Trixie’s Review

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2020 Update: Indoor table service and patio seating is limited to first come, first served. Takeaway also available. Thurs-Mon, 5pm-9pm.  

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 #3:  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)

Call for Reservations or take a gamble without one – we’re told walk-ins are always welcome. | 920 854-8008