Eating healthy can raise questions such as, "Are crayons a fruit or a vegetable?" and "How many steaks does a growing baby need?" Answer culinary questions with today's deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of healthy, seasonal fare at The Urban Frog, located on North Broadway.
Listed in The Essential Gluten-Free Dining Guide, the health-honed chefs and drinksmiths of The Urban Frog deploy an arsenal of organic and locally produced ingredients to craft invigorating vittles and flagons of revitalizing refreshments. Breakfast seekers unleash a tornado of teeth upon the Midwest Wrap ($6.95) with scrambled eggs, nitrate-free, honey-cured ham, cheddar cheese, green peppers, and sweet red onions on a multi-grain tortilla. The organic hummus and organic seasonal vegetable plate ($3.50), the pumpkin wrap ($6.45 for a whole), and the spiritual spinach salad ($7.25)—with shredded carrots, black olives, artichoke hearts, feta cheese, and soy nuts—are sure to please veggie votaries. The gluten-free pizzas ($7.25), with gourmet toppers such as avocado, fresh basil, red ripe tomato, and feta cheese, delight discus jockeys and Italian plumbers alike. A team of Olympic squeezers renowned for their ability to draw juice from bricks work behind the scenes to concoct nutrient-rich beverages including the zinger (carrot, apple, and lemon, $3.50 for a medium) and Popeye’s potion (spinach, cucumber, and celery, $4.50 for a medium). To regulate tongue temperatures, The Urban Frog also whips up fruity shakes blended with nonfat frozen yogurt as well as piping hot coffee creations.
The Urban Frog's inviting, WiFi-stocked arms make it a cozy, convenient place to curl up with a book and warming drink while shielded from the wintery winds, whose incessant chatter makes reading nearly impossible. Stop by any Saturday during the winter to nosh nourishing treats while perusing an indoor farmers’ market, featuring locally sourced items such as organic veggies, baked goods, eggs, and bison.
163 N Broadway
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303Get Directions