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234 S Washington St Green Bay, WI 54301
234 S Washington StUSWIGreen Bay54301
Hotel, Irish Restaurant
Irish Restaurant
Irish Pub
Welcome to St. Brendan's InnGreen Bay's Premier Hotel for Irish Hospitality

St. Brendan's Inn, located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, offers sophisticated lodging accommodations, authentic Irish food, Irish drink and Irish music - all in an elegant, yet comfortable, setting.

Green Bay's Mayor Schmitt recently awarded Saint Brendan's Inn with the City's Exterior / Interior Design Award, which recognized business that bring design and beauty to Green Bay.

Whether you are traveling on business or taking a special weekend getaway, we are confident you will enjoy our Irish innand pub. Be our guest at St. Brendan's Inn!

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People talk about imported beers, whirlpool bath, pot roast, beers on tap and corned beef
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Lisa Boban
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I stayed at this inn while on business in the area. I ate dinner in the restaurant and breakfast twice (included with my room rate). For dinner I selected an "Irish Sampler" which included an over salted pot roast, a bland Irish Stew and an unremarkable Shepard's Pie on a plate with some careless steamed vegetables. When I entered the dining room for breakfast, the desk clerk called to me and asked if I wanted an omelet. I said I did. I found a self-service "buffet" of store bought scones, breads and cereal like you might find at a cheap motel. Juices were in open plastic pitchers not even on ice. There was an omelet station with open bowls of ingredients, including an open pitcher of scrambled eggs. When a young man with very long hair and a beard emerged from the back and offered to make me an omelet, I declined. Its a pretty hotel.
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Krista McKenzie
reviewed a year ago
Beware!!! I felt it necessary to share our experience at the restaurant on Mother’s Day. We called ahead in the morning for reservations for 2:00 pm for a family of 6 adults. We were told that there would be “no problem” with that time. After our hour commute to dine at St Brendan’s Inn we were seated at 2:07. Our waitress arrived at our table with visible nose dripping/running and her sniffing snot back into her nose as she took our order. Quite unappetizing to say the least. She took our food order and a quick drink order approximately 2:15. Waters, one soda, one hot tea, and one beer. Then we waited... Our waitress did not stop at our table or check in with us for at least another 40 - 45 minutes! When she finally bought our food with orders of meatloaf sandwiches, turkey BLT’s, grilled chicken Harvest salad, and a burger all the food was not only NOT hot, not warm, and not cool. It was COLD. Our son could not bite thru the dried out bun, toast was soggy from sitting so long, fries were cold, mashed potatoes were cold, all turkey,bacon, meatloaf, burger, and grilled chicken were not even room temperature but COLD. We were not given silverware with our meals. My husband had to go find another waitress to report the problem with the food, timing, no silverware, and lack of a waitress. All six meals obviously had sat a very long time. We were told they would redo the order. We sat for another 10 – 15 minutes with cold plates of food still on the table. Very little apology, if any, from the other staff. One staff offered to get another beer for my husband. (First time our drinks were even checked on for reorders). Still no acknowledgement or sighting again of our waitress. Our second order arrived at approximately 3:20 pm warmer and closer to what we had experienced during our previous visit. However, after waiting over an hour for our food even room temperature was better than cold. Our waitress placed our food on the table with a quiet “sorry” and was gone. Returning only to bring us our bill. She asked if there was anything else we needed or if we would like to order dessert. We declined. Then she said “if you would have it would be have been at no charge”. Our son was now nearly late for work – no time for desserts. We were billed the full amount for our meals at 3:34 pm. Waiting another 10-15 minutes to pay. Needing to rely on "our waitress" to return, our son had 15 minutes to get to work across town. We had scheduled 2 hours for a relaxing lunch. We had 10-15 minutes to eat and run. Mother’s Day was an embarrassing experience. We were treated as if we were annoying the staff to request that our food arrive in less than 45 minutes and warm. And then wait another 20 minutes or more for replacement order. If this had been served to a food inspector it would not have passed inspection. There was no crowd only 2-3 other tables coming and going with other waitresses while we were there. There is no excuse for the service and treatment we received. my husband and I had visited and wanted to share the experience with our family. It was NOT the experience we were expecting from St. Brendan's Inn restaurant. I expect to hear from your management regarding this matter. However all we have received after 4 days trying to contact them is our bill. And excuses for management being unavailable. Along with the following day having severe stomach issues.
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Daniel Cuming
reviewed 5 years ago
Not much else to say.... Food is the bast, Good drinks and in a dozen visits never a bad waitstaff experiance. ( There is no kids menu, don't plan on bringing the family there)
Janet Klitzka
reviewed 4 months ago
We had picked this place for our girls night out dinner. I checked the menu before we went so that I could decide on a healthy choice. There really isn't any healthy choices at all on the menu other than salad. I decided to go with the monkfish kabobs. Being unfamiliar with monkfish I asked our waiter what it was like, but he didn't know so he went to the kitchen to ask. He came back to inform me that they were out of the monkfish. So my only choice now was the salmon which came with a curry FRIED rice. The rice seemed more to me like cous cous but then realized it was old rice that had broken down to mush. The salmon was ok, no special seasoning like described and all in all was very pricey considering the quality. My friend ordered the Clare (prime rib sandwhich) but the watier returned to say they were out of that too! She then ordered the Kinsale (fish sandwhich) which was dry. My other friend ordered the duck burger and she said it was ok after she took off the mango cheese which wasn't very complimentary to the duck. All in all, a disappointing evening.
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J Hibbard
reviewed 4 years ago
We have eaten here about 5 times. The Bar: Needs more room to sit during busy times, as we have waited for up to an hour for a table, if they could keep the smokers on the left side it would be nicer, big fat cigars are just not my thing, and waiting next to them even worse. Great mix of my favorites Guinness, Smithwicks, and Strongbow on tap, order a snakebite, or a black and tan, or a snakebite with blackcurrant for a sweet desert drink (I forget the name) They also don't ham up the Irish-ness like some "irish pubs", yes they serve Irish classics, and the whole Guinness lineup of beers, but they don't cover it too much is the fake "O'irish" chintz. Good move, not having a giant shiny clover on the door is always a good move. The food is great, my wife consistently loves her fish, calling it flaky goodness. The pot roast is 5 stars all the way, the Shepard's pie was a little underwhelming, just felt like it could be more, Better gravy, better potatoes, etc. The are well done fries make a great appetizer, the curry dipping sauce is great. You also get a great malt vinegar for your fries as well, which is authentic and tasty and one thing I always liked about the UK. The music has been poor when I went, but I had this misfortune of hearing Triple Play twice now, just my luck, they are too loud for the venue and just not good enough to justify the decibels, I wouldn't have a problem if you could still talk over them as background music (Which everyone want's to do, as I looked around nobody eating is really Watching them, just struggling to be heard as they shout into their neighbors ear) as the aging cover band plows through Witchy Woman, the third Eagles cover of the night. It looks like they get more mellow Irishy guys with acoustic guitars on other nights, That would be much better to hear. The only real problem is the service, In a word Inconsistent; we have had some very poor service here, a waitress with only two tables as far as I could discern never came to check on us until it was time to bring the bill. We ordered drinks from another waitress. The service wasn't terrible, I wasn't insulted, but when you are leaving a 17 dollar tip for two you feel like they should have done more than 4 minutes of work. We have also had very good service here, available without being demanding, friendly, and accommodating, but twice now the server has been underwhelming. For a nice night out with a lively amount of drink it is usually about 75 dollars for two. A glass of smithwicks or strongbow was 4 bucks, and most meals are around 18-20
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Stu Gilkison
reviewed 2 years ago
I travel to Green Bay often. Will not think about staying anywhere else. The food in the restaurant is always top notch. Staff is kind and receptive.