Lipsky's Dyckesville, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
6459 Sturgeon Bay Rd
Dyckesville, Wisconsin 54217
2.5 out of 5
based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Map of Lipsky's
- Mon - Thurs: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tavern is open till bar close.
- Cross Streets
- Sturgeon Bay Rd and Oak Leaf Dr
- Handicap Access
- Handicap Access
- Price Range
- Inexpensive $(under$8)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover
- Meals Served
- Beer, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Hamm and Hamm Lite Cans
- Right on the water
- Check website for entertainment schedule
- Outdoor Seating
- Outdoor Patio
- Pool Table, Juke Box, ATM
Restaurant Review of Lipsky's in Dyckesville, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
August 4, 2011
Driving back into Green Bay I decided to stop in at Lipsky's Pizza and Burgers restaurant which is located in Dyckesville, east of Green Bay. Lipsky's is known for baking their pizzas in a wood burning oven. The restaurant is small and is housed in an old building. It has a very casual, laid back atmosphere. As you walk in, you immediately see the register with the wood burning oven. There is a very small counter with a few stools and a few tables for dining and the kitchen is all open behind the counter. To the left of the center front room is a larger area for eating. The area has cubbyhole booths with wooden seats and even more tables. The interior is older, done with colors of dark aqua and maroon with old worn indoor carpeting and very old linoleum flooring.
It was a Tuesday at around 12:45pm and there was one girl working who was doing all the cooking, serving, and ringing up the orders. She was very friendly and seemed to have everything under control. I decided to try their pizza so I ordered the Lipsky's Special, a 16 inch thin crust for $20.00 which consisted of fresh mushrooms, sausage, pepperoni, and onions. I also ordered a soda for $1.50. The waitress brought me a cold can of soda and left after taking my order. After a reasonable amount of time I asked if I could have some ice water and she promptly brought back a large glass filled with ice water. She then brought out a plate with a fork and knife. The pizza came out a few minutes later and was piping hot and smelling delicious. The crust was not as thin as some pizzas that I have eaten in the past but it certainly was not deep dish thickness. There was a good amount of ingredients on the pizza with a good portion of melted mozzarella which condensed more towards the middle of the pizza versus equally spread out towards the edges. The pizza sauce had a good flavor as did all the other ingredients. The outside slices were crunchy but the center of the pizza was more on the soggy side, since that is where the thickest part of the cheese gathered. Next time I stop in I will have to try their burgers for they also looked very tempting.
Bar Review Lipsky's Dyckesville, WI
September 9, 2009
Wow. What a couple of weeks I had. I had to fly back home unexpectedly for family stuff. Mainly, mom kinda family stuff. She had back surgery and needed a slave mule for a little while. Can you hear the precious violin music playing a sad song for me in the background? Don't get me wrong, I love my mama and would be her slave mule for as long as she needed, but man, oh man, does it feel good to be back home :)
Now on to what you really want to read about! After my *cough cough* extended vaca I wanted someone to wait on me for a change. And I wanted a quiet place to relax with some friends and converse over something other than "when do I get my grandbabies" or "why don't you move back to Florida." So, my girlfriend suggested Lipsky's in Dyckesville. Lipsky's a little bit of a drive but at this point I didn't care, I just wanted to go somewhere.
We went early in the day, around 5ish, because none of us were in the mood for a crowd. And at that time in the day, let me say, Dyckesville looks like a ghost town! It was perfect. Lipsky's is a dive / sports bar and it's a decent sized space. The four of us sat at the bar, since there was no one else around but the owners. Two Bloody Mary's were ordered, one beer chaser, a Lienie's and an MGD 64. Can you guess which one I had? Am I that predictable with my lite beers? Absolutely. The Bloody Mary's were spicy and delicious. They even come with an imitation crab meat stick and pickle spear in it. I thought that was pretty cool. And of course, my 64 tasted refreshing. All those drinks ran us $15. Now, that's a sweet deal. The bartender asked us if we wanted to play a raffle-try-your-luck type of game for $1. I told her I felt lucky and she said that there is a 1 in 10 chance of winning. So then I felt double lucky. You have to pick a square and if your number matches up to this other number than you can win cool prizes, like, a candy bar or shot glass. To be honest, I don't care what the prize is, I only want to win. I tried and lost. My other partners in crime tried and lost too. The game must be rigged. That or luck was far, far away from where we were.
Looking around Lipsky's there were several kinds or arcade games, a pool table, a high tech juke box, and an ATM machine. And if you look out the big bay window in the back then you can see that there is an outside patio with what looks like an outside bar as well. Upon further inspection I would say that the bar part is NOT operable but there are still tables for you to sit at and enjoy the weather.
Lipsky's was just what I needed for a little girl time and drinks. Keep in mind, we went out early and it was empty but the bartender told me that it gets pretty packed later in the night. If you're looking for a busy atmosphere, hold off going until 9 or later.