Monday, March 22, 2010

Food Frenzy!

So Every Other week I will try to have some sort of food that I had eaten up on the blog to keep everyone's eyes full and stomach appealed.  Or was it the other way around?
Bad joke by Jake?

I want to give a big thanks to Samantha for showing me Kavarna, a privately owned vegetarian coffeehouse in downtown Green Bay.  They are about half a block south of the intersection of Broadway and Walnut Street.  We have found ourselves eating there quite often.  It may seem pricey, but you are getting awesome food, you are full when you are done eating, and it makes you feel great due to its freshness.

If you aren't big on vegetarian food, at least try the Southwestern Wrap there and have a cup of coffee. The Southwestern Wrap is simply awesome and I would recommend that to anyone that has never eaten there before. They also serve a great brand of coffee beans by Alterra, a company established out of Milwaukee,WI. Of Course they also serve the other coffeehouse regulars such as cappuccinos, lattes, iced coffee, great hot cocoa, and even a great selection of teas, wines, and beer.

The last time I ate there I had this awesome Feta Portabella off of there "Hot Wraps" section of the menu.

It consisted of an herbed tortilla with grilled portabella mushrooms, feta cheese, and garlic cream cheese, baked with spinach and red onions.

This thing was so juicy and creamy with a side of awesome!
If you love mushrooms and spinach give this baby a shot. I loved this thing. Every time I go there I love their tortillas.  I am not sure if they make their own or order them in, but they are always a positive aspect of every meal.  Don't be afraid to try everything on the menu, I have about half the menu checked off as far as the food goes. They also have a sweet punch card for coffee and tea drinkers, as well as double punch mondays to get you pumped for a free cup!

For more information go to their website:

The place has a great vibe and amazing employees/owners.  They will be moving within the next year just a few blocks over on Broadway and will also have a deli!  I'm getting excited for that!

I am not a vegetarian and I love their food!  Give it a chance.


  1. Oh nice! This reminds me of a time, when I was in Marquette, I ate at this restaurant called the Rubaiyat. It's menu is Mediterranean, Middle-Eastern, Lebanese, North-African and Indian.
    I got this straight from their menu on there site. This is what I had; Kibeh two croquettes of sauteed ground lamb, onions, and pine nuts surrounded by a deep fried shell of bulgur wheat, lamb and beef* served with choice of yogurt tziki sauce or lemon tahini sauce.

    Rest of the menu and info I provided I got from their site

    I enjoyed what I had and I'm sure the rest of the menu as just as good as just that appetizer. They had live music when I went there too, they played some classic hits from the 60's 70's so it was a good environment all around.

  2. Alterra is amazing! A lot of coffee shops around have that!!!that feta portabella looks awesome too. next time i go to green bay i'll def. have to check out kavarna!