Green Bay Dining
We all know that there is little that beats a delicious favorite home-cooked meal. But, when you’re away from home and don’t have the option, where do you find that good, soul-satisfying meal? We all know Wisconsinites love to eat, and Green Bay is no different! Luckily, downtown Green Bay, located just steps from the Astor House Bed and Breakfast, is home to many fantastic locally owned and authentic restaurants. Why not check out one of our famous supper clubs? Or maybe you’re in the mood for a Friday Fish Fry? No matter what your taste buds desire, you won’t want to miss the excellent Green Bay dining opportunities available in the greater Green Bay area when you stay at Astor House Bed and Breakfast.
The Green Bay Dining Scene
Green Bay dining options are as different and diverse as it gets. Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast at Nicolet, a 30-year-old local favorite. If you’re a true Packer’s fan, then you’re probably already familiar with Curly’s Pub. If you’ve never been to Green Bay, then don’t miss your chance to earn yourself a free t-shirt when you take on their “dare you to finish this” items found on the menu; the Lambeau Heap and the Frozen Heap. Located at Lambeau field itself, and open even when there is no game, Curly’s is a Green Bay dining must. You’ll even be able to say you tried the famous Stadium Sauce, a well-seasoned red sauce that’s somewhat famous up here. Other great Green Bay dining options include the contemporary American cuisine found at Black & Tan Grille or Ogan Restaurant. A new star in the Green Bay dining scene is Syrah Restaurant and Wine Bar, where you’re sure to find a fun and fresh dining experience.
If your vision of fine dining includes prime rib, a baked potato, and a good stiff cocktail, then a good old-fashioned Wisconsin Supper Club is just the thing for you. Here, you’ll find that supper club culture has barely changed since the Mad Men days. These fantastic centers are a vital part of the Wisconsin dining scene. They are an essential social center for distant communities, and a place of connection between the generations. To be a tried and true Supper Club, the restaurants are only open for supper, they are family-run, they should be serving some version of the brandy old-fashioned sweet, and of course they offer a Friday fish fry. For a meal you won’t forget, try the famous fish at Kropps Supper Club, or eat at Wally’s Spot, which has been a Green Bay dining landmark for nearly 60 years