TTZ: Mark Murphy
Club Level: Greg Koch
During construction, the main dining area and pub bar will remain open, while the interactive game section will be closed. Thank you for your patience while we create an even better Packers experience here at the Lambeau Field Atrium.
The legendary bar and restaurant named after the team leader and first head coach, Curly Lambeau, is nearly the length of a football field. Curly’s Pub features several unique areas from a sit-down dining room with a cozy fireplace and football-shaped lighting to a sports bar for gathering with friends to watch a game.
Those with an adventurous appetite can test their belly skills with the “Fan vs. Food” Combos. Anyone who eats ‘The Lambeau Heap,’ a one-pound BBQ bacon curd burger with fried onion stings, an order of curly fries and a milkshake will receive a T-shirt that reads “I survived the Lambeau Heap.” If it’s a sweet tooth you are trying to cure, try the ‘Frozen Heap.’ 12 scoops of Neapolitan ice cream, brownie bits, cookie crumbles, toasted almonds, nuts, whipped cream, hot fudge and caramel make up the counter-part to the Lambeau Heap. Try to collect both souvenir T-shirts!
We accept lunch and dinner reservations.
Curly’s Pub Hours
Game Day Hours
For home Packers games, Curly’s is open to game ticketed guests only during specific hours. Please refer to the following hours of operation.
Non-game ticketed guests can enter Curly’s through the Miller Lite Gate 45 minutes after the conclusion of the game.
Lambeau Field is a smoke-free facility as required by Wisconsin State Law. This includes the Lambeau Field Atrium, Curly’s Pub, stadium bowl and concourses. There are no designated areas inside Lambeau Field. Guest who fail to comply with this policy may be ejected or subject to a fine. Thank you for your attention to this new policy.
Curly’s Pub Phone: 920.965.6970