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About Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant
Fashioned after a German hops house with an urban twist and a better sense of humor, our Beer Hall boasts two wood burning fireplaces, display kitchen, full lunch and dinner menus and open garage doors to our Beer Garden during our two weeks of Wisconsin summer. It’s the perfect vibe when you want to pop in for a gourmet wood fired pizza, out-of-this-world burgers or other Hinterland favorites.
Green Bay, WI 54304
Contemporary American, Seafood, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Open daily at 11am
Kitchen closes at 10pm
S Ridge Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private lot directly in front of the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
At Hinterland, the private dining options are endless. Whether your group’s size is 10 people or 200, we can provide the pinnacle experience and value for you and your guests. If your looking for an intimate space for up to twenty people, our private dining room is the perfect space set with candelabras and white linens. Or if a smaller business meeting is the agenda let us facilitate a private room with an LCD projector, screen and "board room" style tables. For groups of 20 to 70 guests, Hinterland’s lounge is the perfect space with its own private bar for reception and plenty of seating for a “sit-down” dinner or passed hors d’ oeuvre party. Also, the entire restaurant is available for private parties of 70 or more people for more formal wedding receptions, holiday parties, business meetings or for any occasion.
Private Party Contact:
Bill Tressler: (920) 438-8050
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
The food was marginal and the ambiance was bland.
The biggest issue I had today was the lack of service. After I sat down the first server did not touch base with me for 20 minuets. The server who finally did was very nice and apologetic. They even offered me a free drink for this slight. After taking my order I waited an additional 25 minuets for my food to arrive. The food was hot, thank goodness, and the flavor was ok, but the size of the plate had everything stacked on top of each other. I asked for and did receive an additional plate to separate the “food pile”.
Now if the restaurant had been busy I would have understood the delays, but when I counted there were 19 people there and 7 servers.
Overall a disappointing experience.
Huge disappointment! I expect a clean, organized venue when paying $16 for a hamburger. The restroom was dirty, only 1 out of 3 toilets were functional the others were clogged. The restroom sink was filthy. The restaurant was unkept as well. The staff didn't seem to know what was going on and they were short on menus. Our waitress was nice enough, but the menu seemed to have changed, for the worse, since Hinterland moved to Titletown. Food was good, but I would expect tastier for the price.
The food was tasty but not worth the price. Enjoyed the beer! The bartender and waitress were attentive. I found the noise level to be too high for conversation(hopefully they can find a way to buffer the noise). The atmosphere was interesting, very authentic German heritage beer hall. Did it once, probably won't be back. Oh, and fruit flies...
The food was good but the atmosphere was disappointing. This is our first time visiting the new location and we miss the vibe and the overall ambiance of the old location. The staff was all very young and inexperienced, resulting in slow and poor service. The high ceilings mean busy evenings are incredibly loud - it was difficult to hear the others at our own table.
We were seated upon arrival. The server was new-ish (about 3 weeks experience here).
We sat down and he immediately asked us what we'd like to drink. Keep in mind this is a brewery with an extensive beer list. Nowhere on the beer menu was there anything about flights, and the server neglected to mention it. Found out after we had started on our drinks when we saw one go by. We ordered the fried brussels sprouts (delicious), the fried cauliflower(delicious and a bit spicy), edamame hummus (also good). Our friends had a (good sized) Ribeye which they said was very good. My wife and I shared the Chicken "Tikka Masala" which was tasty. We needed to ask for additional plates and steak knives. There was no anticipation by the server. The dessert was a bourbon bread pudding and was very good. All in all, the food was very good, the beer was excellent, the restaurant was nice, and the service could use a bit of training. We all would definitely return.
We sat at 6:45pm (party of 8), ordered right away, got our appetizers and drinks promptly--however, our food did not come until a few minutes before 8pm. Really unbelievable. The cauliflower app was not good, burger was decent, pizza OK.
The atmosphere was beautiful however, and the server was nice.
If you are in a hurry, don't go there. Also, the restaurant was busy, but not off the chain slammed.
The food was absolutely delicious, but, unfortunately, we could not enjoy it due to cold fingers and shivering. We were seated in the back room of Hinterland next to the windows and could not take our jackets off the entire evening. I downloaded a room thermometer app, and it was 62 degrees inside. Very few of the customers had their jackets off, and our waitress stated that she asked management to turn up the heat due to the complaints. She was very frustrated and offered dessert, but we declined as we just wanted to leave to warm up. At the price point of the food, it was extremely discouraging and disappointing. We would like Hinterland to succeed in our community, and their downtown business was fantastic! We will graciously try it again, but will not go through Open Table. Instead, we'll call directly to secure a fireplace table to avoid the backroom again. Either that, or we'll don our longjohns, hats, mittens, and parkas. This gives new meaning to the term "Tundra!" :) We did email management but never heard anything which we hope is not indicative of a dismissive leadership. We will definitely recommend to out-of-town guests for a fun Lambeau experience.
Blah. Went once on a Saturday during the summer... despite over half the restaurant being empty, we were told by a pretentious young man that there was no availability for several hours. Trying too hard to create buzz... imo. Not gonna work in GB.
Gave it one more try, on a Monday, this time with an OpenTable reservation. Again, only 4 tables occupied in the whole place... same pretentious host tries to seat us crammed into a 2-top between parties. Insane! Ok, I ask and we're seated somewhere with a little more space. Food was ok, but again... trying too hard to add a 'big city trendy' vibe to every dish. The atmosphere is perfect... real wood fireplace, modern open-area concept, high-top drinks/social area... great setup. Food is... ehhh. And they still haven't figured out the service aspect... reference the seating issues already mentioned, and the dirty table that sat in front of me and was never attempted to be tidied up after our appetizer overflowed it's plate. Don't forget... flies! Tons of them... couldn't even focus on conversation or take a bite without having to shoo them away. Killed 4 myself. This was the day after Packer game day though... I guess I should've known. My fault?
Honestly, I'm not normally this picky, or easily irritated... but if I'm paying $90 for dinner for two in what is essentially a sports bar, it had better be impressive. Sorry, it wasn't.
Menu was limited but food quality was good. Very disappointed that the beer prices were different on the menu from what the bill showed. I had two beers—One was eight dollars the other was nine dollars on the menu. The bill showed the beers as $10 and $12. It was so busy I didn’t bother to question it. I paid and left. That was disappointing. The beer was good but the prices were way too high.
The food is well prepared and, with a couple exceptions, top notch. Tortillas on the fish tacos should be more authentic. They looked like grocery store flour tortillas. The place is loud, so if you want to visit with your table mates, you should go somewhere else. Overall it was fun and good. Prices are high.
Beer was very good, huge fan of the cherry wheat. We are in the restaurant industry so we understand a few hiccups every now and then. We figured hinterland had plenty of time now to get their new business open and able to work out the kinks. We waited 30 min for our appetizer of fried cauliflower. The dish itself was delicious but waiting that long for an appetizer was disappointing. Our main meal was the steak and barramundi. The barramundi was cold like it was sitting for a long time before being served and the steak was very rare instead of medium rare. The flavors of the dishes were wonderful but I just wish the execution was better. When paying for good quality food, you want it to be cooked properly and hot. The traditional beer hall environment was awesome the the new business itself is really nice. Overall, we had a good date night and are more than willing to give hinterland another go, in hopes that it was just a bad night they were having.
Our server Jenny G was amazing ...very attentive and friendly ! But the food leaves much to be desired. The lunch menu is so limited and for the price definitely not worth it! The food when you were at the Broadway location was amazing . Sorry not impressed with the good at all
Very friendly and competent wait staff...from check in to waitress to coffee server. Attractive, natural woods, greys, charcoal, white.s n blacks, ...all a handsome, contemporary decor with it.s birch tree n hunter theme.
Having a cup of coffee, your favorite beverage, ..or a a house-specialty... or a Hinterland Brew,... you will enjoy the experience. Next door... Lambeau Field, Titletown Park, ...the new Kohler Lodge.
Beautiful architecture & ambience.
First of all, the decor is beautiful. The location across from Lambeau is convenient as well. The food menu was limited, but that is understandable. It was a Saturday afternoon and many restaurants have abbreviated menus on the weekends. The food was good, but very expensive. I don't mind paying extra, but the food should reflect it.
The beer selection was great, but I had two beers that were not that cold. I'm not saying they were warm - I drank them! Ha! It was extremely loud in the restaurant. Not a problem if you are there with people to watch a game, but too loud for a conversation. We sat downstairs. There is an upstairs that seemed more appropriate for that.
Overall, it was a nice place. I probably won't be headed back anytime soon. I'm choosing the Cannery or 1919 if I am going to be looking for a higher end pub.
One more thing - the waitstaff and servers were very nice.
Nothing like their other location. This place is sterile and industrious. Food selections very limited. Waited on drinks several times. Price way too high for the mediocre quality of food and service. I would not recommend coming to this location. They are ruining their brand with this location.
Being busy at Hinterland does not equate to a great experience during a Packers home weekend. We walked in to the restaurant WITH A RESERVATION and the hostess/host stand was utter chaos. First impressions matter and I was ready to walk out after our experience with the folks at the front! Rude, rude, rude and completely unorganized. They did not acknowledge us when we approached and I noticed that they were belligerent to other guests without reservations and just a tad better towards us when we said we had reservations. The man that sat us was condescending and when he tried to seat us in an area that we specifically said we didnt want to sit in, he immediately challenged us and said we could talk to a manager instead of trying to reconcile the situation himself. Our server was sweet but stretched. Runners did not seem to know their table numbers and we kept getting other people's orders. Food was very good but not worth the trouble.........
Our first time at Hinterland, lots of choices for craft beer! Atmosphere was more industrial, it was loud and conversation was difficult. Appetizer was seasonal veggies with 2 spreads, for $16 I expected much more than what it was. The Rueben pizza was excellent! Not a lot of choices on the menu, and no specials.
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