Trixie’s Review

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2021 Update: Reservations will not be accepted. Seating is first come, first served. 

From Trixie’s:  “Fear not as tables tend to turn on the speedier side.  If there is a short wait, please join us for a relaxing glass of wine while enjoying the charms of Ephraim and Eagle Harbor.” 

Trixie’s is the Wickman House’s “Little Sister”, but don’t let that fool you. Recently dubbed “the peninsula’s most exciting restaurant” by Food & Wine magazine, this is not a lesser experience, but a totally different food experience. This is the rebel child.

BEST FOR: When your inner foodie is screaming for something new, cutting edge, and fun (but 100% delicious).

Trixie’s serves up imaginative twists along with a few mainstream options. The menu evolves continuously, based on current musings and seasonal ingredients. Look for wild foraged ingredients they hunt down themselves: fiddlehead ferns, ramps, mushrooms, nettles, dandelion, and the like. Trixie’s proudly serves wines that are organic, sustainable, biodynamic AND female-made. And if pink’s your thing, you’ll always find rosé on offer.  It’s fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere and it’s a foodie favorite. 

INSIDER TIP #1:  Trixie’s would like to correct one misconception for their guests: that weekends are the busiest times, but it’s actually the other way around.  

INSIDER TIP #2:  The staff is very well trained and passionate, let them guide you with wine and food suggestions.  They won’t lead you wrong.

Dinner & Sunday Brunch

Seasonal (Closed Feb. 15 – Mid/Late April)

9996 Pioneer Lane, Ephraim (16 Minute drive)

Reservations not accepted – frist come, first served. | 920 854-8008