This Weekend in Omaha #4

It’s a weekend of love, it’s a weekend of beer… Speed dating, EDM at The Max, Omaha Beer Week (so much beer!) and more!

Thursday (Valentine’s Day)




A Romantic Evening with Bae

Sweetheart Dinner at the Zoo

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Scott Aquarium followed by a romantic dinner and music from the Midlands String Quartet. Cost is $170 per ticket. One ticket to the event includes admission for two people, four drink tickets, a private table for two and dinner for two.

Monarch Prime & Bar

Course I: Duck Prosciutto | Beef Heart Tartare | Crispy Sunchoke
Course II: Kale Salad | Parsnip Soup | Salad Lyonaisse
Course III: Venison | Cauliflower | Dry Aged Bison Ribeye | Scallop
Course IV: Red Velvet | Strawberry Mousse

$85 per person excluding truffle additions + wine features and whole table participation is required.

A Lover’s Beer Pairing at Farnam House Brewing Company

The dinner will include three courses paired with beers by our in-house cicerone for $40 (per person).

Did Valentine’s Day sneak up on you? Try and book one of these restaurants!

**Weather Report**

“Supposed to snow and be cold, windy and shitty all weekend, kinda like last last weekend but probably worse.” – More details here.

Omaha Famous

Local music, food, and people, you should know

The Down Under Lounge – 3530 Leavenworth St. Omaha, NE 68105

— For my first experience at Down Under Lounge, well, I probably had a little too much fun. All I remember is that I had 5-6 pints of some fantastic beer and was playing bongos off stage by the end of the night and left my debit card there. But I recall, I was allowed to play bongos off stage, at least for that night…When I came back to get my debit card (they very graciously kept it secure for 3 weeks), I decided to have a beer as well, and started to learn a bit more about this place. This is a true, local, musicians bar. Not only will the Down Under have music playing on stage most nights, but in the crowd will be musicians themselves, and you will probably see them take turns with whoever is on stage. Then you can chat up the person who was just playing and tell them how you also play guitar but aren’t very good. Everyone here seems to know each other in the best way. It’s like that show Cheers! on acid, and with really good music and beer. And I mean, really good music. The locals here can really play, and you should go and support them and enjoy the whole atmosphere. Leave the bongos to the professionals…

Best Nights To Go – Every Wednesday Open Mic Night

Another one in the books…Share this blog with friends and I’ll give you a dollar!*


*will not give you a dollar

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