29 Steps
119 S. Washington St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
Brown County
Phone: (920) 435-2929
Fax: unknown
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Hours: 8:00pm Till 2:00am
29 Steps - About Us
29 Steps provides alternative music, entertainment and the 3rd best selection of beer in Brown County. 29 Steps in Green Bay provides nightly entertainment in Downtown Green Bay. We offer a unique environment with music, nightly events, drink specials and unique people.
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If your interested in a unique environment and looking to meet unique people while listening to music but want to know more about 29 Steps then visit our website where you will find information about 29 Steps, Music, Drink Selections, Nightly Events, Photos, Links, Calendar, Leagues, Gallery, Parties, and our my space account. Oh yeah...and don’t forget to bring your friends too!
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by Alice P. on
I went to Asia SF for Dine About Town not knowing really what to expect. All I knew was that the waitresses would be transgender and they were supposed to be HOT. So yes... if that's what you are looking for... they are actually hot. With huge boobs. They provided two entertainment sections during the dinner where the gender illusionists performed dances and lip sync-ed to a song. They seemed to love to pick on the guys in the crowd, playfully motorboating an audience member. Have to say... good picture moment. But other than that... the food was very mediocre. I had the seared ahi tuna which was actually not bad. The filet mignon with potatoes was very ehhh. The meat was extremely chewy and the potatoes were in cool star shapes but nothing out of the ordinary. Portion sizes are not very large, and I left the meal still feeling hungry. The dessert was probably best part. I had the banana beignet, which was delightfully crunchy and sweet. My major complaint was that we got seated in the behind the bar. The restaurant has a section on the left and the right. Try to get seated on the left size (when you enter) because most of the performers will face this way. We saw a lot of back instead of face. I admit they were probably just trying to work the tip and being fresh out of college, they knew we wouldnt be spending bank here. The waitresses flocked around the tourists that were there and pretty much ignored us through the night. I guess you gotta do what you gotta do to work for the benjamins, but it left our party feeling a little neglected. Ended up spending 55 for the set course and a sake that I split with my friends, which I think is expensive for what kind of food you get.
by Valissa W. on
Bill who? Oh, Bobby. Hmmm, right. I confess, I am a terrible excuse for a foodie. I don't play chef trivia, I can't remember the names of half the international foods I consume, and when a restaurant opens with a crazy long wait just cuz it's some guy from the Food Network... well, that don't impress me much. Bobby's turkey burger, however, did make me sit back and say wow. I got it in the LA style: avocado-relish, watercress, cheddar, & tomato. It was the perfect size, on a fresh bun, and mouth-wateringly-good. My group shared an order of sweet potato fries with horseradish honey mustard. The fries were ok, but not the most amazing things ever. The dipping sauce was kinda watery so you had to do a serious scoop to taste any on the fries. I considered getting a milkshake (you can have yours boozed up for an extra $2.50!), but luckily waiting in line so long meant I had a chance to see how tiny they were before ordering. Pass. While I certainly can't knock the place for its food, I'll say I was a little disappointed to wait 30+ minutes in line for an $8 burger in what I'd call a posh cafeteria. (Long, communal tables = hovering for seats. Ew.) I love the decor, the burgers are great, but the overall business model really turned me off.
by Oda Monterio on
Oh Abbey, what fun you are. My friend used to live within walking distance. Needless to say those were fun drunken walks home. The bartenders are pretty cool and the drinks are good. Make sure you hit up the ATM because they don't take cards. A good mix of people. Decent music, the DJ's are alright for the most part. A good place to have drinks, talk a bit, then dance once it gets full (and you've gotten your drink on).
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Bottles and Cans:

$1.50 Beer Shelf:
Old Style

$2.00 Beer Shelf:
Point Special

$2.75 Beer Shelf
Bud Light
Coors Lite
Leinenkugel's Honey Weiss
Miller Lite
Rolling Rock
Miller Genuine Draft
Bud Light
Coors Lite
Leinenkugel's Honey Weiss
Miller Lite
Rolling Rock
Miller Genuine Draft

$3.25 Beer Shelf
Base Ale
Blue Moon Belgian White
Carlsberg Beer
Dos Equis Special Lager
Fat Squirrel (New Glarus Brewery)
Harp Irish Lager
Pilsner Urquell
Red Stripe

$3.75 Beer Shelf
Anchor Steam Californian Common Lager
Beamish Irish Stout
Boddington's British Bitter
Einbecker Mai-Ur-Bock
Franziskaner Dark Weiss
McEwans Scotch Ale
Negra Modello
Newcastle Brown Ale
Old Peculiar
Raspberry Dribeer
Smirnoff Ice
Sprecher Amber
Tucher Kristall Weizen
Tucher Hellas Weizen
Tucher Dunkel Weizen
Woodchuck Draft Cider

$5.00 Beer Shelf
Mahrs Spezial Rauchbier
Froach Scotish Heather Ale
Fullers London Pride Pale Ale
Monty Python Holy Grail Ale
Primátor Czeck Blonde Bock
Weihenstephen Dunkel Weissbier

40 Ounce Mini Pitchers
Bud Lite
Colt 45
Miller High Life
Miller Lite

Liquor Selection:

$2.50 Shots and Mixers
Barton Gin (Rail)
Barton Rum (Rail)
Barton Vodka (Rail)
Barton Whiskey (Rail)
Barton Brandy (Rail)
Calico Jack Spiced Rum
DeKuyper Butterscotch
DeKuyper Amaretto
DeKuyper Apple Pucker
DeKuyper Cherry Pucker
DeKuyper Peachtree Schnapps
DeKuyper Sloe Gin
Dr. McGillicuddy's
Dr. Vinillacuddi

$3.25 Shots and Mixers
Bacardi 151
Bacardi Limon
Bacardi Superior Light Rum
Bombay Sapphire Dry Gin
Canadian Club Whisky
Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
Jameson Irish Whiskey
Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey
Jim Beam Rye Whiskey
Jose Cuervo Gold
Kessler Whiskey
Korbel Brandy
Malibu Rum
Mount Royal
Ouzo 12
Seagrams 7
Seagrams VO
Skyy Vodka
Smirnoff Vanilla Twist
Southern Comfort
Stoli Raspberry Vodka
Stoli Vodka
Tanqueray Gin
UV Blue Vodka
Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey (80 Proof)
Yukon Jack

$3.75 Shots and Mixers
Absolut Citron
Absolut Mandarin
Absolut Raspberry
Bailey's Irish Cream
Glenfiddich Scotch
Godiva Cappuccino
Godiva Dark Chocolate
Grey Goose Vodka
Jack Daniels
Jim Beam Black

$4.25 Shots and Mixers
Crown Royal
Ketel One Vodka
Jose Cuervo 1800 Tequila

Derelict Shots
50¢ Surprise in the Bag
$1.00 Surprise in the Bag
$1.00 Derelict Shots


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