1919 Kitchen & Tap

1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay
(920) 965-6970

Recent Reviews


Food special the day we were there. Great homemade chips, and good beer. It a very nice Wisconsin experience.

Mark H

I stopped by the stadium for lunch with a colleague to do some remote work over lunch, something that is probably rare here. Most people are fans who were attending training camp, doing a stadium tour and/or touring the excellent museum. We were seated quickly in the large and airy restaurant. If you're hard of hearing this might not be the place for you because the acoustics aren't great. I ordered the turkey club sandwich and it was good. I upgraded from the house chips to the fries, which I found to be too salty ....and I've been told I use too much. My colleague ordered the pulled pork sandwich and he thought it was just "meh". He wished had more kick or spice to it. He also thought his fries were too salty. I'd probably come back and try something else.

Nicole Wetley

very good food. good service

Heather Marie

Came here for the first time on Friday night. We were able to make a reservation for a party of 6. The atmosphere was great. My boyfriend said that the fish fry tartar sauce was to die for. I had the green and gold flatbread which was great. Nice beer list and our server was very friendly! We’ll be back.

Mary Tibaldo

Really enjoyed our time at 1919. Good selection on menu. Our server was great. Made suggestions, explained certain items, very friendly (a people person). Would definitely recommend 1919 to family & friends.

Joe Lefevre

Stopped with a buddy when in town. Ate at the bar. Service was good and good was amazing. I had the Mac n Cheese burger. It was one of the better burgers I have gotten. Price was ok, given it is located in a stadium cost is what you would expect.

Kathy T

Good pub food reasonably priced and right in Lambeau Field. We are repeat customers and would go back again. Pretzel appetizer was hot and soft, the beer cheese dip was outstanding, and the brat with sauerkraut was great! Always a favorite!

Angaug LNU

We were here a few years ago and it was a great experience. They changed the lay out but it is still a cool place to have a meal and/or drink.


We like to eat here while visiting Green Bay Packer training camp. The food is good, staff is friendly, and the atmosphere is pleasant. I had the greens and grain salad with grilled chicken. It was very good! Others had walleye, pulled pork sandwich, mahi mahi tacos. We had the house potato chips as an appetizer. They are seasoned and crunchy. Everyone liked their food. We shared the strawberry-rhubarb no bake cheesecake dessert. It was light and refreshing with a graham cracker layer in the middle. Extensive beer and drink menu. I suggest calling for a reservation, as this place is popular and fills up!


Great service sizes and options. The bowls of soup are 6 dollars and a decent serving sz is provided. The appetizers are large and priced well. A portion of our group went in there to kill time while others did hall of fame tour


Had actually researched Curley’s in some old information. Got into Green Bay and heard it had closed. Stopped into Lambeau Field to walk around and saw this 1919 restaurant. Found out it was the “Curley’s” I was looking for! I had my sights set on the beer cheese bisque and it was delicious!! On a Friday evening around 7:30 we got right in and out bartender was great! My husband ordered their signature Old Fashioned and I got the Lemon Spritz. Both very good! For dinner I got my Beer Cheese bisque and Caesar salad. Bisque was amazing and the salad had a unique dressing and so delicious! My husband got the brat and homemade chips and we couldn’t stop eating them! Fresh cut potatoes with a bbq seasoning!!! Would have taken more home!! Was a great surprise in addition to being at the Field for the first time! Staff was friendly and we have to remember that staffing restaurants across the country is hard these days and most staffers are having to work more than usual to help the businesses. Please be mindful and courteous.

Naresh Guddeti

First Visited as part GreenBay week restaurant event. Really liked the ambience and food. Service is good, we asked non alcoholic and vegan options and waiter patiently listened. Got to know about the history why it named as 1919. Main entrance of this restaurant is at 19th yard of Lambeau field. Must visit for everyone.

Derek Siroin

Excellent Service here at 1919 Kitchen and Tap right Inside the Lambeau Field Atrium and the food was excellent.And I will say, the Beer Battered Fries… OMG… the best fries I have ever had!!!You need to try them.Good atmosphere, comfy chairs! Not the high tops though ?

Steve Riske

Quality food. Excellent atmosphere and a excellent location in Lambeau Field.

matt w

I stopped in with my family after doing a stadium tour. There was a wait, but we put our name in and went down to the pro shop. When our table was ready, we were seated quickly. The service was great and the food was very good. Best fried cheese curds during our trip. I would highly recommend for a family friendly meal.

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