Best overall food in Green Bay bar NONE.
I have traveled exstensively throughout the country,and spend a week to 10 days a year for, the past 30 years in Green Bay (Big Packer fan).The three places I like to indulge are- breakfast THE ALLOUEZ CAFE- homemade bread,and homefries, large portions. Next - KROLL'S westside and eastside, best burgers and chilly ( very addictive )WALLY'S SPOT SUPPER CLUB- filet wrapped in beacon unbeatable, walleye pike, perch, homemade chicken noodle soup, baked chicken and dressing ,delicous. The owner comes around to each table to personally greet you. It makes you feel at home. I've been going to Wally's Spot for (30) years now and have not been disappointed yet.!!!!!!
Food was fair to middlin. I enjoyed my T-bone steak, baked potato was tender. My dining companion enjoyed his duck a' l'orange--was happy that they served the orange sauce on the side as it was very strong. Atmosphere was decent. But I expected more from a place with cloth napkins that's for sure.
A 5-star Spot!!.
This is a friendly, family-owned supper club that not only serves great food, but has entertainment on the weekends, as well! Our group of four ordered duck (flavorful and juicy), shish-kabob (tender and perfectly cooked), walleye (nicely breaded and big!), and the tenderloin/lobster combo (tasty and succulent). We also split a couple of appetizers, which were excellent, and enjoyed a good bottle of wine. We were very impressed by this restaurant and would highly recommend it to anyone.
I had the prime rib which was delicious! I also had the fried shrimp, which were not greasy at all and were huge. The ceasar salad was lemony and fresh. My table split some orders of roasted garlic- I highly recommend that addition.