FISH CREEK – Looking for an area to have a late-night dessert and a beverage after a show in Door County this summer time? Starting Friday, you will have that opportunity simply out of doors Peninsula State Park.
That’s while pastry chef Trevor Treml launches Sweetness Door County, which he stated is the Peninsula’s first dessert and wine bar. It is located in Julie’s Park Cafe, at the Fish Creek front to the park, where it’ll open for enterprise six times every week after the cafe closes for the day
Sweetness Door County will provide six strong point cakes frequently — strawberry cheesecake, tiramisu, a crème brulée trio, Napoleon pastry, Key Lime pie, and Black Forest cake — and feature an extra selection of or 3 seasonal desserts on a menu that rotates every couple of weeks.
The bar also could have a selection of wines that may pair with the cakes, along with port for a dessert wine, a espresso bar and distinctiveness cocktails.
Treml is making the desserts from scratch, the use of the training he obtained from the Twin Cities campus of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. The Luxemburg, Wisconsin, native has worked as a chef considering 2012, with stints in Wisconsin Dells and at The Cannery in Green Bay before he joined the kitchen at Julie’s four years ago.
Treml said Sweetness Door County is the realization of “a dream I usually needed to open a dessert and wine bar.” He said the dessert bar also fills a spot in the Door County market, wherein overdue-night meals alternatives outside of taverns are confined for human beings attending Northern Sky Theater (which performs for the duration of the summer in Peninsula State Park and of which Julie’s is a sponsor), Peninsula Players, Midsummer’s Music, Door Community Auditorium or any of the alternative summer performances across the county.
“Door County has a completely lively nightlife,” Treml stated. “This is an area wherein after you go see a display, you can go out for dessert and a glass of wine … I actually have very excessive expectancies. I assume it may do thoroughly.”
Treml currently plans for Sweetness Door County to be open during the summer time, from the Memorial Day weekend via Labor Day, but the hours may want to increase if matters cross well.
Treml will maintain working for Julie’s even as getting the dessert bar off the ground with aid from Julie’s owners, Shane and Sande Solomon.
“(The Solomons) have been helping me quite lots each step of the manner,” he stated, “however they are letting me take the lead on this.”
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