“A whole lot different:” Packers offer preview into new Lambeau restaurant, 1919 Kitchen & Tap

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GREEN BAY -- It hasn't opened yet, but the Green Bay Packers offered a sneak peak into the newest attraction at Lambeau Field: 1919 Kitchen & Tap.

The restaurant will be replacing Curly's Pub.

The Packers say the new spot inside the Lambeau Field Atrium will be completely different. The menu will include locally-sourced ingredients -- and there will be a bar with 40 varieties of beer and an open-concept kitchen, where diners can watch as their food is being prepared.

"I would say this is a whole lot different. I think from decor, to menu, to overall atmosphere, we've really put a very different spin on what we're proud to open here in just a week or so," Charlie Millerwise said.

1919 Kitchen & Tap has seating for 250 people inside, and another 100 on its outdoor patio during the summer.

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