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PC Junction

7898 County Rd. A, Baileys Harbor, WI,
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Located at the intersection of Highways A and E, you will find this cozy little train stop pretty much at the Peninsula center.  Great fun and food for all!  GEt your food delivered on a train!

If heading north on Hwy 42 through Egg Harbor, take a right on E and go until the stop sign at A - and you will arrive at the station - at PC Junction - at the peninsula center, so PC! New video below!

PC Junction in Baileys Harbor Wi logoThis is a great find for the family! This is a place kids will love for lunch. You can get sandwiches, burgers, chili, etc. here. has dined here often and brought many people here of all ages who fell in love with this place.  If you cannot get a table right away, you can spend some fun time outside - the grounds are huge, with lots to do from playing chess on the oversized chessboard to having the kids ride pedal cars all around the paths! There's also an outdoor bar for the adults (PC Junction has a full liquor license) so you adults can get what you want like Bloody Marys or Margaritas..  We had a great time waiting on several occasions! Or you can elect to eat at the covered porch area added in Spring 2007 and eat al fresco or upper inside dining too (no train, but fun).  


Food delivered on a train at PC Junction in Door County    

PC Junction kid on pedal car

PC Junction large chess set

PC Junction 2016 outdoors

Denise and Bill keep thinking of innovative ways to make PC Junction better and better! As we said, there are lots of things for kids to do while the family is waiting to dine at PC Junction - visit their pig outside too!  There is lot sot entertain the kids and adults if you have to wait.  We heard some kids who wanted to keep playing even though their table was ready!

PC Junction 2016 building


If you want some pizza, soup, award-winning chili or dessert, PC Junction has added a new barn, the Pizza Czar (get it, it's another P-C!), out back that serves up yummy treats on their new line, which opens at 5PM.  And Friday fish frys too served in the main building 5-8PM.  Another cool addition!

PC Junction Pizza Czar

If you can, wait for seats at the counter, which is made up of old doors. Order your food from a server, and wait. They have great food and great root beer too. The engineer in the kitchen, visible through the opening in the wall, will cook up your order and load it aboard a train. When you hear a train whistle, and the server call your station ("Next stop, Baileys Harbor!") you know your food is about to be delivered - by train!  

And once in a while their new "bubble train" will make a run around the tracks spewing fun bubbles out into the air! Othertimes the train will carry stuffed animal passengers around the track.  Just pure fun for all ages!

Bring the camera - this is fun! You will want to take some pictures of your party at this PC Junction Water towerunique "whistle stop!"

The kids think that this is pretty cool, adults are amused as well, and the theme is carried throughout this little out of the way place! The chef and owner is wearing a train engineer uniform. It's fun. The food is good, and it's worth a stop at this station sometime! Note: Their spring and summer hours are: 

  • Mondays: 10AM- 3PM
  • CLOSED Tuesdays
  • Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Pizza Czar: Wednesday - Sundays, 5PM til close 

All aboard! Don't miss this train at PC Junction! And pssst: if you want to really be in the know, then you have to know what PC stands for!  Peninsula Center (shhhhh)!  And tell them that sent you - that way YOU can help keep this site alive and well for you!  Thanks!

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