Located inside of beautiful Lambeau Field sits 1919 Kitchen & Tap. It's a nice change from Curly's, with a much more updated look and feel. Inside 1919 Kitchen & Tap you'll find a massive bar, with TVs at every angle. It's a perfect place to sit back, watch the game, and drink some of Wisconsin's finest craft beer. As far as grubbing at 1919, I'm not as sold. Their cheesecurds were absolutely amazing, but aside from that, it wasn't anything special to me. The quality was poor from my experiences, cold product and long wait for food and drinks. That matched with the price you pay, it wasn't somewhere I'd go too often nor recommend for food.
What to expect:
The first thing you'll notice is the beautiful atmosphere. Unlike Curly's Pub, 1919 actually feels like it belongs inside Lambeau Field. The design of the restaurant fits with Lambeau Field's look and actually compliments it nicely. Inside the restaurant you'll be surrounded by TVs and even get a nice view of the 50 foot Lombardi trophy.
1919 Kitchen & Tap has a nicely sized drink menu, with an emphasis on craft beers. The amount of beers they have to offer means that you'll never have to worry about running out of beer to try or going thirsty while enjoying watch some sports on one of their many TVs.
All in all 1919 Kitchen & Tap is a beautiful restaurant, really well thought out. Their cheesecurds were top notch and definitely a place that would be good to have a drink at. I'd be weary of going there on a game weekend though, since it'll be insanely busy.
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