! Come on, it's Door County!
Open 11 AM – 9PM, May through late October.
Hard to find, but worth it, drive down Little Sister Road - if you are heading north on Hwy 42, it’s when you are approaching Sister Bay, and are heading down the steep hill. At the bottom of the hill is Bay Ridge golf course on the left, and the road is Little Sister Rd. Turn in there and follow it around – follow the signs for Little Sister Resort (this is part of it remember). Eventually, you will see a sign for Fred and Fuzzy’s. Park the car, and walk down to this little hideout paradise! And tell them you found them on DoorCountyNavigator.com!