Green Bay Distillery Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
835 Potts Avenue
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
Green Bay Distillery Description
Green Bay Distillery> Reviews
3 out of 5
based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
Map of Green Bay Distillery
Green Bay Distillery Events
Green Bay Distillery Basics
- Sunday: 11 am - 10:00 pm
Tue - Wed: 11 am - 10 pm
Thurs - Sat: 11 am - midnight
Closed - Monday
- Cross Streets
- Oneida and Potts
- Price Range
- Mid-Range $$($8-$14)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard
Green Bay Distillery Features
- Meals Served
- Beer, Wine, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Huge Banquet Hall
- Gameday and Events
- All Ages
- Check website for entertainment schedule
- Outdoor Seating
- Outdoor Patio
- Indoor patio with opening garage doors
Bar Review of Green Bay Distillery in Green Bay, WI
January 12, 2012
Keeping with the Go Pack Go theme a girlfriend and I ventured out to Green Bay Distillery. Green Bay Distillery opened it’s very large doors to it’s very large building in 2011. They serve food, sling drinks and have loads and loads of Packer pictures decorating the walls. This particular bar and restaurant is also conveniently located in the Ashwaubenon area, super close to Lambeau Field.
When my partner in crime and I burst on the scene we were immediately greeted and told to sit where ever we wanted. It was a tad quiet there but I assure you Green Bay Distillery is anything but quiet on Packer game days. As I mentioned earlier, this place can hold a crowd…and then some. You walk into this large industrial type room with neat looking wooden hi top tables directly in front and a bar behind them. Most of the hi tops are meant for 4 or less people but there are a few much longer tables ready to hold a bigger group. To the left are booths lining the side wall with Packer pictures hanging above each alcove. To the right is kinda a mini store, there are some green Bay Distillery t-shirts and tanks in the Packer green and gold colors for purchase. Also to the right is another separate room with a separate bar. I assume it’s open for game days, private parties or wild and crazy nights. There is also ANOTHER room that looked like a banquet room of sorts, perfect for a wedding reception or of the like.
We sat ourselves at one of the wooden hi-top tables and ordered drinks: a vodka soda water for me and a Capital Wheat beer for my friend. The beer was $4 and mine was $3.50. On tap Green Bay Distillery carries Leinies Honey, Leinies Seasonal, Spotted Cow, Coors Light, Bud, Bud Light and Miller Light. In bottles they have way more in the terms of variety. Not in the mood for beer, then go for wine or come up with a cocktail, they have a massive bar with a full shelf of liquor and friendly and capable bartenders ready to mix you your choice of poison. There are daily food and drink specials, check out their website, Facebook page or give ‘em a call to find out the details. And make sure to check out or event calendar to find out the scoop on the various karaoke and band nights for Green Bay Distillery.
Restaurant Review of Green Bay Distillery in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
August 25, 2011
I stopped in for lunch at the Green Bay Distillery restaurant which is located on the West side of Green Bay across from the Ray Nitschke practice field. The restaurant is huge with a large outside patio and a huge dining area with a game room towards the back comprising of a pool table and many arcade game machines. As you walk in, there is a very pretty large bar with a wooden back and mirrors, while adorning the walls are many colorful posters of the Packers. There are more than enough big flat screen TVs for your viewing pleasure. As for seating, there are many high top tables and large booths running along the sides of the inner walls.
Their menu is large with various, pizzas, burgers, wraps, salads, and wings. Green Bay Distillery does have a large selection of tap and bottled beer but their main focus is on their food menu. I decided to order an appetizer of Wisconsin White Buffalo Cheese Curds for $6.99, a toasted Monte Cristo Melt sandwich for $6.99 and a soda for $1.99. My cheese curds were brought out first. It was a large portion set in a bowl with a side of ranch dipping sauce. The curds were large and the batter was light with a delicious flavor. The cheese was of good quality, very nice and all gooey yummy.
My sandwich came next and was also very large, it consisted of sliced ham, turkey, swiss cheese, cheddar cheese and honey mustard dressing toasted on sourdough bread with lettuceand tomato on the side. The sandwich was toasted to a nice light brown with melted butter on the outside. The filling of ham and turkey meat was thick and nicely warmed with thick slices of slightly melted great tasting cheeses, which made for a delightful sandwich. I also had a choice of fries, pub chips or coleslaw. I chose the coleslaw which tasted fresh. I was also grateful it was not overly saturated with heavy mayo. My service throughout my meal was friendly, efficient and very accommodating. In fact, while I was waiting for my sandwich another server noticed my soda was getting low and quickly refilled my glass.
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