My husband and I’s first meal out to eat in Green Bay after returning from Cleveland was at Vintage Cantina downtown, a little taqueria and bar combo that I’ve watched from afar with lust. Their weekly taco features, AKA WTF’s, are a delight to see every week on their social media, and more than once I’ve found myself swearing I’d go for them when it just never happened. Christmas shopping left my husband and I hungry, so we drove into downtown during a business lul at our local restaurants to make sure we got in.
Both of these tacos wound up as part of a leftover nachos plate the next day after I had eaten too much of the queso and chips, and mixing the two meats together on the bed of fresh fried corn and flour tortillas made for a delicious, spicy plate to keep my husband and I warm during the snow day.
Their variety is large with something for everyone you know, including those with dietary restrictions. Vegetarian and gluten free options are neatly marked on the menu. Like many restaurants in the area, they have experienced staff shortages that have caused some last minute schedule changes, so always check their facebook before you head in for a visit. Lunch services have been cancelled day of a few times since I started trying to plan my own visit. Their menu is also available on facebook, and the weekly taco feature is always posted at the beginning of the week to help you decide what you want.
Thanks to the staff for a delicious, post Christmas shopping meal to warm us back up!Vintage Cantina has proven itself to be one of our new favorites, and its likely we’ll be taking our friends there for years to come.