5 Bars in Green Bay You Must Visit

Bars in Green Bay are choice spots for whiling the night away. Green Bay is the county seat of Brown County, Wisconsin.  This city is Wisconsin's third largest, and hosts several meatpacking and paper manufacturing plants. BBOnline recommends the following bars in Green Bay for your visit.

Tom, Dick and Harry's
835 Potts Avenue
Green Bay, WI  
(920) 499-4834
www.tomdickharrys.com 

Tom, Dick and Harry's has several areas such as the restaurant that can seat up to 300 diners, serving lunch and dinner. Menu choices include salads, seafood, wraps, burgers, gourmet pizzas and its unique two-foot bratwurst. Its Patio Bar is an indoor bar that has five glass doors, giving the feeling an outdoor venue. At the back is the Club, which is an 8,000-square-meter entertainment area. The Bar offers several choices of all the best known beer brands, including Wisconsin and Midwest brews. There are also wines, and they produce their own vodka.

Hinterland Lounge
313 Dousman Street
Green Bay, WI
(920) 438-8050
www.hinterlandbeer.com

Hinterland brews its own beer at the Hinterland Brewhouse, so you get a taste of really fresh beer at the Lounge. Beer choices are Pale Ale, Amber Ale, Luna Stout, Cherry Wheat, Oktoberfest and Maple Bock. There's an impressive wine list, and the food menu includes beer battered fish tacos and spicy artisanal sausage pizza. This bar is open from 4 p.m. until midnight, with happy hour specials from 4 to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

The Stadium View Bar and Grille
1963 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI
(920) 498-1989
www.thestadiumview.com

The Stadium View Bar and Grille, just a short distance from your Green Bay Bed and Breakfast, is located right in the center of the entertainment district. The place is a good choice to celebrate or unwind after a Packers game at Lambeau Field, or a Resch Center event. They also have a long menu of drinks that you can pair with food menu options such as pizza, wraps, burgers, gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups, appetizers, wings, Mexican specialties and house specials like Jerry's Famous BBQ Ribs or Broasted Chicken. This bar opens at 10 a.m. daily.

Jimmy Seas
1330 Marine St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
(920) 438-7640
www.jimmyseas.com

One of the few bars in Green Bay which is located on the waters, Jimmy Seas has a great patio that makes for a cool way to spend the night. It serves Friday Fish fry and South of the Border choices, wraps, specialty sandwiches, appetizers, grilled burgers, salads and soups. Jimmy's has live music courtesy of local bands. On Tuesdays it's $2.50 for choice Corona beers (2010 price). Happy Hour is from 3 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Top Hat Club
1139 Main Street
Green Bay, WI
(906) 789-1250
www.thetophatclub.com

The Top Hat Club is not too far from your Green Bay Inn, and it serves the best martinis and drinks in town. The drink list also includes ice cream drinks, blender drinks and freshly squeezed juice drinks. The house specialties include Black Russians, chocolate Cokes, Manhattans, Gimlets, Rusty Nails and more. Happy hour is from 4 to 7 p.m.  Monday through Friday, and the bar offers a $4 martini and a special combination of mixed drinks and gourmet appetizers.