Kavarna Coffeehouse: It was darn cold when I arrived in Green Bay (and snowing), so I warmed up with a cortado and a hearty piece of a berry crumble.
The Attic: This was pretty cool. Not often do you walk into a coffee shop (that also has used books) and the barista asks if she can experiment making a new drink for you. Heck yeah. I had what’s now called a Tundra Latte. A new invention for the espresso/chocolate fan in Green Bay.
Kroll’s West: OK. So I now know there are two Kroll’s. I will state that my fans sent me to Kroll’s West, the location across from Lambeau Field (Green Bay’s capital). While I didn’t have time to go to both, I truly enjoyed my time here. I loved the “Press for Service” buttons at each table. And those cheese curds. The best I had in Green Bay.
Titletown Brewing Co.: I was told a visit to Green Bay wouldn’t be complete without a beer from Titletown. These guys know how to make beer. I had what’s called a Dark Helmet Schwartzbier and took some back for the crew. If you’re there when they make New England Claw Chowder, get a bowl of that too.