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About Hinterland Brewery Restaurant
Hinterland…the hub of contemporary American cuisine in Green Bay, WI. Executive Chef, Kelly Qualley, and Sous Chef, Dan Fisher, explore a multicultural approach to cooking and eating. Their journey to create bold flavors and uncommon pairings is a daily mission at Hinterland.
In order to accomplish this sojourn, we've partnered with fisherman in Honolulu, Seattle and Portland, Maine. These partnerships allow our chefs to procure fresh fish as often as two times a day. Other relationships with small, local growers and ranchers allow us to provide our customers with extraordinary game as well as hand-foraged mushrooms and heirloom produce. The result is a menu that evolves with every season and changes everyday.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Contemporary American, Seafood, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Let us bring the experience and sterling reputation of Hinterland directly to your door. Whether you're entertaining 20 guests or 500, Hinterland delivers the finest catering services available. Let your imagination wander, giant South African prawns, authentic wood fire grilled Kobe beef tenderloin, the sky's the limit. Not only will we provide a professional and friendly staff but you'll have our team of chef's at your complete disposal. We specialize in hors d' ouevre parties, holiday parties, rehearsal dinners and elegant weddings. Please call 1-888-604-BEER(2337) to reserve us today.
Private lot directly in front of the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
At Hinterland, the private dining options are endless. Whether your group’s size is 10 people or 200, we can provide the pinnacle experience and value for you and your guests. If your looking for an intimate space for up to twenty people, our private dining room is the perfect space set with candelabras and white linens. Or if a smaller business meeting is the agenda let us facilitate a private room with an LCD projector, screen and "board room" style tables. For groups of 20 to 70 guests, Hinterland’s lounge is the perfect space with its own private bar for reception and plenty of seating for a “sit-down” dinner or passed hors d’ oeuvre party. Also, the entire restaurant is available for private parties of 70 or more people for more formal wedding receptions, holiday parties, business meetings or for any occasion.
Private Party Contact:
Bill Tressler: (920) 438-8050
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Hinterland Brewery Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
My first time here with a friend. Such an inviting building (although moving soon) got to sit right be the fireplace & it was so cozy. Food was terrific, but not a good place to eat for those who aren't adventurous. Our server was very friendly & fun to talk to, albeit it a bit self-conscious.
Hinterland is the best restaurant in Green Bay. The food is amazing, the beer is delicious, and I'm never disappointed. The price is steep compared to the rest of the city, so we usually save it for special occasions and celebrations, but you really can't find a better meal in this region. Thanks, Hinterland!
We had a delicious Valentine's dinner and I was so impressed that although we were running 20 minutes late, they honored our reservation. We were promptly seated near the fireplace and it was a cozy, warm atmosphere. We were headed to a concert and they were very respectful of our time line. I would highly recommend HInterland and I look forward to my next visit. Although they're a brewery, I'm a wine drinker, but my date had a beer and gave it a thumbs-up!
We started with the shrimp, grits and pork belly appetizer - Excellent! Try the beer cocktails - you will be surprised with how good the components balance. Main meals were also very good - we had ribeye and duck breast. Service was very good as well. This was our second time at Hinterland and will return. It's a bit pricey, but worth the money for a nice treat.
I have been going to this restaurant since it opened, some 20 years ago. It has changed and not for the best. The menu was not well balanced. The entrees were cooked well, but sauces were very crude. They no longer do bread service. When you hear something as pretentious as that, it's over. My biggest complaint is the wine list, which is very average and over priced. Rombauer Zin was $77. I just paid $50 in another restaurant. Seghesio Old Vine Zin was $97 and I just paid $52 in a much better restaurant. I'm willing to pay for quality, but enough with the stupid wine prices. Waiter was very nice and attentive.
We hadn't been to Hinterland in over a year. We had anticipated the gracious dining experience we've seen in the past. We were seated in a noisy bar area, had a very stressed server, and were disappointed in the menu - it used to be far more creative with healthier options. Probably wouldn't come back except for beer and pizza nights. Sad to see this change.
Menu changes (nightly?). So the menu we read online was not the menu we were presented the evening we dined. Very limited menu and chef would not prepare anything except what was on the menu that evening. We were unfamiliar with the area, or would have gone somewhere else. Some people are really into goat cheese and hummus. I guess you could say we are pretty much meat/chicken/fish and potatoe people. Really had no idea what we were eating. EXPENSIVE. Courses started at $30. Atmosphere was very nice and our server was absolutely great. We were in Green Bay, WI....not the top of the Ritz in New York. Yes....we LOVE Green Bay :) It was my birthday, and we definitely would not have gone, had I known there was a "daily" menu. The night before a Packer game, I wanted good, fun food. And like I said....we could have walked out, but had no idea what (if anything) was around and our Uber driver had already left. Our server made the evening, but we would not go back. Wish the chef would have been as accomodating.
Picked the place based on Open Table info and the website as we are from out of town. The menu looked great and we all decided it was a good choice. When we arrived, we found that the bar was showing a great football game. We asked if we could sit in the lounge and have dinner so we could watch the game. The host was not overly thrilled with our request, mentioned something about many reservations but eventually agreed to seat us in the bar. The menu was very limited compared to what we saw online. Maybe because they were going to be really busy. Although everything sounded great, nothing really matched what we were looking for. We did have the charcuterie plate and the rangoon dip. Both were awesome as was the Pilsner.
One of the best meals we have ever had with an extensive range of excellent craft beers that our waiter could knowledgably advise as to suitability for our menu selections. The portion sizes were quite large and we could not find room for the delicious sounding desserts. So we chose the “Buy a round for the kitchen” option.
We had 3 appetizers - Bison meatballs, shrimp and a meat and cheese platter, All were excellent.
My entrée was a bone in tenderloin. The cut was not good thick at one end and very thin at the other so the temperature of the steak ran from rare to well done.
The people who ordered the fish were pleased
So we really liked Hinterland. Food was amazing, drinks were good, atmosphere and decor interesting, server friendly and helpful. Would we return? Without a doubt! We wanted to go back the next day but we were headed to the Lackers game and they are closed Sundays.
We had a sampling of the appetizers and salads. All were very good. The shrimp and grits, Korean beef and Brussel sprouts were memorable. We were seated in the bar area even with a reservation. Not a complaint necessarily, but it was quite loud. If you have any issues hearing I'd definitely recommend asking for restaurant seating.
Our server was new and the place was very busy when we came in. Our initial service was slow and a bitty spotty at first. It improved considerably as things calmed down a bit later in the evening. I think our server would have been fine if she'd received a little assistance.
I'd be happy to go back. I recommend their Milwaukee site as well and would love to see one in Madison.
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