Limpa bread? Waitresses wearing dirndls? Goats grazing on the sod roof? It can only be one place: Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, near the top of Wisconsin’s Door County Peninsula. Tourists flock here to photograph the goats, to browse the Scandinavian boutique and, most of all, to dig into thin, eggy folded Swedish pancakes with tart lingonberries. For lunch or dinner, it’s Swedish meatballs and mashed potatoes.