Things have come and gone inside the Lambeau Field Atrium, but 1919 Kitchen and Tap is the restaurant with modern flare the stadium needed for some staying power. The versatile menu is what visitors and residents are looking for when going out to eat, and the iconic location can’t be beat.
So, on a night where we had a babysitter, my husband and I went there to dine. This is a HUGE restaurant with industrial rope-like fixtures, rustic lanterns, and exposed ceilings. In addition to the restaurant and bar, there is an outdoor patio. When we got there, there was a wait, so we opted to sit at the bar instead of waiting for a table.
We each ordered a beer and a flatbread. The Pad Thai Flatbread with pad thai sauce, grilled chicken, onion, red pepper, micro basil, cilantro, sriracha peanuts, gochujang aioli was much better than the Bacon-Cheese Curd Flatbread which had cheese curds, bacon, pomodoro sauce, charred onion parmesan. This was the perfect amount of food for two people. We even had two pieces left over.
Unfortunately, I can’t speak for the Seasonal Main dishes not only were those pricey (around $25-30 a plate), I felt like this type of restaurant would make better pub fare, so that was what we went with in the end. The pricing for the pub food, burgers and flatbreads, was between $10-15 which is pretty standard for the area. I can’t say the restaurant “knocked my socks off”, but I’d still say the food was good. Really, you pay for the atmosphere–I mean it’s as close as you get to inside the stadium without a ticket to a game (or going to the Hall of Fame). In the end, I would return with friends. It’s a fun place to get some snack food and socialize.
If you’re looking to check out a newer space or want to take in the Lambeau Field Vibes, you might want to check out 1919 Kitchen and Tap.
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