With a new season underway, Packers fans will have a new concession stand to enjoy at Lambeau field.
The Travel Wisconsin Supper Club concession stand on the ground-level concourse, is modeled after the one that opened last year inside the Kohl Center in Madison.
Brandy old-fashioneds will be served this year at Lambeau Field in the only setting proper for such a drink, a supper club.
The Travel Wisconsin Supper Club concession stand, unveiled Friday on the ground-level concourse, is modeled after one opened in the Kohl Center in Madison. That stand was a resounding hit, increasing sales at its site by 50 percent. The Lambeau stand near Section 128, between the Mills Fleet Farm and Shopko gates behind the south end zone, already was the top-selling location in the stadium.
“All our fans in Wisconsin will love it,” said Mark Murphy, Packers president and CEO. “For all the fans outside Wisconsin, this will give them great flavor.”
The stand, which opened in time for Packers Family Night on Sunday and the University of Wisconsin-LSU football game on Labor Day weekend, will offer pot roast sandwiches, booyah, traditional pasties, cheese curds and Friday fish fry. And beer and brandy old-fashioneds sweet, which the Kohl Center stand does not offer.
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