1951 West Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
1951 Bond St
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
1951 West Description
1951 West Cocktails & American Cuisine is an all new contemporary dinning experience with a menu that offers a tantalizing glimpse at American Cuisine. 1951 West offers a completely smoke free experience, whether in their bar area enjoying a wide array of spirits, or in the dining room.
1951 West Reviews
3.2857142857143 out of 5
based on 7 ratings and 7 reviews
I would have been more understanding if they were busy, but there were only four other occupied tables in the restaurant. This was the perfect capper to a long day. We got up and left and will not be back.
Tonight I ordered the baked haddock, but when our meals came, the fish had cheese melted on it. I asked the server if that was cheese on my baked haddock, and she replied no, and left before I could say anything about the meal. When she returned, I said that this was the stuffed haddock and not the baked. The server then removed the plate and said that she would get me the baked haddock. By the time my meal came back, my husband was done with his meal, and I wasn't hungry anymore. The server then boxed my meal and sent me on my way. Reheated fish is not what I paid for.
On other visits, I have had my prime rib served while I was still eating my salad. I've ordered menu items that were served without all of the items listed in the menu.
I don't need to spend good money on bad service.
Map of 1951 West
1951 West Events
1951 West Basics
- Mon - Sat: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday Dinner: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
- Howard Suamico
- Cross Streets
- Bond and Taylor
- Handicap Access
- Handicap Access
- Price Range
- Expensive $$$($14-$25)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American and Discover
1951 West Features
- Meals Served
- Beer, Wine, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Part of Comfort Suites Hotels
- Broasted Chicken
- Two Private Dining Rooms
Restaurant Review of 1951 in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
August 16, 2012
1951 is a restaurant that falls in the middle category of fine dining and casual supper club. The restaurant is located on the West side of Green Bay and is connected to the Comfort Suites hotel. 1951 has a nice bar lounge area which is separate from the dining area. The décor is contemporary with the color theme of warm gold, tan and black. As I walked in, the hostess greeted me right away and asked if I would prefer to sit at a booth or table; I chose a booth. My server came quickly and was very personable and outgoing. She brought ice water and proceeded to tell me of the specials for that evening. After perusing the menu I inquired more information from my server of their shrimp special for that evening. The server was very helpful and knowledgeable about the entrée. She sold me on shrimp special for $18.95. I had a choice of soup or salad with my entrée and I chose the salad with peppercorn ranch dressing.
I was immediately brought a basket of dinner rolls and flat bread crackers with whipped butter and my salad was served along with my rolls. The rolls and crackers tasted fresh, my salad was large and served on a plate it consisted of mixed greens, croutons, tomato, cucumber and carrot slices with the dressing served on the side. The greens were not that fresh and the sliced carrots had a white cast to them. My shrimp entrée was served soon after I finished my salad and it had a very pleasing presentation. My entrée consisted of 4 huge deveined and shelled prawns that had been broiled with a light spicy seasoning placed on top of a large polenta cake, then placed on top was thinly julienned multi colored carrots, and to top it off was fresh deep fried spinach. For each layer of food and the different style of cooking technique for each one with the different textures and seasonings gave this entrée a tantalizing flavor. The spicy sweet tender prawns and the dense flavorsome polenta cake combined with the lightly cooked carrots and the light crispiness of the spinach gave a satisfying balance. 1951 restaurant has an in house chef and full bar, they also offer delicious after dinner drinks made with real ice cream for your pleasure.
Restaurant Review of 1951 West in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
May 17, 2012
1951 West restaurant was my destination for lunch. It is located on the West side of Green Bay. The restaurant and bar lounge has a nice contemporary upscale décor. The main color theme throughout is black and tan with warm browns mixed in. As you enter, there is a short hallway and directly in front is a massive, beautiful, fresh floral arrangement on a table with the hostess stand behind it. To the right is their nice large cozy bar lounge area and to the left is a large dining area with many booths and tables. The hostess was friendly and brought me to the partial upper level of the restaurant that contained all booths but gives one a more private feel set apart from the slightly lower more open dining area.
My waitress came immediately and was very charming. She brought me a glass of ice water as soon as she greeted me. After some inquires on my part, I learned that their menu was revamped just last week. Since I have last dined there, a few years back, they have acquired a different Chef. He joined 1951 over a year ago. They have a nice assorted selection on their lunch menu and I noticed they still kept a few old-time favorite entrees. I decided on one of their new items; the Grilled Muffaletta Panini for $8.99. You have a choice of French fries, soup, or fruit salad as a side. I chose the cup of soup which was creamy potato and to drink I ordered a glass of fresh brewed ice tea for $1.25. The booths and tables were set with black linen table cloths with silverware. After taking my order she quickly brought me my ice tea, which was served in a tall glass with just enough ice. My tea had a nice rich dark color, not watered down and the tea had a nice rich flavor. My server asked if I would like my soup served first or with my sandwich and I said I would prefer it first. She soon brought out my soup with a packet of oyster saltine crackers on the side. My potato soup was luscious. It was made in house, not the frozen soups you so often receive. The soup was very smooth, thick and creamy with added bits of smoked ham and potato pieces. The smoked ham gave the soup a very savory flavor but not overly salty. My sandwich came soon after. It was a nice sized sandwich filled with a generous amount of ingredients. My Panini was nicely pressed on a rustic ciabatta bread with olive oil, then stuffed with 4 slices of cappiola ham, 2 slices of salami, 2 slices of pepperoni, 2 slices of mozzarella cheese and spread with a sun dried tomato aioli olive salad. My Panini tasted delicious; it was warm, nicely melted with a salty, mildly spicy added touch to it. 1951 West also has a large separate dining room on the other side of the building where they cater to large parties, weddings and various conferences.