Lambeau Field‘s most noticeable restaurant is reopening
Updated: Friday, 13 Jul 2012, 6:22 PM CDT
Published : Friday, 13 Jul 2012, 6:22 PM CDT
GREEN BAY – Curly’s Pub in the Atrium has been open under its new managers for nearly a week, but the official grand reopening is this Saturday.
The restaurant had been shut down for two weeks for the transition.
Saturday’s promotions will include Packers giveaways and autographs with former players Bill Schroeder and Dexter McNabb.
The first 100 tables get free cheese curds. They’re part of a revised menu that includes a “Lambeau Heap” burger.
“It’s a pound burger. It’s got onions on it and bacon on a six inch pretzel roll, waffle fries, and a milk shake, and it’s really our signature item; to see if you can eat it. If you can eat it all, you get a free t-shirt at the end of the day,” said Jamie Hodgson, a Delaware North employee.
See the cost and read more at Fox 11 WLUK.
- Curly’s Pub temporarily closed (fox11online.com)
- Curly’s Pub to close briefly for food service transition (greenbaypressgazette.com)
- Lambeau eatery will close during concession change (greenbaypressgazette.com)