= SERVES FOOD

= HAS A BAR

*Disclaimer: I have the palate of a seven-year-old. All the ratings are just off my opinion, I'm not an expert by any means. I'd suggest you try any place in Green Bay at least once, just because I may rate it a little lower doesn't mean it's not a dope place; it's just not for me.*

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THE PANCAKE PLACE

If you're looking for some place in Green Bay to knock yourself into a food coma for under $10/person, you may as well stop reading now and head to The Pancake Place located on Military Ave, only a few miles from Lambeau Field. The Pancake Place is easily my favorite breakfast joint in town (at this time, anyway). (cont.)

Rating: 5/5

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LEGEND LARRY'S

If you're a big wing person, like I am, you have to check out Legend Larry's.  In my opinion, it's the best wing joint in Green Bay.  Their award winning traditional wings are nicely sized and go well with their signature sauces.  Pair that with the fact that it's also a bar, and you have a great combination.  You can drink and eat wings all night.  If that's not a great time, I don't know what is. (cont.)

Rating: 4.7/5

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RUSTIQUE PIZZERIA

If you're like me, you love yourself some pizza.  It seems like there are so many pizza places in every town now, they're a dime a dozen.  Rustique Pizzeria breaks away from your normal pizza joint.  For starters, their restaurant is located in an old church.  It has some a one of a kind feel thanks to this feature.  I honestly don't know how to describe Rustique.  (cont.)

Rating: 4.5/5

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ZESTY'S

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream!... Well, custard in this scenario.  Zesty's is one of my favorite places to go and get dessert.  They have rich custard served in a variety of ways.  No better way to finish your night in Green Bay than to go grab some custard and treat yourself.  (cont.)

Rating: 4.5/5

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MACS

Who doesn’t love cheesy goodness? Terrorists, that’s who.  Macs is doing everything in their power to defeat the terrorists by creating an awesome menu consisting of a variety of mac n cheese.   With such delicacies as mama’s mac, baked potato mac,  and hangover mac, you really can’t go wrong.  Each order is served in a cast iron skillet, because they keep it classy. (cont.)

Rating: 4.5/5

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HEARTLAND PIZZA

As an individual who has a body that is built by pizza, anytime I have the opportunity to try a new pizza place, I’m excited to dive in. I have been meaning to try Heartland Pizza, so when my girlfriend came home with a coupon for free breadsticks, it was destiny that we give it a go. I have to say, it didn’t disappoint.

 

Rating: 4.4/5

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DRIFT INN

If you’re utilizing this guide as a way to find those hole-in-the-wall places in Green Bay, this is exactly the spot you’re looking for. The Drift Inn is one of those places that doesn’t get talked about too much, but you never know why. While they may have a menu that offers a wide range of items like burgers, fish, and cheese curds, their lore resides mostly in their chili. (cont.)

Rating: 4.4/5

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EL SARAPE

Are you ready to drink a margarita the size of a small fish bowl? What about eat a burrito the size of a brick? El Sarape could be the place you’re looking for.  Located down the road from Lambeau Field, El Sarape is a favorite for many Packer players.  It’s apparent from the moment you walk in the door.  One of their benches (Packered themed of course) is signed by numerous Packers from over the years.

Rating: 4.25/5

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TITLETOWN BREWING

It's hard to miss Titletown Brewing Company, especially with the Donald Driver statue out front.  Titletown Brewing Company is located in an old train station, which makes it a cool vibe while you're throwing back some beers named after Packer legends and stuffing your face.  Afterwards, when you're feeling good from your meal, you can go walk the Green Bay City Deck and take in the sights. (cont.)

Rating: 4.25/5

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THE BAR

Not just any bar, but The Bar.  Located within walking distance of Lambeau Field, The Bar offers a nice variety of menu options.  Combine this with the fact that it’s a bar as well (I’m sure you could have never guessed that from the name alone), The Bar is a good place to grab some food/drinks before or after a game. (cont.)

Rating: 4.0/5

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SMART COW

If you’re looking for a joint to go to where you can tell yourself the dessert is healthy, Smart Cow may be just for you then.  Specializing in self-service frozen yogurt, Smart Cow is located just down the road from Lambeau Field, making it a nice pit stop when you’re in the area.   (cont.)

Rating: 4.0/5

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T. BACON'S BBQ

Green Bay doesn't have too BBQ restaurants, but the ones we do have, seem to do it right. T. Bacon's BBQ is no different. Located inside a gas station casino, T. Bacon's BBQ is serving up BBQ that's smoked daily. Along with their great BBQ, they have their own specialty BBQ sauce that seem to be house-made as well.

 

Rating: 4.0/5

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BRICKHOUSE BURGERS

Burgers and craft beer, what's not to like? This joint offers an extensive list of craft beers to compliment their burger list.  Their beer list consists an abundance of local beer, so you'll never run low of choices.  It's a great environment for a night out with friends or a fun first date. They have some games in their upstairs area that overlooks the restaurant. (cont.)

Rating: 3.75/5

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KROLL'S WEST

Kroll's West is one of those joints that just a staple in the area.  Conveniently located next to Lambeau Field, this restaurant is well known for their butter burgers and cheesecurds.  They're such cheesecurd pros, they even let you choose between white, yellow, or a mix for which type of cheesecurds you want. (cont.)

Rating: 3.75/5

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HAGEMEISTER PARK

Hagemeister Park was the home  of the Green Bay Packers during their first two seasons in the National Football League.  So how does a restaurant named after one of the most historic sites in Green Bay score when it comes to food? To me, it just meh.  In my opinion, given the vibe of the restaurant you'd think it'd be a better finished product.  (cont.)

Rating: 3.6/5

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NICOLET CAFE

Nicolet Café is a nice little cafe located in downtown De Pere.  Known for their dishes involving their fresh bread, baked daily in house, Nicolet Café prides themselves on serving high quality dishes for a family friendly price.  Not in the mood for breakfast, but needing some java to get your day started?  Nicolet Café also has a coffee bar located inside, serving premium coffee.  (cont.)

Rating: 3.5/5

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1919 KITCHEN & TAP

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.  (cont.)

Rating: 3.5/5

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FIRENZA PIZZA

Are you familiar with Subway?  Odds are you've heard of it.  Well, this is the Subway of pizza places.  This isn't a Green Bay only restaurant, there are around 25 locations throughout the entire USA.  Their pizzas are baked in a 450-500 degree oven, creating a crispy/crunchy crust.  Firenza is almost like a quick grab pizza joint, but not fast food. (cont.)

Rating: 3.25/5

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