Restaurants in Titletown District
The Titletown District is a great family attraction on Packers game day and all year round. From tubing on the Ariens Hill run, or ice skating at the Titletown rink during the winter months, to a fantastic hotel stay during Packers training camp, there is something for everyone. One of the biggest attractions at Titletown is the food. Care for a snack at the bottom of Ariens Hill? Looking for top-tier restaurants in Green Bay, the dining options at the Titletown District have you covered.
46 Below is named after two things: It was the wind chill temperature during the famous 1967 Ice Bowl game, and it’s also the distance below the tube run you’ll find the restaurant. This unique bistro is open Sunday through Wednesday from 11 am to 6 pm, and 11 am to 8 pm Thursday through Sunday. Food options include sandwiches and wraps, salads, cafe bites, and beverages. There are a few options for kids, and don’t forget the cheese curds! Call (920)569-7516 for more information.
Hinterland Brewery and Restaurant
Hinterland is not new to Green Bay. They are known for their “hand-crafted” beer and fantastic American-style cuisine. On the second floor, you’ll find the High Gravity Test Kitchen. Hinterland uses that test kitchen for new flavor combinations and unique food pairings. Reservations are suggested for dining at High Gravity.
Taverne in the Sky
Green Bay is not known for towering buildings. So it doesn’t take much to get a “panoramic” view of the Titletown District. In fact, Taverne in the Sky is on the fifth floor of the Kohler Lounge, and you can see for miles from your table. Enjoy the great wine selection, the rotisserie chicken, or prime rib. The restaurant includes a fantastic outdoor terrace for drinks just yards from Lambeau Field.
Leaps and Bounds
On game day, you need to head into Leaps and Bounds for a warm-up. Grab some coffee, pastries, salads, or light sandwiches. If you are bundled up, hang out on the terrace.
Dining Options Outside of Titletown District
Outside the Titletown district, you can find great food options. We also suggest checking out the following options. For pizza, we suggest Sammy’s Pizza & Italian on Oneida Street. The Green Bay Distillery is just southeast of Lambeau Field, and it’s a great spot for game-day drinks. Looking for a Green Bay sports bar? Try Burkels One Block Over.