Supper clubs are a Wisconsin institution, and Wally’s Spot on Green Bay’s east side is keeping the tradition alive and well. Walter and Dora Adamany opened Wally’s Spot in 1948 on North Washington Street, but moved the fine dining establishment to its current location on Main Street in 1969. Wally’s features classic American cuisine, including steak dinners, lobster, shrimp cocktail, pasta, ribs and sandwiches. Of course it wouldn’t be a supper club in Wisconsin without a Friday fish fry. Wally’s offers lake perch, walleye, cod and haddock, all of which include salad bar and choice of potato.
With its nostalgic, well-maintained interior, walking through the doors of Wally’s is like traveling through time. While you wait for your table, you can sip a brandy old-fashioned and enjoy the complimentary spread of hors d’oeuvres in the cozy bar and lounge area. Don’t be surprised when your server takes your dinner order at the bar—it’s standard practice for traditional supper clubs. All entrees come with your choice of Caesar salad or salad bar, a cup of homemade soup, vegetable of the day, choice of potato and fresh baked bread. Wally’s is a great spot for date nights or special occasions with friends and family, but casual enough for a relaxing night out for no reason at all. In the warmer months, you can enjoy dinner and drinks outdoors on the patio.