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Ice Road

Ice Road Deliveries. Coco still delivers its bread and pastries after Christmas when the channel between Bayfield and Madeline Island freezes. The highway department marks a road on the ice with pine trees when the ice is strong enough. The Madeline Island Ferry transports passengers and vehicles (and Coco’s scrumptious items) from March or April until freeze-up, weather permitting. The crossing takes about 25 minutes. Once the ferries stop running for the winter, there is a passenger only windsled that travels on a limited schedule. The sled is used until the ice road is considered safe enough for cars and light trucks to travel. The sled is used again in the spring when the road is deemed unworthy of travel but the lake ice is too thick for the ferries to cut through.

The PubThe Pub Restaurant and Wine Bar at The Inn on Madeline Island features Coco desserts. Located four blocks from the ferry dock, adjacent to the Marina. It offers year-round lodging. The restaurant provides exceptional lake-side dining with superior view from every seat. http://www.madisland.com/pages/pub.html

 

Bell Street TavernBell Street Tavern is just one block from the ferry landing in LaPointe on Madeline Island. Coco’s bread and occasional desserts are on the menu. Open year round with lounge, sports bar, and full service restaurant. Open daily: 11am to closing. Lunch is served Monday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner served Wednesday thru Saturday, 5 to 9 p.m. Special "Football Game Day" menu on Sunday. http://www.bstavern.com/

The Beach ClubThe Beach Club, LaPointe, is just a 20 second stroll from the ferry dock. You will find Coco’s bread and Cuban sandwich buns here. Watch the sunset and the ferries with one of the Beach Club’s specialty tropical drinks. Sushi and Martinis are featured on Friday and Saturday. Dock your boat or plane. Open May through October 10. http://www.beachclubmadeline.com/

Reuben sandwichIsland Market, 804 Main Street, LaPointe, Madeline Island, crafts delicious sandwiches with Coco’s bread. The Store features BBQ ribs, Chicago-style Italian beef, gyros, reubens, fresh and smoked fish, meats, produce, lunchmeats, camping essentials, and much more. Open daily, mid-May thru mid-October.

Ehler's StoreHistoric Ehlers General Store, Cornucopia, Wisconsin, has been the place to go on the South Shore since 1915. Renovated and updated in 2007, with a Deli, groceries, expanded hardware as well as local arts and crafts. Of course, the sandwiches feature Coco’s fine bread. http://www.ehlerstore.com/

Chequamegon Food CoopThe Chequamegon Food Co-op provides ecologically-sound foods and products at 215 Chapple Avenue, Ashland, Wisconsin. It is open seven days a week. Coco’s bread, sandwiches, and cookies are featured. http://www.livingnaturally.com/

Living Adventure Sea KayakingLiving Adventure's summer base is on Lake Superior near Bayfield, Wisconsin, the gateway to world-class sea kayaking in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. From May to September, the focus of Living Adventure offerings is on sea kayaking day and overnight trips, instruction, and rentals in this fabulous archipelago of Islands. Kayakers get a Coco chocolate chip cookie with their trips. http://www.livingadventure.com/

Of Course, Coco Bakery, 146 Bayfield Street, Washburn, Wisconsin. You can’t miss us, we’re right on Highway 13 (on the right-hand side of the street going north), just across from Washburn City Hall. Coco pastries are just what the doctor ordered after a long drive.