Nightlife in Green Bay, WI
After a long day, all a girl wants to do is relax. Resist the pressure to join the gals for a crazy night on the town. Instead, grab a close pal, head to the DePere Cinema, and watch a relatively new flick. De Pere Cinema shows box office hits that just left the first-run movie screens. Admission is a reasonable $4.
Comfort and service meet. Tables rest in front of each row of rocking chairs. Once the movie begins the cinema staff take orders for their delicious homemade pizza, sandwiches, appetizers and traditional movie concessions and bring it right to your table. Craving a tall, cold one? You’re in luck. They serve beer too!
Award-winning Los Banditos promises to be a hit with your amigos. Chips, salsa, and margaritas – what isn’t to adore?
The large bar area and festive tables invite the thirsty and hungry to get comfortable and stay awhile. Begin with a pitcher of the half and half margaritas – half original and half strawberry. Yum. Keep them coming. Order the Chile Con Queso and watch it disappear.
Save some money by gathering the girls on a Wednesday night and take advantage of half-price margaritas or ice-cold buckets of Coronitas. Celebrating a birthday or part of a bachelorette party? Good news – the guest of honor gets her dinner for free!
It’s late. The crew is hanging out downtown Green Bay. The thought of spending another evening with the usual bar crowd makes you yawn. But, where do you go? The Nines on South Washington is calling your name.
Two doors down from the Meyer Theatre, Nines is classy yet casual bar for those out to have a good time. Dancers pack the floor as the music thumps. Their events successfully lure the crowds. Check out an open jam or go back in time for 80’s night. A hotspot for martini lovers Nines also has an impressive selection of cocktails, bottled beer and tappers.
Some occasions call for the perfect drink. A birthday. An anniversary. A night out with your BFF. Top Hat Club makes cocktails the old-fashioned way – freshly squeezed juices, hand mulled sugars and a garnish to top it off.
Top Hat has a martini menu a mile long. With over 65 varieties even the most decisive gals will need time to decide on their first drink. Some martinis were created for those feeling a bit naughty – Naked Gorilla, Flirtini and Dirty Girl Scout. Just saying Key Lime Pie or Snickerdoodle makes the mouth water.
Not a martini fan? No worries. This downtown bar has a lengthy list of alcoholic ice cream and fruity drinks.
A remarkable wine doesn’t have to come in a fancy bottle. And a fabulous wine bar doesn’t have to claim an elaborate space as home.
Located in east De Pere, on the corner of George Street and Wisconsin Avenue, La Vie Boheme is easy to miss. The traffic moves quickly and the name doesn’t exactly scream, “Wine is served here.”
But, once inside, the shop’s charm hits you. La Vie Boheme specializes in European wine, beer and liquor. Wine connoisseurs have their choice of reds and whites. Beer drinkers are pleased to find bottles of Stella, Spaten, Heineken, Beck’s and more. Make this the next Happy Hour go-to spot.