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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 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
Service was spotty. Disingenuous friendliness/disinterest. Lunchtime sun through tall window was blinding at our and many other tables without any mention when being seated or effort(s) to minimize/control thereafter. Limited menu choices but food was good.
Good food, just a narrow menu width left us wanting more. More option with steak or seafood dinner items. Better dessert options.
Great atmosphere. Wish the gift shop was open longer so we could have picked up stuff after dinner finished. It was only 9ish and it was closed.
Food wait was looong! Overpriced ! Quality of food was poor. Waitress was good. Will never return! Ran out of tenders on kids menu. Burgers were under cooked (and i eat medium rare). Cheese curds were ridiculously priced and not great. Plenty of fries! Too many! Steak dinners were ok but not worth 42. Even the carrot cake was seved over bitter crannberry sauce!
Accoustics are terrible!
Our waitress did not come to our table until about :12 minutes after we sat down. She did apologize, advised there was a mix up.
The table's for two are WAY to close together. There is zero opportunity for conversation with your date, friend, etc...as those sitting right next to you hear everything. Plus, if someone needs to get in and out to go to the restroom...your butt is right in their face, because you cannot get out without turning...unless you are a size 0-2.
All of our meals were undercooked. Our shrimp was raw, steak was rare, and hamburger was almost raw. We at the rest and took the meat home to cook to the desired temperature.
There are 8 entree's on the menu. The lowest price is a $16 burger. You could expand the menu slightly to offer a few more items. Meatloaf for $32?
I know it was a busy night, so we are willing to try it again. We'll see what happens next time.
Thanks for the opportunity to share.
The Ocean Trout I had was not cooked all the way through and the chicken my wife ordered was undercooked as well. Service was ok, but despite it not being that busy, we did not get refills on our waters and took a while for us to get our check. Normally I overlook things like that and understand life happens due to past restaurant jobs I've had. I figured it was worth bringing up due to if it was my place I would want to know what we can improve but also the idea that my wife and I dropped $100+ means that you expect a higher level of service/food than a typical Perkins like restaurant. The place looks awesome...the beer you have is awesome...parking was good....hostess & server were friendly. Good luck over there!
We dined at Hinterland for a business meeting. After reading the reviews about the loud noise level, I requested a more quiet area. We were seated in their back area and it was a little better. This is a beer hall with high ceilings and can get very noisy. The décor and atmosphere were fun. For Appetizers we had the cheese curds, tonatto toast, brussel sprouts and the new, adventurous bone marrow appetizer. They were all very good. For dinner, two in our group had the artisan sausage platter, two had the burger and I had the Blackened Barramundi. All were very tasty. I think the pricing is crazy though. $16 for a burger is hard to justify. I probably will be back, but not for the overpriced dinners. This would be a fun place to hang out for happy hour and appetizers.
Overpriced. Underwhelming! My husband and I both had dinners that were very disappointing. His tiny piece of salmon was served on a bed of undercookeded sweet potatoes. My burger was missing the Neuske’s bacon and the “garlic” fries were missing the garlic! Add in two beers, a small appetizer and our bill was $73.00!!!
Took 2 hours from the time we sat till the time we got our food and it was not busy. Then they brought the food and gave us all the wrong dishes so there was no organization in delivering what else actually ordered.. Food was cold. Took a long time to get our check.
Mediocre is the best explanation I have. The burger was flavorless. The service was not good and we got charged 20% gratuity because we had 8 people. The menu is weak in comparison to what they offered at their previous location. I will say that the drinks and beer were outstanding. We’ll probably return for drinks, but not a meal. I’d rather fo next door to the hotel restaurant.
Love this new location. At first was disappointed that they changed their "thing" (so I thought). I was expecting the amazing personalized service and menu I had come to enjoy at the previous downtown Green Bay location. It was an amazing atmosphere...I would call it upscale sports bar - amazing décor, fun drinks, and amazing food. However it was just that a sports bar...not what I thought we were getting. Then I learned that the dining I had been expecting was available in their upstairs dining area. That is so amazing - double bonus - amazing upscale sports bar AND what I can imagine is the most amazing dining experience (solely based on my past experience with this place). Highly recommended!!!
Food was absolutely terrible. From the pizza (extremely spicy) to the soup (cold) and especially my husband's steak which was subpar in size and quality and delivered cold. Five of our six meals were cold. Seems as if they waited on everything (including the expensive sea bass and steak) to finish the pizza since the pizza was the only thing warm.
Table next to us also had cold, poor quality food and requested the manager talk to them. We chose not to do that since it was our son's 18th birthday and we didn't want to ruin the party. After talking with our neighbors and discovering that we too were not happy, she did stop by and talk to us.
I feel the manager did what she could do in responding to our experience, however, I don't think this is what Hinterland wants to be known for.
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.
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