100 Milwaukee Area Restaurants to Love This Valentine's DayWe took a look at our data to select the restaurants that are perfect for your Valentine's Day celebrations this year.
100 Milwaukee Area Restaurants to Love This Valentine's Day
Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant - Brookfield
Joey Gerard's - A Bartolotta Supper Club - Greendale
Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
Green Bay's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Fantastic steaks, sides, salads and can't miss desserts. Service was friendly and efficient, everything timed out perfectly, nothing rushed. Excellent choice for a special occasion or fancy date. Prices are above average for Green Bay, but it is still an excellent value because the food is really exceptional. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The food was great, the normal menu was great and they had a special this night that was outstanding. Service was great, friendly, efficient but not in a rush. One of us forgot our credit card, our server was on the phone to us before we left the neighborhood so we could retrieve it quickly. Wonderful place to go! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to Poke the Bear, a bold, flavorful restaurant highlighting Green Bays’s sports heritage. Located in the heart of the Entertainment District you will experience locally sourced cuisine. Inside the Historic Hotel Northland in Downtown and just a short drive to Lambeau Field, this fan focused restaurant combines a warm, welcoming atmosphere with fresh, full flavored food in a sports history environment. Whether you’re a Hotel Northland guest, a football fan, or a food-lover looking for a new favorite spot to dine, Poke the Bear offers everything friends and family need for a great, casual dining experience.
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Greenbay, Wisconsin, is home to the Packers NFL team and some of the country's best dairy products. As befits a city of this size, the town has a lot of different food options to choose from with American, Italian, and Mexican being the most popular. If you’re planning to visit Lambeau Field, you can see the famed Vince Lombardi Trophy while enjoying a beer on tap with cheese curds, Cobb salad, or bratwurst. For those who are really hungry, one of the city’s most popular restaurants has a famous 8-ounce steak filet and red velvet cake slices that are big enough for two.