Honeybaked Ham and Cafe Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
933 Anderson Drive
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
Honeybaked Ham and Cafe Description
Honeybaked Ham and Cafe> Reviews
4 out of 5
based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
We found the sandwich shop to be bright and clean, with a few table for sitting ( I would assume many people take their lunch across the street to enjoy in the park). They have a system of ordering lunch packages.....sort of "Build A Lunch" where you pick a main sandwich (I tried the Chicken Salad Croissant) a side ( mine was Cole Slaw & Chips) a drink (I chose refillable fountain soda) and a dessert if you like (everything from cookies to home made pie slices). Your lunch is constructed if front of you by friendly service people. As I watched, I also noticed the displays that showed off their great Smoked Hams and Roasted Turkeys they are famous for !
My guest and I chose to stay inside to enjoy our meal. It has a peaceful feel with music, with large windows to enjoy the view of outdoors & Klipstine Park. Our food was tasty.....more filling than we thought it would be !! My guest enjoyed a large chef salad, and my "Build a Lunch" was just perfect for a mid-day cooler lunch. I think the professional smoked ham and turkey that they prepare in-house makes their sandwiches a bit different than the "chain" sandwich shops. It will be a cafe that we return to when near the park !
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Honeybaked Ham and Cafe Events
Honeybaked Ham and Cafe Basics
- Salads and Sandwiches
- Mon - Thurs: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Closed - Sunday
- Cross Streets
- Anderson off Oneida
- Price Range
- Inexpensive $(under$8)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard
- Carryout and Delivery on $40 or More
Honeybaked Ham and Cafe Features
- Meals Served
- Worth Noting
- They feature a great selection of ham and turkey sandwiches, salads, and so much more.
- Honey Baked Ham
- All ages
- Outdoor Seating
Restaurant Review of Honeybaked Ham and Cafe in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
August 20, 2010
I just wanted a quick lunch so I thought I would go and try The Honeybaked Ham and Cafe which is located in Ashwaubenon on the border of West Green Bay. As I walked in the cafe the wonderful aromas of baking ham and turkey assailed my senses, which made my hunger more acute and also gave me a comfy feeling. The interior is immaculate with cute black and white diamond pattern flooring and nice lighting for there are large picture windows along the whole front and side of the building. For seating there is a counter by the front windows, a few patio tables outside, and a few more inside. The main focal point in the room is a long semi-circular counter with a soda machine, water cooler, and condiments on one end and the register in the middle. You can observe them make your order while you wait. Throughout the cafe they carry gourmet mustards, sauces, pre dry packaged soups, and chips for sale.
There are pads of order forms for you to fill out your food order and then you pay for your food right away at the counter. I was impressed with the two women who were working; their efficiency and customer service despite the lunch rush was commendable. Although they were busy filling out catering and to go orders they never ignored me, they worked as a team, and were very helpful with any of my questions. I was treated with the attitude that the customer comes first. I ordered one of their classic sandwiches, the Honeybaked Ham Classic for $4.79, and a large bottle of water for $.99. My sandwich consisted of honeybaked ham on a croissant with Havarti cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, and creamy honey mustard. My sandwich was brought out on a straw flat basket with a paper liner with my sandwich on top with a couple of thick napkins. I was asked if I would like a cup with ice for my water and she quickly filled the cup with ice and brought it to my table. The sandwich was delicious; the croissant was fresh with a nice light and flakey texture. The ham was thickly sliced, very lean, and slightly warm with just a light sweet flavor. When the flavors combined with the honey mustard it just added the right element and made the sandwich come nicely together. Next time I must try one of Honeybaked Ham and Cafe’s salads or desserts.