GreenLakeMagazine.com | 9 A special evening of lakeside dining V>˜ÊLiÊiÝ«iÀˆi˜ViÊ>Ì Grey Rock (643 Illinois Avenue at Heidel House Resort) with reborn classic dishes. And don’t miss the three summer lobster bakes! A local favorite for steaks and seafood, Harbor Lights Seafood & Steak (506 Hill Street) provides great food and service at reasonable prices. The Leslie Trewyn Studio (388 Lake Street) displays Leslie’s work of abstract, architectural, gurative, and landscape paintings. Acrylic on canvas and giclée prints. A complete beverage center, North Bay Sport & Liquor (501 South Street) has wine, cold beer, liquor, and ice. They also have what you need for swimming, ice skating, shing, and hunting. A long-standing Green Lake tradition, Norton’s of Green Lake (380 S. Lawson Drive) offers you the option of indoor or outdoor dining, both overlooking Green Lake, to enjoy their wonderful menu items, including steak and seafood. Pump House Parlor (643 Illinois Avenue at Heidel House Resort) will satisfy your sweet tooth with Cedar Crest ice cream, specialty sodas, sundaes, malts, shakes, and oats. Breakfast and lunch, coffee, and cappuccino are served at the lakeside bistro-style café setting at Sunroom (643 Illinois Avenue in Heidel House Resort). Since 1975, Wallenfangs of Green Lake (540 North Street) has invited guests into their ve shops of antiques, Wisconsin cheese, candy, ice cream, custom woodwork, art gallery with custom framing, and other unique gifts. For additional information, contact the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at (800) 253-7354 or (920) 294-3231, email@example.com, or visitgreenlake.com.