The pizza here is absolutely exquisite. Great friendly staff, and a beautiful building that reminds you of a simpler time. We also had an amazing burger. What stood out to me was how the bun was toasted to perfection. This is the type of place you could stay for hours. Bravo!
This was my first visit to Copper State, which will also be my last. I could tell, early on that this may have been a poor choice. Delays in being seated were followed by an extraordinarily long delay in receiving drinks. Our order for $17 burgers was placed and it was served, within a reasonable time, with BURNT rolls/buns. My guest asked, nicely, only for another roll. Rather than taking the sandwiches back to the kitchen, or offering replacement sandwiches, the waiter departs to return later, with un-warmed or toasted rolls... Now came MY task to attempt a reassembly of my sandwich on a cold roll. After summoning the waiter, again, we asked what we were to do with these cold rolls and sandwiches which had cooled. He had no response. We asked to see a manager, but the manager was said to be working the kitchen... and he walked away. Upon returning he became indignant and refused to even listen to our concerns, claiming that HE had never been treated so badly in a fine dining restaurant. He stormed off, again ignoring our attempts to communicate calmly. He returns shortly to inform us that "It's all free" and told us that we "can leave anytime." We did, never to return. A rude waiter trumps burnt buns at Copper State. BTW, there's a GREAT brew pub right across the street!
We had the best meal of our visit to Green Bay while we were here for lunch. Superb food and beer, EXCEPTIONAL service! The guy who greeted us at the door (didn’t get his name - bearded) was incredibly friendly and chatted with us for a while as we got settled at the table. We were waited on quickly by Thomas, who was also very friendly and attentive. Our drink orders were placed and fulfilled quickly. The food was outstanding. We ordered curds, bruschetta, and two pizzas - Thailandia and Fraterno. Both were good! The Thailandia would win out if I had to pick one. For beers, we tried out the Frazzled and the Fruited Sour from the rotating menu to start, then had a flight of four with our meal: Pilsner, Pomegranate, Coffee, and Chocolate-Peanut Butter. The C-PB was so good we walked out with a four pack of cans! Great spot, and I would love to hang out for the Pub Theology hosted by Copper State and St. Mark’s as well. Super cool local spot!
We got flights of their beers. Good brews. The large fireplaces at either end of the open space with a moose bust over the fire and an elk gives Hinterland a Lodge feel with a modern flare. Fun place.
Great atmosphere. Wait staff very friendly. Good beer selection. Had this large pretzel appetizer. It was very good.
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