Visited on a busy Friday night. Upscale feel, long and narrow, lots of wood, low music, no t.v’s, patio out back. Service was very friendly and knowledgeable. 63 taps, with numerous bottles. Good selection of local Nebraska beers. Value was very reasonable. One of the best craft beer bars in Omaha, worth a stop.
Neighborhood bar, lots of locals on a Sunday afternoon. Long narrow place dominated by a traditional wood bar, small patio out back. A whopping 62 taps - only a handful were local beers, about a quarter were Belgian, and then a bunch of fairly common California and Oregon things. Bottles had a few local choices. I sat at the bar and watched the bar lady churn out about a million bloody marys, she was really working hard. Worth a look while in the area.
Un endroit qui sera toujours spécial pour moi alors qu’on y a passé le réveillon de Noël au milieu de notre déménagement à San Diego. Très chaleureux avec une sélection plus qu’adéquate et variée. Situé à l’entrée du quartier Benson qui est à surveiller pour les prochaines années.
I’m not sure what neighborhood this is but it’s got to be the coolest in Omaha. It has the feel of a nice 19th century Western bar with old dagurotype prints on the wall, high key lighting, the of stuffed animal head, and a very large bar that must have been a pain in the ass to install. In addition to the large bar there are also couches and booths to hang out. Lot of regional and Belgian craft taps available and the prices were quite reasonable with most offerings under $6. If you’re looking for a neighborhood pub in Omaha with a great beer list, this is your place.
This is the most quintessential neighborhood bar that chose to offer quality beer that I’ve visited. It appeared that everyone knew each other, or soon will. The beer selection wasn’t overwhelming, but covered all the necessary bases. You can order food from the next door farm-to-table restaurant, Lot 2. Highly recommended.