Curly's Pub, a popular destination since it opened in the Lambeau Field Atrium, recently introduced some new menu items.
Among the new featured selections are Linebacker's Stew and Lombardi's Bolognese, as well as a chicken and black bean burrito, New York strip steak, tilapia, buffalo chicken sandwich and sirloin and blue cheese wrap.
"The new menu items are something we've done from time to time since we opened," said Leo Dominguez, executive chef at Curly's Pub. "We like to keep things fresh and these are some tasty and unique recipes that reflect our desire to have some Packers flavor in our offerings."
In addition to the menu updates at Curly's, the Atrium's other full-time eateries, the Hall of Fame Grill and Frozen in Time, also recently received a bit of a facelift, as well as some new items on their menus.
Hall of Fame Grill's food offering concept is now buffet style, featuring a salad bar, soups, pizzas and a couple of daily main dishes. The change was made after receiving feedback from customers and studying the offerings of other area eateries. The new setup allows for better service of patrons during training camp and on game days, when time is at a premium. In addition, large groups are better served as well, able to make an efficient trip in for great food.
"The concept adds a nice choice for guests in the Atrium," said Steve Klegon, the Packers' director of Atrium business development. "A high-quality buffet is something that will fit well with what we have here at the Atrium and is the type of place that you don't necessarily find elsewhere in town. The food complements the menu at Curly's Pub. It will be a popular spot for lunch, with it being so convenient, time-wise, for patrons."
Frozen in Time's updates include a new front counter, which still includes the popular ice cream choices, but also features an expanded coffee offering. Some classic dessert items, similar to the ones offered in the club and private box areas on game day, have been added, too. The subtle physical changes in the décor give the restaurant a bit of a coffee-house feel.
"The restaurant did very well during the warmer months, obviously, but by making these changes, it will lend itself better to year-round visits," Klegon said. "For the many casual visitors we have in the Atrium, this will be a nice spot to relax for a moment and enjoy a cup of coffee or sweet treat."