This upscale Old Market restaurant offers prime graded beef, veal, lobster tails, crab legs, salmon, sole and other fresh seafood. The steak cuts include porterhouse, New York strip and fillets. All of the menu items are served with fine attention to presentation. The white tablecloth adorned dining room is very elegant. You can also choose to sit in the cigar room, where you can purchase and enjoy a cigar. There is live piano music on Friday and Saturday evenings.
This long-standing Omaha favorite recently moved to new digs in the heart of Dundee. Established in 1933, the only thing new about the "new" Dell is the atmosphere, which has gone from haphazard to hip. Gratefully, the food remains the same, including the signature two piece fish and chips that made the Dell famous. Other menu favorites include the Reuben Sandwich and the Big Easy Sandwich. There are more than 500 different brands of single malt scotches on hand to tempt the serious sipper. With nearly 1200 types of liquor, over 150 beers, and 80 wines you won't be disappointed.
Tender steaks have enticed people to visit Gorat's for more than 55 years. Warren Buffet often frequents the establishment and has even brought along his friend, Microsoft's Bill Gates. The restaurant has an old-fashioned, family-style décor. The menu offers several cuts of beef, including filets, T-bones and New York strips. Steaks are served with house salad, potatoes and a side of pasta or green beans. There is dancing and entertainment on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
This restaurant is best known for its gyros and Athenian Salads. The menu also includes other Greek and American salads, sandwiches and entrees. Start with Saganaki, a flamed cheese appetizer and finish with a piece of homemade Baklava. A fully-stocked bar offers the usual beverages in addition to imported Greek wines and beers. The restaurant has a casual, family-style atmosphere, so bring the kids. A party room is available.
Wonderful food and a fun atmosphere make this restaurant a popular choice. Hidden away in a strip mall, Jams offers delightful meals packed with flavor and ingredients. Try a Coconut Chicken Salad, Texas Chopped Salad with chicken with steak, Skyscraper Veggie Sandwich or steak sandwich. Dinner specials change daily. Jams is small and popular, so arrive early. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more. The upscale crowd and tight quarters are not conducive to children.
Thick, juicy hamburgers are the specialty here, making it a good place for an informal lunch or supper. You can choose from the menu or make up a burger on your own. Salads and other sandwiches are also available. A fully stocked bar will help you wash it all down. You may want to try the other house specialty, a perfectly mixed Bloody Mary. Prices start around $5. The décor is extremely casual. Outside dining is available. A second location can be found at 2936 South 132nd Street.
From the outside, this looks like any other street-front shop, but after you taste the food, you will realize this is not your run-of-the-mill pizzeria. Sink your teeth into Carmelo's traditional pizza, a hearty Calzone or an Italian sub. Only the freshest ingredients are used here, and the result is "bellisimo." The decor is less than elegant, but the food definitely makes up for it. Another location is in Elkhorn (+1 402 289 9800).
Special brews draw locals to this small, neighborhood grill. Beer connoisseurs will enjoy sampling regional tastes. Several offerings from Empyrean Ales are brewed in Nebraska. Guests planning to wash down a meal can choose from salads, burgers, sandwiches and daily specials. The Baked Potato Soup deserves a mention of its own. A customer favorite, it appears on the menu year-round. Space is limited, although the bar is bigger than it looks. The tab for two totals less than $20, and that is with a beer or two.
"When Adam first met Eve, That's When the Blues Started," or so it says in bright neon letters across one wall of this popular midtown joint. Voted "Best BBQ and Live Music Venue" numerous times by local media, this spot offers outstanding food, including slow cooked ribs , BBQ chicken, Ten Hour BBQ Smoked Brisket and a terrific Smoked Chicken Cobb Salad. The mood here is definitely upbeat, with aluminum-topped tables, concrete floors and live music every weekend.
Locals flock to this casual steakhouse for Whiskey Steak, prime rib and other classic cuts. Not in a "steak mood?" Try the King Crab leg dinner, a platter overflowing with big, meaty legs. All dinner entrees include potato, vegetable, bread and the freshest salad bar around. Rustic wooden tables, cowboy prints, low lighting and a flickering fireplace set the intimate atmosphere. The bar is especially inviting, with great service and an extremely generous pour.
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Mr. Toad's Pub is a favorite of locals and tourists
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This hotel is a great choice for those visiting family
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