Union Hotel Restaurant
The historic Union Hotel was built in 1883 and has been run by the same family since 1918. The Union Hotel is where the Green Bay Packers’ famous ‘G’ logo was designed. Like the hotel its connected to, Union Hotel Restaurant has quite a story as well. This supper club has been serving full-course dinners for nearly a century in the main dining room, the bar and the “booth room”, an intimate dining room with soft lighting and two-seater booths.
In true supper-club tradition, you’ll receive a relish tray, soup, salad, potato and dessert with each dinner. The menu features hand-cut steaks aged in-house, sautéed scallops and pan-fried walleye, liver with bacon and onions for the dedicated fans of original supper clubs. The full bar boasts an impressive wine list, local beers and classic cocktails.
The supper-club atmosphere, classic décor and rich history make this a dinner must-stop in De Pere, just south of Green Bay. The Union Hotel Restaurant is within walking distance to the De Pere Riverwalk and downtown shopping.