Chef Tony, a native of Green Bay native, moved back to Green Bay from Los Angeles to bring a Modern Metro lounge to his hometown to give people the chance to enjoy a new experience with amazing food and drink.
The only thing that is more beloved in Green Bay than Al’s Hamburger Shop might just be the Green Bay Packers themselves. This old-school eatery dates all the way back to 1934, although it did undergo a brief retirement, à la Brett Favre in 2008.
The Pancake Place embodies everything that so many people love about Green Bay. This cultural staple is home to an overwhelming sense of community that is lost in so many chain restaurants found in larger cities.
Skyline Chili is as beloved by Cincinnatians as their Cincinnati Reds and their Cincinnati Bengals. Considered one of Ohio’s signature dishes, you only have to try the chili at Skyline once to understand what all of the fuss is about.
1919 Kitchen and Tap is a modern restaurant and sports bar located at Lambeau Field in the heart of Green Bay. This trendy gastropub provides its customers with delicious craft beers and elevated pub food in a gorgeous setting.
There may be no better place to tailgate in Green Bay before a Green Bay Packers game than at D2 Sports Pub Stadium District. With views of Lambeau Field in the background, you will feel like you’re already at the Frozen Tundra hours before kickoff!