On a whim, we convinced my parents to watch all four grandkids so that my sister, brother-in-law, husband, and I could go out to dinner. Our chosen place was Vintage Cantina in downtown Green Bay. Now I have been to Vintage before, but I’ve never had the same food twice. It is the perfect place to mix and match appetizers and tacos.
This time we shared two different appetizers: the salsa trio and guacamole. I love guacamole and found this one to be fresh and very good. The trio came with a house salsa, salsa verde, and crab queso. The crab queso was by far the best of the three, rich and creamy with meaty pieces.
Because the appetizers were very filling, I only needed two tacos. I tried two different ones. Per the recommendation of the waiter, I ordered the Shrimp Po’Boy with cornmeal breaded shrimp, napa cabbage, tomato and cajun remoulade. I didn’t have much expectation for this, but it was excellent! The second taco was the Korean Beef with marinated steak, kimchi, radish, green onion and cilantro. I was not a fan; it was far too spicy for my liking and there was too much liquid. Luckily the Po’Poy was so fantastic, I can certainly rave about that one, but what I really want to rave about is not the food, it is the freshly made coconut margarita. Probably not something I would normally order, I went out on a limb here, but I’m telling you, it was outstanding. Just be careful you don’t drink it too fast because you’ll certainly
want need another.
Overall, I had a great experience at Vintage, and one I’d love to repeat the next time we get a sitter. Even though I’ve never duplicated a meal here due to the ala carte nature, large variety, and ever changing menu, I may be reordering the margarita; it was award winning.
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