Green Bay Dining

From gourmet cuisine to casual dining, Green Bay offers delectable options to suit anyone's tastes. Explore exotic cuisine at one of the area's many authentic ethnic restaurants, enjoy traditional American fare while taking in a game at one of Green Bay's famous sports bars, or experience one of Wisconsin's tastiest traditions, the Friday fish fry. Those looking for a romantic dinner for two, complete with unique ambiance, can even hop aboard a sunset dinner cruise and enjoy the spectacular views. Matching immaculate service with friendly atmospheres, Green Bay's restaurants and eateries are sure to please.

Some of the best food experiences are to be found in one of the following places:

Brett Favre's Steakhouse
1004 Brett Favre Pass, Green Bay, WI
+1 920-499-MVP4
Brett Favre, "Country". lends his unique blend of attitude, excellence and performance to every facet of Brett Favre's Steakhouse. In our eyes, YOU are the MVP and we take pride in ensuring that your visit with us is as memorable as a World Championship

Eve's Supper Club
2020 Riverside Dr, Green Bay, WI
+1 920-435-1571
Eve's Supper Club, located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is known for offering fine dining in a casual, warm atmosphere. Located just minutes from downtown Green Bay and the KI Convention Center, the supper club (located on the fourth floor) overlooks the Fox River, providing spectacular views of golden sunsets and even a view of Lambeau Field (home of the Green Bay Packers)!

Fratellos Waterfront Restaurant
465 Marina Lane, Green Bay, WI 54914
+1 920-232-2334
The Ashwaubenon Boardwalk is home to the newest Fratellos Waterfront Restaurant. This Fox River location is south of the Bay of Green Bay and is a beautiful complement to its sister properties. The interior features a large bar, open kitchen with a Woodstone Pizza Oven, multi-tier dining rooms overlooking a large seasonal patio, tiki bar and marina. Unique historical d├ęcor add to the ambiance including a 1957 Wooden Carver Boat, a 1984 Wings & Thing Avid Flyer on loan courtesy of the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh, and a 1961 Train Caboose from the National Railroad Museum.