The atmosphere at Jonny Hammers is that of a classic diner and bar, with regulars enjoying a game at the free pool table while guests discuss the finer points of the game over pints of Wisconsin beers. While watching the day’s favored sport’s game on the bar’s television or socializing on the patio, guests can dig into classic American dishes such as burgers, fish fry plates, and thin crust pizzas bursting with fresh produce like an embezzling scarecrow. The diner opens up bright and early at 6 AM every day, with a 12-hour happy hour seeing it through until the evening bar hours.
If the giant crab and bright Corona banners hanging from the ceiling are any indication, Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant is a great place to kick back and have fun with friends—or family—over a meal. Along with the ever-popular Mexican favorites such as fajitas or taco dinners, the restaurant also has all-you-can-eat crab legs throughout the week, and plenty of tasty drink specials to help wash it all down. Karaoke nights three times a week add to the fun, or at the very least give a great excuse to order another margarita.
Hard as it is to hold off on the pizzas at Tarantino, it might be worth it if it means a chance to try the appetizers. Diners can begin by splitting orders of mozzarella sticks, buffalo wings, or eggplant strips. Then it's time to dig into one of the specialty pies, such as the Mexican pizza: mozzarella and cheddar cheese topped with ground beef, black olives, and onion. Pastas include lasagna, mostaccioli, and ravioli, the latter of which comes stuffed with meat, spinach, or cheese, and never a note that says, "IOU one ravioli stuffing."
The cozy confines of Happy Tap help create an inviting spirit that encourages visitors to stop in, grab a stool, and linger for a bit while enjoying a beer. Scattered flat-screen televisions ensure that patrons never miss a game when they visit, and the neighborhood bar's dark wooden walls are laden with Packers decorations celebrating the legacy of Green Bay football. In between sips, Happy Tap tempts guests with its signature thin-crust pizzas, which emerge from the kitchen with layers of melted cheese and hearty toppings supported by atop a disk of oven-crisped dough.
Though Italian Express serves up a host of freshly baked, bubbling pizzas, the menu also promises a vast array of baked pastas, salads, hoagies, and appetizers. Guests dig into pies topped with italian sausage or barbecue chicken, or twirl forks in plates of creamy carbonara or eggplant parmigiana.
Before it became a large-scale pizza manufacturer, Palermo's Pizza was simply an Italian restaurant run by Gaspare Fallucca and his wife Zina. The Fallucca's are back to their restaurant roots offering freshly baked classic and wood-fired pizzas at Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo. Along with pizzas, guests enjoy homemade soups, fresh salads, and Italian desserts within a cafe atmosphere. Patrons can even tour the pizza factory, attend a tasting event, or participate in a pizza making class.