2808 S. 72nd St.
Omaha, NE 68124
Phone: (402) 397-7137
Fax: (402) 397-3492
Bars & Cafes
Liv Lounge with its hazy purple decor is a perfect way to spend the evening in the company of some great music and spirits. Apart from the regulars on the bar menu, the place also has many special cocktails. The place also holds small music events here to add that zing to your evening. The services here are quite efficient and the ambiance very classy. So come here for a nice, peaceful time with your loved ones.
This comfortable midtown drinking spot is known for pouring a stiff cocktail. Friendly bartenders, comfy chairs and a great jukebox make The Interlude a home away from home for the establishment's many loyal regulars. Autumn is a busy time here with a constant flow of football fanatics stopping by to watch the big game. This is the perfect spot to watch Monday Night Football.
The ultimate neighborhood bar, the VIP is the "Cheers" of Omaha. The bartenders know most everyone by name, but this should not keep a new face from joining the crowd. Stiff drinks, several televisions, pickle card gambling and the grooviest jukebox in town keep everyone coming back. Grab a seat at the bar, or choose a table next to the tiny dance floor. Friendly, attentive service, reasonable prices and a very generous pour are just a few more reasons to check out this local favorite.
The Hideout Lounge at 72nd Street is a great bar with entertainment options like live music, DJ's, karaoke to leave you having a great time. Drinks are priced very reasonably and it's a smoking bar so stock up on the cigarettes. Styles of music played here are diverse such as metal, funk, reggae, electro to name a few.
At Kennedy's you will get the the quintessential Irish pub experience. Music, games, food, alcohol, fun and frolic; you will find it all here. There is a beer garden, some of the best DJs spinning some great music, gigs and musical performances all tailored for a fun evening. You can hit the dance floor or play pool and other games with your friends. Anything you do, this place will beckon you again.
O'leaver's is an old-style pub in the city of Omaha. Locals gather to catch up with each other and check out the line-up of live music. Mainly consisting of rock music, many touring acts play here, and the crowd enjoys the music along with chilled beer. This is a great place to spend some time with friends, have some drinks and enjoy some live tunes.
Everyone is Irish at this festive pub. Wood paneling and big, sturdy tables and booths make this the place to pull up a chair and hang out with your friends. Beers and whiskeys from Ireland are the favorite here; there is even a separate whiskey menu. The food is better than average with beer battered Galloway Bay Fish and Chips, the Pub Classic Sandwich, Jameson Whiskey Steak and Lemon Pepper Salmon. Live Irish music adds to the fun.
One look at the Chrome Lounge tells you that it's extremely popular among car and bike enthusiasts. The logo itself is an impressive bike surrounded by flames. In keeping with their patrons' passions, the lounge has Bike Nights on Wednesdays and the Thursday Night Car Show every week. Their Happy Hours from 3p-7p are very popular, but the crowd sticks around even after that, much late into the night. They have bands jamming on Thursdays and live shows on weekends, which are enjoyed greatly by patrons. They are many other options for entertainment too, such as pool tables, dart boards, televisions, etc. The beer garden is the most popular part of the lounge, where everyone loves to hang out and enjoy some fresh air. Here you can also host parties and functions of any kind with the help of the lounge staff.
The new Lift Lounge has taken over the former Murphy's Lounge on 96th Street, housing the area's only video jukebox as well as 12 high-def 50" flat screen TV's to watch the latest sports events. The Lift Lounge is a mountain lodge with a log cabin interior, comfy couches, and an outdoor beer garden. With pool tables, foosball, darts, and live music, the Lift Lounge promises a good time and a laid-back atmosphere.
Looking for a place to hangout with your beer buddies? Simply head to the 21st Saloon that offers variety of drinks and entertainment options. As far as games are concerned, guests can choose from pool-tables, foosball, dart boards and arcade games; sports buff need not fret as it has televisions streaming the latest sporting action. That's not it, music lovers can rejoice too, as locals swear by its one demand video jukebox that features almost 15,000 videos. So go head and indulge in revelry and drinking at the 21st Saloon.
Located in a building that once housed a bookstore of the same name, Pageturners Lounge is a classy addition to the Omaha bar scene. The bar has a huge beer selection from around the country on tap, as well as specials - order the house special and get a Tecate and a shot of Old Overholt rye whiskey. The crowd here tends to be young and trendy, probably owing to the fact that the bar is co-owned by local son and famous musician Conor Oberst. Monday nights feature live music.
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.