As the Packers cleared the field following the first session of two-a-days Tuesday, four locally based eateries located within the Lambeau Field Atrium opened their doors for business.
"We're real excited to finally get to this point," director of Atrium business Steve Klegon said. "It's been a long time, a long process, but the Atrium really offers a great amenity to the people that are coming out here for training camp, especially during the two-a-days when they have practice in the morning, have a break, and then have practice again. It gives them a chance to stay on the property and get something to eat."
The eateries boast a wide selection of local favorites for fans with almost any appetite.
Brett Favre's Two-Minute Grill offers fans great Cajun favorites like jambalaya from Favre's family recipes, or their famous steak sandwiches.
Chili John's, a Green Bay institution since 1912, serves their world famous chili, including their soon-to-be world-famous chili hot dogs.
Fratello's Presto, a Fox River Valley favorite, is an Italian eatery offering individual fresh-baked pizzas, creative pasta dishes and homemade tiramisu.
The Meat Packing Co. is a new restaurant concept developed by Fratello's exclusively for Lambeau Field. Overstuffed sandwiches, giant bratwurst and delicious desserts highlight their menu.
"There are four great restaurant concepts here," Klegon said. "The Lambeau Field Atrium offers a great variety of food and gives people a chance to get in out of the heat and into the air conditioning and get a bite to eat. We've really had a great reception from the fans that have been through so far. The food is outstanding and the value of the pricing is excellent."
The eateries will remain open throughout training camp and will be open roughly 100 days per year for special events and on gamedays.
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