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June 9th Drive to Dine - Green Bay

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 12:00pm
234 S Washington St
Green Bay
Wisconsin
Dick Kusch
608-630-1458

MBCA June 9th Drive-to-Dine - Noon

Hosted by Dick and Nancy Kusch

 

As a courtesy to the restaurant, Please let Dick know before Wednesday, June 6th if you will join the group for lunch.

Call or txt: 608-630-1458

Email: [email protected]

 

St. Brendan’s Inn (a sister property of the County Clare, Milwaukee)

234 S Washington St

Green Bay WI 54301

920-884-8484

saintbrendansinn.com

 

St. Brendan’s is a Harp & Eagle Property started by Cary James 'Rip' O'Dwanny. The restaurant offers traditional as well as contemporary Irish dishes. Specialties include: Grilled Salmon, Sautéed Mussels, Shepherd’s Pie, and “Grandma Flanigan’s” Guinness Pot Roast. The dining room has a European feel, with wool carpet, eight large stained glass windows, and a bog snug with fireplace.

 

Things to do on Saturday, June 9th near the restaurant:

 

The Automobile Gallery (private rotating collection of William “Red” Lewis)

400 S Adams St

Green Bay WI 54301

920.437.9024

theautomobilegallery.org

Saturday and Sunday Hours:       9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Adults: $10.00

Seniors 62+: $8.00

0.2 miles from St. Brendan’s Inn

 

The Automobile Gallery is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to educate, inspire and share the passion of the automobile with the community and car enthusiasts throughout the United States.   The gallery and non-profit organization was the vision of entrepreneur and automobile collector William “Red” Lewis, who wanted to give back to the community of Green Bay.

 

Captain’s Walk Winery

345 S Adams St

Green Bay WI 54301

920-431-9255

captainswalkwinery.com

Saturday Hours:                                11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

0.2 miles from St. Brendan’s Inn

 

The winery is housed in a beautifully preserved Italianate Victorian home originally built by Elisha Morrow. A Green Bay winery started by the Von Stiehl Winery, Algoma

 

Green Bay Farmer’s Market

Washington St, Green Bay

Saturday: 7:00 AM – Noon

½ block from St. Brendan’s Inn

 

The market features 75% produce/processed food, 15% prepared food and 10% arts/crafts. Over 150 local food and craft vendors participate throughout the season with a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, breads, prepared foods and more.

 

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