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Townline Sports Bar and Grill

Green Bay , WI

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Green Bay, WI US
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Anonymous
Wedding:
2+ years ago
0.9/5.0
After signing a contract with Townline, the coordinator on-site did not respond to my phone calls for 5 months. After we finally got in touch with someone in the banquet area, they told us we would need to come in to talk. When we arrived they notified us that they were going to raise our prices by $10... PER PERSON! We argued that we had a signed contract and that they couldn't raise the prices. They told us that the menu packet states that they can change the pricing on food up to 14 days before the wedding. We talked them down to $2 more per person, and lost out on a lot of the perks that we were looking forward to. We would have left this venue, but it was only about 4 months out from our wedding and every other place was booked.

Menu tasting: the coordinator brought out a pitcher of water and plastic solo cups. By the time we got to the end of the meal, the coordinator still had not brought up the plastic cups, so I asked. She said that they now use plastic cups for weddings because it saves time for the wait-staff. I informed her that this is not a picnic, and that at weddings, people expect to be served glassware.

Once we got to the rehearsal we realized we didn't have the bartender that we were guaranteed. When I asked, the woman told me that someone had told me that we weren't going to meet our $500 minimum so we would not be given a private bartender that that I was ok with this. I told her I was never informed of the minimum, and that I would like what I was promised. She threw a fit saying that she was now forced to work 2 jobs waitressing and bartending. We were supposed to be given drink tickets, but since we didn't receive those, we bought a round of drinks for everyone and then a couple pitchers of beer. After that people were buying drinks on their own time. At the end of the night, the pitchers of beer that everyone had been getting was put onto our tab!
After signing a contract with Townline, the coordinator on-site did not respond to my phone calls for 5 months. After we Read more...
After signing a contract with Townline, the coordinator on-site did not respond to my phone calls for 5 months. After we finally got in touch with someone in the banquet area, they told us we would need to come in to talk. When we arrived they notified us that they were going to raise our prices by $10... PER PERSON! We argued that we had a signed contract and that they couldn't raise the prices. They told us that the menu packet states that they can change the pricing on food up to 14 days before the wedding. We talked them down to $2 more per person, and lost out on a lot of the perks that we were looking forward to. We would have left this venue, but it was only about 4 months out from our wedding and every other place was booked.

Menu tasting: the coordinator brought out a pitcher of water and plastic solo cups. By the time we got to the end of the meal, the coordinator still had not brought up the plastic cups, so I asked. She said that they now use plastic cups for weddings because it saves time for the wait-staff. I informed her that this is not a picnic, and that at weddings, people expect to be served glassware.

Once we got to the rehearsal we realized we didn't have the bartender that we were guaranteed. When I asked, the woman told me that someone had told me that we weren't going to meet our $500 minimum so we would not be given a private bartender that that I was ok with this. I told her I was never informed of the minimum, and that I would like what I was promised. She threw a fit saying that she was now forced to work 2 jobs waitressing and bartending. We were supposed to be given drink tickets, but since we didn't receive those, we bought a round of drinks for everyone and then a couple pitchers of beer. After that people were buying drinks on their own time. At the end of the night, the pitchers of beer that everyone had been getting was put onto our tab! Read less
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bpophal
Wedding:
7/31/2010
5.0/5.0
Our reception was at Townline Sports Bar & Grill (in Howard) in their banquet hall in the back. It's really nice and holds 300 people. However, they can split it up into smaller rooms if you're having a smaller wedding.

As far as pricing, they have different packages and options that you can choose. We chose a family-style dinner which is all-you-can-eat with chicken and one additional meat (we chose Tenderloin Tips but they also have BBQ Ribs and Ham). On Saturdays it's $11.95/person ($10.95 on Fridays) and includes the meats, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, vegetable, coleslaw, cranberries, dinner rolls, coffee, and milk. If you want to go with just chicken it's $10.95 a person on Saturdays ($9.95 on Fridays). They also have buffet style dinners ($11.95-$12.95) and plated dinners (vary between $10.50 to $18.95 a person).

We're also going with a drink package that includes free beer, wine and soda for 7 hours/until midnight, head table set on risers, use of video equipment, champagne toast for the head table, and white linen napkins. This package is $7.95 a person. They do have some other packages that include some other extras like wine, cake cutting, colored linen napkins, etc.

Therefore our total is $19.90 a person, which is the cheapest I was able to find. I believe Stadium View, Swan Club, and The Woods ranged between $22 and 24 a person. When we booked the hall, my parents had to put a deposit down of $750 for the entire banquet hall, but if you have a smaller room it's less. They also have a policy where children 2-4 eat free and children 4-10 are $2 cheaper. There's also a 17% service charge that's split between the bartenders and servers.

Overall, our experience with Townline was fantastic. Pam, the event coordinator, was extremely helpful and always went out of her way to help us create the wedding reception we wanted. She often threw in little extras that normally would have cost us and also offered great advice on things we never would have thought of.

The food was absolutely amazing. It's been 3 weeks since the wedding and people are STILL talking about how good the food was. Several people have also told me that was the best wedding reception food they've ever had (and one of them was my grandma, so she should know!).

I know my parents already plan on having other events at Townline in the future and I do too. I was extremely happy with how the night turned out and can't wait to hold other events there.
Our reception was at Townline Sports Bar & Grill (in Howard) in their banquet hall in the back. It's really nice and holds Read more...
Our reception was at Townline Sports Bar & Grill (in Howard) in their banquet hall in the back. It's really nice and holds 300 people. However, they can split it up into smaller rooms if you're having a smaller wedding.

As far as pricing, they have different packages and options that you can choose. We chose a family-style dinner which is all-you-can-eat with chicken and one additional meat (we chose Tenderloin Tips but they also have BBQ Ribs and Ham). On Saturdays it's $11.95/person ($10.95 on Fridays) and includes the meats, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, vegetable, coleslaw, cranberries, dinner rolls, coffee, and milk. If you want to go with just chicken it's $10.95 a person on Saturdays ($9.95 on Fridays). They also have buffet style dinners ($11.95-$12.95) and plated dinners (vary between $10.50 to $18.95 a person).

We're also going with a drink package that includes free beer, wine and soda for 7 hours/until midnight, head table set on risers, use of video equipment, champagne toast for the head table, and white linen napkins. This package is $7.95 a person. They do have some other packages that include some other extras like wine, cake cutting, colored linen napkins, etc.

Therefore our total is $19.90 a person, which is the cheapest I was able to find. I believe Stadium View, Swan Club, and The Woods ranged between $22 and 24 a person. When we booked the hall, my parents had to put a deposit down of $750 for the entire banquet hall, but if you have a smaller room it's less. They also have a policy where children 2-4 eat free and children 4-10 are $2 cheaper. There's also a 17% service charge that's split between the bartenders and servers.

Overall, our experience with Townline was fantastic. Pam, the event coordinator, was extremely helpful and always went out of her way to help us create the wedding reception we wanted. She often threw in little extras that normally would have cost us and also offered great advice on things we never would have thought of.

The food was absolutely amazing. It's been 3 weeks since the wedding and people are STILL talking about how good the food was. Several people have also told me that was the best wedding reception food they've ever had (and one of them was my grandma, so she should know!).

I know my parents already plan on having other events at Townline in the future and I do too. I was extremely happy with how the night turned out and can't wait to hold other events there. Read less
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Jeana
Wedding:
4/4/2008
5.0/5.0
Pam @ TownLine was great. She helped me pull off some things that I don't think other places would have. She thought of stuff that i didn't and just did them for us.
Pam @ TownLine was great. She helped me pull off some things that I don't think other places would have. She thought of Read more...
Pam @ TownLine was great. She helped me pull off some things that I don't think other places would have. She thought of stuff that i didn't and just did them for us. Read less
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Sarah
Wedding:
10/27/2007
5.0/5.0
Pam helped out a lot with any questions I had. The reception hall they have holds up to 300 people. It has a bar right in the hall as well as out of the hall in the restaurant. They do all of the dinner and hors d'oervres. We even had them make some pizzas around 10 pm just because I know people start getting hungry a little later in the night.
Pam helped out a lot with any questions I had. The reception hall they have holds up to 300 people. It has a bar right in Read more...
Pam helped out a lot with any questions I had. The reception hall they have holds up to 300 people. It has a bar right in the hall as well as out of the hall in the restaurant. They do all of the dinner and hors d'oervres. We even had them make some pizzas around 10 pm just because I know people start getting hungry a little later in the night. Read less
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emd1212
Wedding:
9/9/2006
4.9/5.0
Pam is very friendly and helpful with all the planning. The banquet hall is spacious which can hold up to 300 people. The hall is non-smoking. Smoking is allowed at the main bar in the restaurant area. There is a bar located in the hall. The food was excellent.
Pam is very friendly and helpful with all the planning. The banquet hall is spacious which can hold up to 300 people. The Read more...
Pam is very friendly and helpful with all the planning. The banquet hall is spacious which can hold up to 300 people. The hall is non-smoking. Smoking is allowed at the main bar in the restaurant area. There is a bar located in the hall. The food was excellent. Read less
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