Green Bay might be the smallest U.S. city with a professional football team but Packers fans can be found around the world. According to Packers Everywhere, there are more than 1,700 Packers bars.
In New York City, Packers fans gather at the Kettle of Fish on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village. The walls are covered in Green Bay pennants, flags, newspaper clippings and photos. The owner even serves bratwurst and cheese from Wisconsin during games.
This isn’t the only piece of Wisconsin in the neighborhood, however. Across the street is the restaurant Joseph Leonard, owned by University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate Gabe Stulman. He owns several other restaurants in the neighborhood, many staffed with Wisconsin expatriates, that are together known as "Little Wisco." Stulman even included a provision in his company’s bylaws requiring all his restaurants to close on Super Bowl Sunday if the Packers make the big game.
For those looking for fellow fans of the green and gold, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has an online map where people can easily find Packer bars to watch and cheer on the team.