Greater Green Bay

2013 Official Visitors Guide

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dining like a local One of the best parts about going on vacation is trying the local cuisine. Here are just a few of our favorites…Start your day with breakfast and coffee at LaJava A Roasting House or Kavarna. For great family lunches, try Mackinaw's Grill, known for their "Up North" cabin feel or Kroll's West, located just steps from Lambeau Field. Or, for a 50s diner atmosphere, head over to Zesty's Frozen Custard & Grill for a burger and a banana split. MAIN PHOTO: Field to fork cuisine from Three Three Five. INSET: Dine at Hinterland Brewery On the fine dining front, the newest addition is Café Chanson with French cuisine. Pairing wines with food can be a fun adventure, and you can find that at Syrah Restaurant & Wine Bar that overlooks the Bay of Green Bay. Take advantage of summer nights by dining outdoors! Enjoy the sunset while sitting riverside at Regatta 220, Hagemeister Park or Fox Harbor Pub for a casual dining experience. Finally, if you're looking for the famous Wisconsin fish fry, you have several options in Greater Green Bay. Graystone Ale House, Brett Favre's Steakhouse and Titletown Brewing Company all offer fish and chips specials with their own unique take on the state tradition. Shop & Taste Not only does Green Bay have great restaurants, but it has a store of 20,000 gadgets. Chefs and first-time cooks alike should stop at Cook's Corner for cookware, cutlery and bakeware. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a visit to Beerntsen's Candies for a homemade truffle. And, make sure sampling one of Seroogy's Chocolates' nationally-acclaimed snappers is on your list… imagine pecans drizzled with homemade caramel and covered with chocolate. Finally, for all the cheese lovers out there, local cheese artisans craft their own unique flavors. Try fresh cheese curds at Scray Cheese or a finely aged cheddar at Nala's fromagerie. What a perfect way to take some local flavor back home with you. Wine-Making Experts Locally grown, cold-hardy grapes supply some of the finest family-owned wineries here in Northeastern Wisconsin. Captain's Walk Winery has a unique glass window in the hardwood floor revealing the winery's cellar. Be sure you try the award-winning Captain's Cabernet Sauvignon. Get out into the countryside and visit Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery, the Tuscan-inspired winery and its nine-acre vineyard. Tour the vineyard, see the wine-making process and take a sip of their acclaimed Glacier White. Finally, tour the turn-of-the century limestone caverns at von Stiehl Winery in nearby Algoma, and finish with a taste of the winery's #1 selling Riesling. 1-888-867-3342 | www.greenbay.com | 33

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