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Green Bay is particularly known as the home of the Green Bay Packers. Their home stadium, Lambeau Field, can be toured and contains several exhibits on the history of the team. The National Railroad Museum on South Broadway has numerous attractions related to railroad history, including engines, a train ride, train models, and an observational platform. The Neville Public Museum puts on exhibits, lectures, and programs on everything from natural history to astronomy. Green Bay also has a great selection of bars to catch a Packers game if you can’t get tickets, as well as numerous clubs for anyone looking to dance.
Bars and Date Spots:
Titletown Brewing Company
200 Dousman St
Green Bay, WI 54303
If you can't score a ticket to the Packers' playoff game, where better to watch the action than Titletown, a rowdy sports bar and brewpub housed in an old train depot overlooking the Fox River. Popular with tourists and a young crowd, this gathering spot sports three different seating areas: a main dining room, the oft-packed downstairs bar, and the loft-like upstairs bar, which offers a spacious, collegial setting complete with TVs, pool tables, video games, and framed vintage posters.
Hinterland Brewery and Restaurant.
313 Dousman St
Green Bay, WI 54303
Exposed pipes, ducts, and concrete give this Broadway District brewpub a distinctly industrial feel, making it extremely popular with Green Bay's young, urbane crowd. Downstairs is the main dining area, where patrons can enjoy a meal of oysters on the half shell, grilled Hawaiian kajicki, or marinated pheasant breast. Meanwhile, the chic upstairs lounge features live jazz on Thursdays and the places own tasty, handcrafted quaffs every night.
1963 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304
If there are questions as to where this sports bars loyalties lie, the enormous Packers' helmet hovering above the bar should put them to rest. Pub tables and booths surround the central bar area, and numerous team flags hang from the ceiling. Walls, meanwhile, are hung with everything from Lambeau Field street signs to trolls sporting green and gold jerseys. Best of all, the joint is true to its name historic Lambeau is about a five-minute walk away. Patio seating is also available when the weather permits.
303 Reid St
Green Bay, WI 54115
A high ceiling and close proximity to St. Norbert College likely justify the name of this De Pere sports bar, where locals gather to shoot pool, play shuffle board, and test their skills on the Golden Tee machine. An upstairs area is available for private parties, and the sit-down dining area is open to those wanting less congested environs. Plenty of televisions are visible from the bar, and an abundance of sports memorabilia should put to rest any fears you may have about the Abbey opting for reality TV over "Monday Night Football."
606 Lime Kiln Rd
Green Bay, WI 54302-3904
Billed as Packerland's first true sports bar, The Bar features numerous big-screen TVs, ensuring that every nook and cranny has a clear sight-line to whatever game or match is on. Menu favorites, meanwhile, include the 1/3-pound Gravedigger Burger, Super Nachos, and Buffalo wings. Not interested in watching the TV? No problem the place also has pool tables, darts, and the occasional live band. All through the year, The Bar also sponsors a co-ed volleyball league, two outdoor and four indoor courts are located on the premises.
129 Washington St
Green Bay, WI 54301
While this Washington Street dive may not get the same amount of press as some of its kitschier neighbors, it's still worth checking out, especially if you're looking for a classic neighborhood pub where regulars are friendly and bartenders make sure your glass is full. Frequent drink specials and rocking background music add to the place's eternally carefree attitude. Snacks are available should hunger cravings hit you late.
Cock and Bull Public House
1237 Main St
Green Bay, WI 54302
Shake dice with the barkeeper at this popular Olde Main hangout, where attractive young professionals and college kids congregate, drink beer, chat, and mingle. A green pressed-tin ceiling, a beautiful mahogany bar, and dim lighting give the place a definite pub-like feel. Feeling adventurous? Ask the staff about a passport to "drink around the world" a promo whereby participants receive a fake passport that's stamped every time they finish off an international beer. Shuffleboard, darts, and a few pool tables are available for those feeling active.
209 N Washington St
Green Bay, WI 54301
Looking for an all-American bar with weathered, red-brick walls, hardwood floors, and black and white photos of the "good old days"? Brewbaker's is that and much more. A young, largely professional crowd claims as its own this North Washington joint, who’s long bar and bistro tables are conducive to mingling and networking. If downstairs is crowded (it likely will be), you can always head to the loft area in the back, where you'll find a smaller bar and a cozy sitting area.
500 Grant St
Green Bay, WI 54115
This laugh den boasts a good mix of local and regional performers each weekend, providing comedy of all sorts. The Green Bay area's longest running comedy club, they've been providing quality, family-friendly entertainment since 1987. The improvisational comedy shows feature teams of performers taking audience suggestions and creating scenes, songs and sketches on the spot. Comedy City offshoot Venture Theatre, produces original plays & musicals at the same venue. They even offer a corporate team-building workshop that's as fun as it is instructional. A must-stop for comedy fans. Reservations are strongly recommended.