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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 Chefs, Dan Fisher, Adam Schierl, and Olen Rice, 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 54304
Contemporary American, Seafood, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Open daily at 11am
Kitchen closes at 10pm
S Ridge Road
$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, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Hinterland Brewery Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Hinterland is no longer fine dining it is an upper end class sports bar..tv's on and very loud like an ordinary sports bar. Food is fine with good selection of beers. Wine list for wine by the glass is very limited and does not even include a simple Merlot. If you want beer and noise this is your place.
I am hopeful that the restaurant will improve over time. My wife and I loved the old Hinterland (cozy and warm). I found the new location to be too noisy with a sports bar ambiance. The food is decent but not mind blowing. I would have found more value at a lower price point , given the bar atmosphere. The service was ok. The beer is fantastic! I do believe Hinterland will be a wonderful game day experience next to Lambeau, but just ok for date night.
It's a beautiful place with great food. I can tell that when it gets warmer, the noise level will be reduced as well, so nothing to complain about on those fronts. The only downside to our meal was that our first waitress was not good at all. She took our drink order and came back for our food order ten minutes later with no drinks. Then we waited another 25 minutes before, still not even having drinks, we went to speak with the front of house staff. Fromthat point on we had other staff taking our order and taking assisting the other tables she covered. From then on, service was superb, quick, and friendly. We'll still go back sometime. Again, the food and ambience were great and service greatly improved to what looked like their norm.
Food was good, very good even. This is not the quiet, quaint Hinterland of old. This is now a big loud bar. I was hoarse by the end of our meal. There were 6 of us, and it was very hard for me to hear what the third person away from me was saying. Still, I wouldn't "not go there" for that reason - that is just what it is now. If you want the same dining experience of the old Hinterland - you aren't going to get that here.
As expected prices were high but portions were so small it was laughable. My piece of pork was the same size as a stick of gum, add 3 shrimp and charge $17. I am not a big eater but I left hungry. We had a party of 6 and it was so loud it was hard to have a conversation with anyone not sitting right next to you. Our waiter was super nice and friendly but never brought the napkins or hot sauce that was requested. I would go back for a few beers and maybe try a pizza but not for anything else.
Was a nice location but not much of a family setting. We asked if there was a kids menu and the said there was a plain burger with cheese. So we ordered it for our 3year old and it was cooked medium rare and cost $ 12.00. Not what we were expecting for price or that no one even asked what we would like it cooked at.
The place is fun, open, and energetic. Food was fantastic, and arrived in a nice timely manner. We both had the fish plate tonight. Waitress was awesome. Hostess was unfriendly and short. Was kind of worried when we walked in. Snapped at the couple ahead of us and us. But as soon as our waitress showed up it was great. Love to be able to see the brew part through the windows. Once everything is done around the Hinterland building I think it will be amazing and can't wait to go back then.
We were there the first day they opened. Our reservation was right on time, service
was prompt and efficient. Food very good. The pizza was a little charred and tasting
bitter, but everything else was excellent. The restaurant was so loud, that conversation
Went opening night and place was very loud.
It is an industrial style atmosphere.
Also the place was strong smoke smelling because it has an open kitchen and the wood fire cooking.
Food was decent.
They have some high end/priced offerings but would like to have a better atmosphere if wanting the finer dinning.
Beer selection was good and they offer other local micro brews in addition to Hinterlands.
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!
Great food and excellent service. My steak was the best steak I have had from anyone, anywhere; perfectly seasoned and perfectly grilled. I can't wait to go back and I am looking forward to going to their new location in the Titletown District next to historic Lambeau Field. This is the best restaurant in Green Bay.
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.
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