1950's style restaurant with excellent food. My friends say their ribs are excellent. I think the pasta is excellent, and the garlic cheese bread. Almost anything you want, they have.
Favorite Dish: Gnocchi with alfredo sauce and a side order of the cheese bread. It's a hard dish to find in the area, and it tastes really good with home made sauce.
As far as I know, it is the only vegetarian restaurant in town. The food is good, and the atmosphere is also good. There is a game shelf so you can play a board game while eating, or you can look at the artwork for sale on the walls.
Favorite Dish: My favorite is The Rabbit, it is just simple vegetables on a bagel with chips on the side.
i have never done fondue before so i have nothing to compare it to but that meal was amazing.
One of the things that is very unamerican is that it takes a long time - about 3 hours but it is well spent !
the servers prepare the cheese and stock for the main meal at the table so you see what is going in.
All the meat comes and it is all the higest quality of cuts and everything is explained to you.
Considering you seem to eat a lot you dont feel "full" which is also not the norm in america
would highly rate this place and will be back
Favorite Dish: We were to this place on a Tuesday but they do a "girls night special" on a thursday which is
the first course which is the cheese and the last course which is chocolate and half price margarites
not thats a good nite out !!
This place doesn't look like much from the outside but it is an institution in Green Bay. Don't eat here if you have a cholesterol problem. They have wonderful burgers, soups, fried everything and shakes.
Favorite Dish: You have to have one of their burgers. The butter just drips off of them!
Don't be misled by the name, or the fact that this restaurant is located in a modest-looking industrial building across from the (also good) Titletown Brewery. The Hinterland offers outstanding, high-style American regional cuisine. Yes, they do brew their own outstanding beers, but they also pair their food with well-chosen and internationally diverse wines from their cellars. Not inexpensive, but worth it - the quality is evident from the first taste (or sip).
Already Hinterland has the reputation of being one of the top five restaurants in Wisconsin, and certainly the best in this corner of the state. IMHO, my recent dinner here was one of the best meals I've eaten in the Midwest, and I certainly look forward to more future visits.
If you are a beer drinker, I recommend trying one of the beer flights. The ales are excellent, and go well with the salads and entrees.
Oh, and the chocolate mousse was to die for!
Whenever I go back to my hometown for a visit (about 25 miles west of GB), my friend and I come here. It is (surprisingly) the best sushi I have ever had! It's always good, and we never really have to wait for service here. It's awesome. I really love the Dynamite roll. It's beyond delicious. We also tried the Packer roll last time (only in Green Bay could you get sushi with string cheese!) Everything I have tried here has been good. The crab rangoon is also always delicious. I definitely recommend Little Tokyo to anyone visiting (or living in) Green Bay.
Favorite Dish: Dynamite Roll
I was invited to the dinner where fifteen members of the school's faculty were present.
It was my first visit to a Mexican restaurant.
Favorite Dish: The nachos (chips with melted cheese and green peppers with meat) tasted great! Cheesecake was delicious.
Whats with all the references on here to Los Banditos? There are so many better Mexican restaurants than that one. Green Bay has a large Mexican population, and as such, there are family owned Mexican restaurants everywhere. They taste much better and are much cheaper. My personal favorite is El Sarape.
Favorite Dish: I always get the Enchalada special. It's $4.95 during the day weekdays and $5.95 nights and weekends. Includes rice and beans. Then I always get horchata, but their lemonade is also very good.
Going to Kroll’s East is to live an authentic Green Bay experience. Nowdays, when new but pretentious 1950s looking diners can be found in most cities, you can still find the real thing at Kroll’s. The 1930s era building with its 1950s interior is not a nostalgic recreation; it is what it is. It’s feels like going to Katz’s in New York City – only with a Wisconsin small town, small time twist.
Likewise, the menu is a throwback to times when patrons didn’t know or care about cholesterol and calories, and cooks didn’t concern themselves with chasing food fads. Here you will get a hamburger with a slab of butter on it served on a Kaiser bun, and milkshakes made with milk. I doubt anybody is thinking of whether the fries have trans fat. When you go to Kroll’s, leave your food conscience behind you and enjoy it for what it is…at least once in your life.
Kroll’s West is located close to Lambeau Field, and is larger and in a newer building.
The two Kroll's in Green Bay are no longer operated by the family, and some say the food isn't as good as it was. A family member opened another place called Basil's in the nearby town of Denmark. For the best food, you should try this place at 5595 South County Road P
Denmark, WI, phone - (920) 863-8454
When I was little my folks would take us to the train station and send us off on a trip to visit relatives. Well, the passenger trains stopped running in 1971 and the station was used for other purposes or laid idle for years before reopening as TitleTown Brewery in 1996. Now it is a good place to meet friends, play pool, try good local beer and eat some decent food. There is a lot of room indoors, but during warm weather you can enjoy outside seating. The depot has been officially named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Favorite Dish: Beer
This is an institution in Green Bay. If you want Mexican, you go to Los. They have great Margaritas and the food is wonderful. We prefer the east side location, but both offer the same cuisine. Don't be fooled by the dimly lit atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: I prefer the Chimichanga. The tacos and enchiladas are excellent as well. I don't think you can go wrong with anything on the menu.
Curly's Pub is a staple of Lambeau Field. Matt took me for lunch during the off season so the only people at the stadium were tour groups and people eating in the restaurants. Okay, I may be biased just because I don't often get the chance to go to the stadium, but I loved it! The staff were very friendly and the food was delicious. We went on a Sunday afternoon and it was pretty empty, but we got a great table! If you get the chance sit in a booth against the window... the views are very cool and the atmosphere was great. There is a bar on the fare side of the restaurant and the main room is full of tables... if you keep going to the back and take the steps up there are booths with great views.
The prices are reasonable and you can't beat having lunch at Lambeau Field!!
Favorite Dish: We had parmesan french fries for an appetizer which were so so good. I went with the cajun burger (I've been told they have won numerous best burger awards) and I was very impressed... the food was excellent. I'm definitely going back!
The Lorelei, named after the famous spot in southern Germany, certainly has an international charm. It's really tiny, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in character. Items brought over from Germany are strewn all along the walls, and the food served is as close to true German food as you're going to find in America. The food sometimes takes a while to be brought out, but the wait staff is friendly and helpful.
Food limited to bagels and bakery, but lots of coffee choices. Also a used book store. The people are the best place about The Attic. There are poetry readings and philosophy discussions there. Any time you stop in you are bound to find an interesting personality to chat with (artists, poets & philosophers).
Favorite Dish: I like the mocha, its a bit more chocolate than coffee.
Don't let the name of this restaurant midlead you. This is gormet dining at its finest in Green Bay! The food is excellent and there is strong attention to detail. Don't rush through this meal. It will be an event. Make sure you order a bottle of wine and enjoy your stay. This will be one of the pricier dining establishments in Green Bay. The staff will make sure your stay is a pleasurable experience.
Favorite Dish: They do seafood well and their steak entrees are excellent as well.