Graystone Ale House De Pere, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
3711 Monroe Road
De Pere, Wisconsin 54115
Graystone Ale House Description
The De Pere and Ledgeview area is a beautiful location with predominate grey rock. When deciding on a name for the restaurant 'Graystone' was a perfect fit based on our surroundings. We have created a great new atmosphere for all to enjoy. The Graystone team would like to extend an invitation to you and your family to join us for delicious meal and drink!
Graystone Ale House> Reviews
2.6666666666667 out of 5
based on 6 ratings and 6 reviews
I will not go back and I would not recommend Graystone to anyone.
Map of Graystone Ale House
Graystone Ale House Events
Graystone Ale House Basics
- American, Pizza
- Mon - Sat: 11:00 am - close
Sunday: 10:30 am - close
(8am for noon Packer home games)
Happy Hour: Mon - Fri 3pm - 6pm
- Cross Streets
- Monroe and Dickinson
- Price Range
- Lunch $$/Dinner $$$$
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard
- Carryout and Delivery within 10 minute area of De Pere / Ledgeview
Graystone Ale House Features
- Meals Served
- Beer, Wine, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Gluten-Free Menu
- All Ages
- Outdoor Seating
- Outdoor Patio
Restaurant Review of Graystone Ale House in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
January 26, 2011
For lunch I went to the newly opened Graystone Ale House which is located in Ledgeview on the border of Bellevue on the far East side of Green Bay. The outside exterior is made with large gray stones and massive stone pillars in front. As you walk in the interior is very open with a large semicircular bar in the middle and with dining areas on both sides. To the right on a raised tiled floor are tables and booths with huge picture windows that surround the restaurant. The interior colors are gray blue and dark brown and there are many flat screen TV's situated throughout.
As I entered the restaurant I was greeted in a very friendly manner by two employees that were stationed at the inner front door. The hostess seated me at a booth with a menu and within seconds my server came to take my beverage order; she was very friendly with lots of smiles. I inquired what their specialty is and she informed me that their hamburgers were. There were many other choices on the menu such as: salads, wraps, sandwiches, and broasted chicken, but I decided on the Graystone Burger for $8.40 and a green iced tea with free refills for $2.00. On each of the tables and booths are condiments of ketchup, yellow mustard, salt and pepper shakers, and a stack of extra paper napkins. For my burger I had a choice of a white bun or whole wheat bun and the choice of French fries or homemade potato chips, I chose whole wheat for my bun and their homemade potato chips. My hamburger was very large in size, the half-pound black angus meat patty was placed on a whole wheat toasted bun and melted on top with one slice each of cheddar, mozzarella, Swiss cheese and fried white onions and to the side a piece of leaf lettuce and a tomato slice. The hamburger was moist and flavorful and all the cheese slices were nicely melted. There was also a nice amount of fried onions yummy. The potato chips were crunchy and fresh. Graystone Ale House is a very casual and comfortable restaurant to go and unwind in the Ledgeview area.
Bar Review of Graystone Ale House in De Pere, WI
December 30, 2010
There's a new place in town. And I'm not the only one who knows about it because this place already can draw a crowd. I was driving through De Pere and in plain sight is this huge brand new building. Well, this brand new building houses Graystone Ale House. I've heard that the masterminds behind The Bar franchise are also behind this place. I made a mental note, when I have time to stop, to come back and take a look inside. A few days later when I was out with a couple of girls, one of my beer loving friends, suggested we make a quick stop at Graystone, just to check it out. Isn't it amazing when your friends can read your mind? Anyway, it was around 5ish on Monday night and when we pulled up the parking lot looked like it had a decent amount of cars parked but nothing crazy. Let me tell you first off, by the time we left the parking lot was full and the place the place was buzzing with all the people eating, laughing and/or drinking.Graystone may have a large number of square feet to it, but it's warm and homey on the inside. When you walk in you're immediately greeted with friendly smiles. The bar part is a little to the left side and on the right side is the more dining room part. There are even more tables all the way to the left side, but they are the hi-top tables and it kinda seems for the larger parties. Graystone also comes equipped with a party room.
We took our seats at the bar and were delighted to hear they have a Happy Hour. HH is Monday – Friday from 3PM – 6PM and during that time your treats are $2 domestics and $3 craft imports. I quickly took advantage of this deal and tapped the Rockies with Coors Light. My partners in crime ordered the Six Grain Ale and the Winter Bourbon Cask Ale (which, yes, does have a Bourbon flavor to it). Also, on tap they carry Blue Moon, Capital Amber, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Fat Tire, Guinness, Hinterland Winter, a couple of Leinies, Spotted Cow, Peroni, Point 2012 Black Ale, Stella and Sam Adams. In bottles they have the regular, Bud, Miller and Coors line along with a few imports. Something else to mention, they have a couple Gluten Free beers, so bottoms up my wheat avoiding friends! Woodchuck and New Ghrist so far are the only choices, but you never know what else they might add to that list. Not too interested in beer? Then check out their fully stocked liquor bar and get creative with your spirited beverage. I really liked how they had the bar set up. It's one side shy of a square and there are bubbles on the corners to create some extra room. There were two bartenders on hand and both were more than friendly. Flat screen TVs also adorned the bar part and a little in the dining room area just so you don't miss any second of any sport game. They had an ATM on hand if you're in the need of some quick cash, but Graystone does take credit and debit cards. And if I didn't give this a shout out my guy friends would shun me, at least for a few days; they have Golden Tee! Like the bad ass kind of Golden Tee. It's not on some small, hard to see screen, it's on this full sized flat screen that seems to make it more interactive.
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