Bay City Smokehouse's chefs slather slow-roasted meats with signature sauces in a relaxed, Green Bay Packers–themed atmosphere. Hickory smoke envelops succulent ribs with plumes of piquant flavor ($16.95 for a half rack; $19.95 for a full rack), and secret-recipe Sassy Sauce imbues tender beef brisket ($11.95) and pulled pork ($11.25) with zesty spices and Dorothy Parker’s best bon mots. Other classic American fare such as creamy spinach and artichoke dip ($7.95) join the half-pound Ranchero burger ($7.95), which corrals jalapeño poppers, lettuce, and ranch dressing into a kaiser-roll stockade. Darts and a pool table dapple the floor of the lively sports bar, where 20 large televisions beam sports games across the room and vibrant wall murals depict great moments in Packers history, such as the day the color green was invented.
De Pere's Gyro Kabobs' classic Greek dishes will take you back to the old world.
If you want a dainty meal, go elsewhere. If you want a craveworthy dish, get to Gyro Kabobs.
Warm weather, delectable dishes, and an awesome atmosphere make for a dream night out at Gyro Kabobs.
Have a large group? No problem. Head to Gyro Kabobs for easy seating.
Gyro Kabobs can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Drivers can park in the neighboring lot.
The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at Gyro Kabobs, they are making dreams come true.
All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Gyro Kabobs' menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
The chefs at Bonsai Sushi and Asian Cuisine build bottle rockets for the dinner table. But the only thing pyrotechnic about this catchingly named sushi roll is its
flavor: it comprises shrimp tempura, avocado, cream cheese, grilled asparagus, seared white tuna, chipotle mayo, sriracha, fresh jalapenos, and green onions. And it's not the only clever title on this menu of sushi originals. It joins rolls
like Jedi, Wrecking Ball, and Ron Burgundy, which are packed with their own uncommon ingredients like roasted garlic or creamy
cabbage slaw. The selection of sushi bites also pairs with an eclectic drink menu that ranges from local New Glarus craft brews to sake and specialty drinks.
The cozy interior of George Street Cafe, once known to locals as the Chatterhouse, makes it an ideal place to hang out for a drink or dinner, or munch on items from the lounge menu during the in-between times. Regular events include a rousing karaoke night, vinyl night, and ladies' night, as well as 35-cent wings every Tuesday. Customers can pair their snacks with a glass of wine, or a beer drawn from one of the lineup of taps along the bar. George Street Cafe welcomes family gatherings, private parties, and business meetings.
Brewing up a bevy of coffees, teas, and espressos, Ice House is an ideal hangout for caffeine freaks and chamomile junkies alike. To suit traditionalist sensibilities, stick to the basic coffees ($1.50–$2) or café lattes ($2.95–$3.70), and for more daring drink desires, sample from Ice House's variety of creative concoctions. Try a self-explanatory raspberry white-chocolate mocha ($3.20–$4.20) or the grasshopper frappe, a refreshing blend of espresso, mint, and vanilla, topped with whipped cream and imitation grasshoppers made from real crickets ($3.95–$4.45).