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The Urban Diner is a blog dedicated to exposing the many culinary assets in downtown Green Bay, specifically in the Downtown, Broadway and Olde Main Street districts.



Carnivorous Delight

Urban Diner - Monday, December 05, 2016

From Republic Chophouse's comprehensive selection of meat cuts, including a reserve cut steak selection, is this mouthwatering fourteen ounce Bone-in Berkshire Pork Chop.

Republic Chophouse offers a selction of six seasonings and nine sauces to compliment your meat selection.  Centerpiece on the plate, this Bone-in Berkshire Pork Chop was ordered with blackened seasoning and garnished with home made potato chips.

Steaks and chops are served with choice of a Chop Salad or Tomato Basil Bisque made from fresh tomatoes, basil and parmesan in heavy cream and accented with a swirl of balsamic reduction.  Get ready to man that steak knife!

Off The Cob

Urban Diner - Monday, November 28, 2016

Putting a twist on the classic corn-in-a-cup street food of
Mexico, Vintage Cantina brings the highly addictive
Mexican fare to downtown Green Bay.

 Presented in a glass footed cup and eaten with a spoon,
Vintage Corn is made with petite kernels of sweet crunchy corn,
which Vintage Cantina cuts fresh off the cob.

 Vintage Corn is served warm allowing the morsels of queso
to melt and blend the creamy chili-spiked flavors.
Now grab that spoon and "Buen Provecho!"


All Hail Kale

Urban Diner - Thursday, November 17, 2016

The Baby Kale Salad at Hinterland makes eating the healthy
 "Queen of Greens" a delight and it's so pretty on the plate.

Jeweled veggies of thinly sliced pickled red beets and roasted squash

slices peek out from under leaves of tender mild baby kale.

The baby kale is dressed in a poached pear vinaigrette and studded with

a creamy-crunch combination of goat cheese and hazelnuts.

Baby Kale Salad is available on  Hinterland's Saturday

lunch menu and the weekly dinner menu.  

Coddle Comfort

Urban Diner - Monday, October 31, 2016

Dublin Coddle, the name of this entree on St. Brendan's menu, piqued
 curiosity of the name.  It is a traditonal Irish supper dish generally associated
with Dublin Ireland and dates back to at least the early eighteenth century.  

The ingredients are slow cooked, hence "coddle", derived from a French word
meaning "to boil gently, parboil, or stew".  Apparently, the Dublin Coddle was
a particular favorite of the dean of Christ Church Cathedral in
Dublin and author of Gulliver's Travel, Jonathan Swift.

St. Brendan's assembles this hearty nourishing dish with Irish sausage,
bacon, onion, carrots, potatoes and Guinness beer.  The Dublin Coddle 
 is then slow roasted for several hours creating a savory chunky stew
St. Brendan's bowl of cozy comfort food.  Slainte!

Seasoned Sear

Urban Diner - Monday, October 24, 2016

Tataki is a fantastic way to enjoy ahi tuna.  KOKO Sushi Bar & Lounge
    uses this Japanese method of flash searing to prepare Seared Ahi Tataki.

Maguro Ahi, a deep cherry red, firm texture and mild flavored tuna,
often eaten raw or rare, stands up to the spicy seasoning of the togarshi
pepper blend KOKO uses on the surface of the tuna before searing.
 The searing creates a slight crust that accentuates the meaty interior.

Seared Ahi Tataki is simply enjoyed dipping in to
soy sauce that accompanies the dish.

Between The Cheese

Urban Diner - Monday, October 17, 2016

This is the one you've been hearing about!

The Hungry Cat is a "grilled cheese" burger. 

White Dog Black Cat Cafe stuffs a juicy
 half pound burger between two classic grilled cheese sandwiches.
 White bread and American cheese and meat! Add lettuce, tomato, and onion.
 For an addtional charge mushroom and/or bacon is the cat's meow.
Crunch home made potato chips rounds out the plate.

Taste of Tapas

Urban Diner - Monday, October 10, 2016

Madrid Tapas Restaurant & Wine Bar is the formerly named Cafe Madrid
now settled in a new downtown location.  Along with the move is a revamped
simplified menu version of tapas, salads, "bocadillos", a Spanish style sandwich.

Avocado Shrimp is one of the tapas selection on the
Perfectly cooked shrimp is anchored in a smear of avocado spread on
a toasted crostini.  A creamy cheese topping and dusting of Spanish paprika finishes the dish.

As is done in Spain, order a few different tapas from the menu to
share or combine to make a full meal!

Thai Fried

Urban Diner - Tuesday, September 27, 2016

While waiting for the entree to be served, the kitchen at Bangkok Garden sends out this simply plated delectible Crab Rangoon to enjoy.  The appetizer is included with an entree and arrives hot and crispy outside with distinctly sweet bits of crab and cream cheese inside.

The Fried Rice entree is comprised of a delicate Jasmine white rice along with
a choice of beef, pork, chicken, tofu, vegetable, shrimp or seafood stir fried and seasoned with Bangkok Garden's special Thai seasoning and a cilantro garnish.

Since each dish at Bangkok Garden is cooked fresh to order the Thai
seasoning heat can be adjusted according to your taste.
Just let your server know if you preference: mild, medium, hot or extra hot.  
 Want more spice? Additional spice and peppers can be served on the side.

More Fish

Urban Diner - Monday, September 19, 2016

A staple on the menu since the opening of Titletown Brewing Co.,
 Fish & Chips are also a Titletown specialty item under the list of entrees.

 Titletown Brewing Co. takes liberty with incorporating it's Silver Medalist winner from the 2015 Great American Beer Festival, "Johnny Blood Red Ale", an Irish Red Ale with caramel malts and toasted barley, into the batter that coats North Atlantic cod before being rolled in Panko crumbs.  The cod is deep-fried to a crunchy crust that envelopes the tender piping hot white fish inside.

 The "Chip" selection of Fish & Chips are either pub fries or, pictured here, sweet potato waffle fries.  This entree also comes with Titletown's classic cucumber salad which is a slight sweet-heat-vinegar style version and their claimed famous house tartar sauce to dip your fish.

The Fish & Chips entree can be ordered in a small (seen here) or large portion.

Fish At The Park

Urban Diner - Monday, September 12, 2016

Mahi Mahi is a firm white flesh and delicious sweet flavored fish.
Hagemeister Park grills up this great tasting fish with a
light honey glaze then pairs it up with a savory sweet and tart
condiment topping of a cranberry - pear chutney.

Here the Grilled Mahi Mahi is served on an
 accompaniment of vegetable pearled couscous. 

Another side choice available with Hagemeister Park's Grilled
Mahi Mahi is potato (French fries, roasted red potatoes,
or mashed potato) and a vegetable medley.
 A fresh baked Sister Shubert roll accompanies this entree.

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