Indoor dining opens June 8…but you can still do curbside

Hurrah! We're once again offering indoor dining (7am-3pm). Our tables are decreased by half and set up for social distancing. The hostess station is now outside (sorry, no waiting in lobby, we'll announce your table when ready). For curbside delivery, call 920-421-4ALS. See you soon!

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Makin' cakes the Al Johnson's way, with Rolf Johnson

Last year we served over 112,000 servings of Swedish Pancakes to hungry guests. So our line cooks have serious expertise in the making of this delightful dish. Want to make them yourself? Let expert Rolf Johnson show you how it's done!

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Sometimes, togetherness means being slightly apart

Here we go…another year of summer fun in the sun! Yes, there are a few differences from the past — social distancing and face masks — but most important, you're here, we're here, the sun is bright and the grass is green, so let's enjoy!

Swedish Pancakes with Lingonberries

We make 'em here, but you can make them at home, too, with Al Johnson's Swedish Pancake Mix and our Wild Organic Swedish Lingonberries. It's easy, and they're g-o-o-o-d!

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Al's Swedish Butik

With a vast assortment of clogs, clothing, jewelry and foods like imported lingonberries & jams, we've been told our Butik is as Swedish as anything you'll find in Sweden!




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Learn the history of Al Johnson's from the family themselves!



Al Johnson's master baker, John Ostran, is renowned by customers and staff alike for his inventive creations!



One-of-a-kind, traditional and modern Scandinavian gifts to appease everyone! 

Al Johnson's Goat Cam

The two web cameras mounted on a rooftop peak of Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant are pointed in slightly different directions, so they reveal 95% of the sod roof’s surface.

If you can’t see the goats in one picture, look closely at the other…it’s a rare day that you can’t see the goats somewhere on the roof…unless it’s night-time, of course, because the goats are brought down each evening and spend the evening in a peaceful barn on the outskirts of Sister Bay.

Note that the goats are NOT on the roof in winter! They usually go onto the restaurant’s sod roof at the start of each tourism season, in late May, continuing through mid-October.

Goat Cam

Check out what's Happening


There's always something fun or interesting happening in Door County!

Stay current and you'll be able to time your next trip to coincide with the Half Marathon in May, the Roofing of the Goats Parade and Uncork Summer in June, Sister Bay's Fall Fest in October, Al's Annual Butik Sale in November, our traditional Swedish Julbord dinner in December, and much more.

All year long – even in winter – Door County is the place to be for a relaxing getaway in beautiful northeastern Wisconsin!

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