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Waitress was very attentive and the food was delicious, but was a $20 lunch! Plenty of food and lobster in the salad. Would order it again MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to Poke the Bear, a bold, flavorful restaurant highlighting Green Bays’s sports heritage. Located in the heart of the Entertainment District you will experience locally sourced cuisine. Inside the Historic Hotel Northland in Downtown and just a short drive to Lambeau Field, this fan focused restaurant combines a warm, welcoming atmosphere with fresh, full flavored food in a sports history environment. Whether you’re a Hotel Northland guest, a football fan, or a food-lover looking for a new favorite spot to dine, Poke the Bear offers everything friends and family need for a great, casual dining experience.
Dine with us in our cozy & intimate tasting room turned Supper Club. Sit in front of the fireplace or under one of our favorite paintings. Enjoy a meal made from scratch from Chef Noah's kitchen. Pair your meal with a glass of our local handcrafted wines made from Wisconsin grown grapes, apples & fruit from our 142 acre farm.
Looking for lunch or a daytime snack - join us for wine tasting, lunch, or a cheese plate to share. Thursday 11:30a-6:30p, Friday 11:30a-6:30p, Saturday 11:30a-5p, & Sunday 11:30a-3:30p | no reservations requiredMore
With classic American chophouses in mind, Wissota Chophouse features USDA Angus Beef, an excellent variety of the freshest seafood and creative sides. Our steaks start with the best cuts of meat, seasoned simply and cooked to perfection, delivered to your table perfectly seared and bursting with flavor. Compliment your meal with a drink from over 20 wines by the glass, 20 beers on tap and a variety of choices of bottled beer and spirits. More
Do you think skiing and Wisconsin go together? Now you can add food to that list! Due to a historically large Germanic population, you will find many heartwarming meals here. Hamburgers are loved in America, and Wisconsin took that to heart. Take some crafted, in-state cheese, add butter with the hamburger, and wrap with a bun. If you find yourself on the road, there are many varieties of Wisconsin sausage. You'll get hungry just thinking about the fresh cranberries, the official fruit of Wisconsin, and all the decadent desserts that include them. The discovery of lead brought miners from England that imparted their love of pasties, which is actually closer to a pot pie. While looking like an omelet, you’ll find an assortment of potatoes, rutabaga, onions, and meat inside Cornish pasties.