Kavarna is a café in Downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. Since 1999, we've been cooking food from scratch, using many organic and local ingredients. We have many vegetarian and vegan options, as well as deli style sandwiches featuring artisanal meats and cheeses. We are proud to be on a first name basis with great Wisconsin producers like Twin Elms Gardens, Ledgeview Gardens, Carr Valley Cheese, and Belgioioso Cheese. We serve single-origin and blended coffees sourced and roasted by Anodyne Coffee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Community, Culture, Commerce, Cuisine, and Coffee
From the beginning we've taken it as our mission to foster creative culture, community and commerce in Northeast Wisconsin over tasty cuisine and coffee. We've hosted hundreds of concerts, art exhibits, markets, and community events & activities. But we feel that the our greatest service to Green Bay is providing a space to hatch all kinds of plans. Sometimes it feels like half of what happens in Green Bay begins as a conversation at Kavarna. Want to reserve the big table to hatch your plans? Hold a community event? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your interests are more commercial and you'd like to set up shop for the weekend, you can do that at Leap Room—our allied flex space.
Where is Kavarna?
We are located at 143 N. Broadway St. on the Near West Side of Green Bay; this is a half block North of the intersection of Broadway and Walnut Streets; the heart of the Broadway District.
From Highway 41: Exit onto Shawano Avenue, turn right. When you reach Broadway Street, turn left. Kavarna is up a half block on your left.
From Highway 43: Exit at Mason Street, turn left. Continue along Mason Street, over the bridge, take the Broadway Exit, turn left. Kavarna is about 1 mile down on your left.
From Ashwaubenon: Take Ashland Avenue to Shawano Avenue, turn right. Take Shawano to Broadway Street, turn left. Kavarna is up a half block on your left.
Free Wi-Fi at Kavarna
Kavarna is proud to provide free wireless internet. We offer this as a service to our customers because we believe that it adds value to the Kavarna experience. There is a password, but this is provided to customers at the counter. But there are several things that should be pointed out:
- Kavarna's employees are not trained to do technical troubleshooting. Our free wi-fi is some of the most heavily used in the region, so it can get wonky on occasion. We cannot guarantee anything.
- Our experience of the past year is that if you are having trouble connecting, it's most likely a problem with your computer setup; though every once in awhile the wireless network does need to be reset.
- Yes, you are expected to buy something.
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