Pulaski is a village in Brown, Oconto, and Shawano counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 3,539 at the 2010 census. Of this, 3,321 were in Brown County, 218 in Shawano County, and none in Oconto County.
Restaurants in Pulaski
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Not so much a zoo but a fun place to visit. This compound is ever growing and improving. There are birds, snakes, alligators, a camel, bison, miniature ponies, an African porcupine, kangaroos and donkeys. Very close interaction with animals. There is so much to see including a muscle car museum packed with shiney beautiful cars of a time gone by. They even have one of the Orginal General Lee cars from the T.V show Dukes of Hazard. A huge collection of vintage Harleys in museum and next to the restaurant is sure to delight enthusiasts. Yes there is a restaurant, the Timeline saloon, which serves up yummy bbq with the ribs being outstanding. If you like to shop for vintage treasures there is also a flea type store to browse. On your way out stop at Custards last Stand for an ice cream cone.
4 based on 13 reviews
Nestled atop one of the highest peaks in Brown County and located just outside of Green Bay, WI Thornberry Creek at Oneida offers Championship golf at its highest level. The views and amenities will entertain and excite golfers and guests of all ages and abilities. Thornberry Creek at Oneida offers 27 holes of challenging golf with bent grass tees, fairways and greens. Many believe your round is started and finished with holes reminiscent of the "Wisconsin Northwoods" and the middle holes wander through one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the Green Bay area making many feel they are golfing a course in Arizona or Southern Florida. There are 72 sand bunkers and 11 water hazards on the Championship 18 that are strategically placed in areas that can penalize and reward accordingly. The Championship course offers 4 sets of tees ranging from 5,103 yards and stretching to 6,934 yards. During your round make sure to stop by our Leinie’s Lodge located after # 6 and #15 for a grilled brat or hamburger and a cold refreshment. It is the perfect set up for your next golf outing of 4, or 144 players. Our Original 9 hole course also challenges all ages and abilities and is distinguished as one of only ten official PGA Family Courses in the state of Wisconsin. The par 36, Original 9 Hole Course offers 4 sets of tees as well as Level 1 (1,100 yards)and Level 2 (1,800 yards) tee boxes for the kids, based on their experience. This course is fantastic not only for family play, but also weekly recreational and league play, as well as golf outings. Thornberry Creek at Oneida truly has something for everyone. We offer daily leagues for men, ladies and couples, the latest in golf apparel and accessories in our golf shop, lessons taught by PGA Professionals and Apprentices, an Award Winning 7 week Junior Program, and are considered your golf outing "headquarters." After your round, check out our spacious and comfortable Pine Tree Sports Pub & Grill. Relax and talk about your game (or not!) over a bite to eat and a cold refreshment, and enjoy the 24 LCD HD TV’s waiting for whatever game you wish to watch - no matter what the season. If you prefer to dine “al fresco,” our lovely outside deck overlooks the golf course, and offers an awe-inspiring view of Green Bay.In addition to an extraordinary golfing experience, our tasteful banquet facilities and meeting rooms are available for groups from three to 300 people, year ‘round. Thornberry Creek’s professional staff and elegant room settings will ensure that your bridge group, birthday party, wedding reception, golf outing, business meeting, or holiday party is a successful and wonderful experience.Thornberry Creek at Oneida is the perfect place for you next golf outing--- whether it’s your fun foursome or your 144-player scramble. We’re also perfect for your next dinner date (we often feature live music on weekends) or holiday party! Give us a try, and let us show you the warm welcome that awaits you! Thornberry Creek at Oneida - Come Play With Us!
Went for my daughters 8th bday. The all the you can eat ribs were fantastic! Also, my wife went with the Mushroom and swiss burger and it was done to perfection. And to top it off, Thursday Night is kids night and my daughter ate for free.
5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to Lambeau Field, the crown jewel of the National Football League! After undergoing a dramatic facelift in 2003, Lambeau Field has been transformed into to a year-round tourist destination with a host of new amenities and attractions. The Lambeau Field Atrium is home to the Packers Pro Shop, Packers Hall of Fame, Curly's Pub, and other Atrium dining, event, entertainment and retail options.
Something for everyone, whether a Packer fan or not. Great history of the team in the Packer Hall of Fame. And make sure you take the tour of the stadium if weather permits. Quite the experience! We've done the tour, and the Hall of Fame. And this past January had the opportunity to see a game. Nothing like it....a "to do" for sure on a Packer Fan's bucket list.
5 based on 3 reviews
Paintball is in full swing at Commando Outdoor Paintball! Our awesome fields are all open, including Wisconsin's only 3 story Castle Field, our intense Urban Combat Field, our Swat Team Piney Woods, our wooded Center Flag Field, and the Hyperball Field.We are open for open play, walk-ons, and groups. if you have a group of 10 or more call ahead so we can hold the equipment for you and have a ref ready. See everybody out at Commando!!!
Went with a large group and used the lag tag guns for some team battle. Our 5 year old liked it but the guns were a little heavy for him to hold. Overall very good family fun. North of Green Bay.
5 based on 376 reviews
Open all year, Green Bay Botanical Garden is designed to provide interest with display gardens that capture the beauty of northeastern Wisconsin’s four distinct and wonderful seasons. Learn about the vital role plants play in our lives and enjoy spending time with family and friends. Be refreshed by gardens overflowing with beauty and serenity.
I was there on 11/25/17 with family to see the light show. The little one (1 1/2 year old) really enjoyed it. It was very pretty and it might be nice to see the gardens in the daylight during warmer weather.
5 based on 758 reviews
We went here for our company Christmas party and everyone had a great time, even the non-football fans. The flow of the displays keeps you interested and there are so many interactive areas where you can feel the excitement of the game and the fans. I have been here more than once and always find something new to discover.
4.5 based on 428 reviews
Our Mission is to connect the community with wildlife and nature through engaging, interactive experiences. Our Vision is to be THE regional destination that inspires appreciation and stewardship of wildlife and the natural world.
As "seniors" (only in our 60's), we received a discount which made this a good deal. It was a cute zoo, decorated for Halloween. We got to see a number of animals and they seemed active and interested in seeing us as well. It was a great way to spend an hour to an hour and a half.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
For decades when family or friends visit, we take them to Pamperin Park so the kids can be rowdy and have fun. We almost always end up playing tag in the play ground area with its slides, ladders and tunnels. (Our visitors often remind us to take them there the next year.) And after everyone is worn out, we have a comfortable picnic lunch under the shade of one of the many trees.
5 based on 15 reviews
Rose-Hill Gardens is a retail specialty perennial nursery operating on 2 1/2 acres of land just west of Green Bay. We have 24 display beds incorporated into the landscape to provide the public a chance to view mature perennials in the gardens. We specialize in a unique assortment of succulents, rock garden plants, miniature conifers, heucheras, hostas, lilies, hemerocallis, and hypertufa planters.
If you're looking to purchase some perennials, this is the place to go. Leo has helped out a friend of mind with soil problems that she had. You can also take a class to make some flower containers.
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