Anduzzi's Green Bay - West Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
1992 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
Anduzzi's Green Bay - West Reviews
Map of Anduzzi's Green Bay - West
Anduzzi's Green Bay - West Basics
- Cross Streets
- Gross and Advance
- Price Range
- Mid-Range $$($8-$14)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard
Anduzzi's Green Bay - West Features
- Meals Served
- Beer, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Darts, Arcade games, ATM
- Buck Burgers on Monday's After 7PM
Restaurant Review of Anduzzis in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
December 29, 2011
I stopped in for dinner at Anduzzi’s Sports Club, which is located in Ashwaubenon on the West side of Green Bay, and is less than a mile from Lambeau Field. As you walk into the sports bar it is a very large open square room with high ceilings. The main focal point being their very large bar which is centered in the room. It is very clean and has a nice comfortable atmosphere. Some of the walls have partial brick with wood paneled wainscoting and adorning the walls are many 40x30 black and white photos of Lambeau field and the Packer football team. There are many large flat TV screens above the bar and situated throughout the dining area. The restaurant has a very large seating capacity with many tables surrounding the bar.
I sat myself at a small table and within seconds my server appeared with a menu and inquired if I would like something from the bar. Anduzzi’s menu offers a nice variety and it was great to see that they also offered baked and grilled items. I ordered their baked haddock for $12.99 which is seasoned with traditional herbs served with drawn butter. It also comes with salad, vegetable, potato, and a bread stick. My server did inform me that if I ordered the haddock it would take an extra 15 minutes which was fine with me. I was first served my salad. It was of medium portion made with torn iceberg lettuce, 2 large tomato wedges, and croutons while topped with a heavy amount of shredded cheese. I ordered the creamed blue cheese dressing on the side. The dressing was agreeable and the lettuce and cheese were fresh. In place of the potato I requested if I could substitute with coleslaw and they do allow that. My haddock was a large fillet. It was served hot and did have a good flavor, but the fillet was baked a little too long, it was borderline, it was not dried out but neither was it very moist and flakey. My vegetable consisted of a large portion of mixed cauliflower, broccoli and carrots. They were very tender and not watery. The coleslaw was cold and creamy. The sauce had a good flavor but the shredded cabbage tasted like it probably came out of a plastic bag. My service throughout my meal was friendly and efficient.
Bar Review of Anduzzi's in Green Bay, WI
March 19, 2010
During the Packer season I missed out. I missed out on several bars I had full intention of checking out due to the fact that they were known "Packer bars." Honestly the time slipped by and now here we are on the cusp of springtime. I still wanted to go to a so-called Packer bar anyway - which I did. You could say I'm really late or that I'm incredibly early and totally psyched that I couldn't wait another minute to go to Anduzzi's. Let's go with the latter, shall we?
First off, let me tell you about Anduzzi's. It's more than your average Packer only bar. Way more. They offer dollar burger night on Mondays, Karaoke night on Tuesdays, and trivia night on Wednesdays. Plus, during this March Madness time Anduzzi's has you covered. On their monster flat screens you can watch Kansas demolish all the other teams, err… I mean watch all the games. Let's pretend for a minute that cheap burgers, karaoke, trivia, and sport games don't interest you, what else could this place possibly offer; you could play the arcade games, improve on your dart throwing skills, stuff your face full of free popcorn, look at all the memorabilia of the Packerness that is Green Bay or just sit back and people watch. Anduzzi's is not just a bar to go to during the football season; it's a fun bar for any season.
My crew and I arrived on a Monday night where their domestic pints are $1 and I know they have drink specials pretty much every other night of the week. On tap they have Miller Lite, Bud, Bud Light, New Glaurus, Fat Tire, some Leinie's, Stella, Labatts, and Point Pilsner. And of course they have more in bottles and a full liquor bar to float your boat. In fact, they kinda have two bars there. There is the main one that is huge and in the middle of the building and then off to the side is a smaller fully stacked bar. A mini-bar, if you will. When we went, it wasn't open but I bet they have to open that one up on busy nights. There are plenty of places to sit around either of the bars along with hi top and regular top tables. As I said before there are lots of large black and white photos of the stadium and players that are cool to look at. Even if football isn't your thing, it's still neat to see the history of it all.
We had a fun time at Anduzzi's, we will definitely be back but whether it's during Packer season we'll just have to see ;)