Omaha best Bars

As the largest city in Nebraska, Omaha is lively after dark. The city has plenty of bars for those who are looking for a place to unwind while on business travel or after a long day.

If you are looking to go out in Omaha, below is an overview of some of the city’s best bars.

M’s Pub
422 S. 11th Street
(402) 342-2550

Located in downtown Omaha in the Old Market district, M’s Pub is a well-established venue. While it is popular as both a restaurant and a bar, it is recommended that you sit at its ample bar.

This pub has a New York feel to it, as it is modern. Its primary color schemes are black and white, which is always a nice touch.

The staff here has been around for a while, and they can make great recommendations. And the food is good. You can go for a big meal like prime rib or steak, both of which are done right in the Midwest. Or you can stick to pub grub, such as a greasy cheeseburger.

M’s Pub is a bit pricey so be prepared for that. And it is one of the most popular establishments in the Old Market district. It is usually crowded and has some good energy around it.

The Waiting Room
6212 Maple Street

Looking for a good place to drink beer and listen to some live music? You need look no further than the Waiting Room. This is a somewhat small venue. It is not pretentious and you can catch some really cool music here.

The Waiting Room is a favorite of locals, so that tells you a lot about it. The drinks are reasonably priced. The sound is good. The venue is intimate enough so you can really see the band.

There is some seating available near the stage, which is an added bonus. But be sure to get there early if you want to grab one of the seats, as they go quickly.

Crescent Moon Ale House
3578 Farnam Street
(402) 345-1708

If you are a beer drinker, Crescent Moon Ale House offers one of the best selections of beer in the city. With over 30 beers on tap, you will be in beer heaven! Crescent Moon is popular, so some nights may work better for you than others.

If you do not like crowds, then the time to go is a week night. If you are into the scene, you will want to hit Crescent Moon on a weekend night. Saturday night is hugely popular, as karaoke is featured.

While the beer selection is reason enough to visit this pub, its food is also really good. The Reuben is one of the best you will ever eat. And it is especially delicious after a few beers!

Huber Haus
3578 Farnam Street
(402) 345-0162

In the mood for all-things-German? If so, you need to visit Huber Haus, which serves German beer on tap, pretzels and bratwurst. What a comforting combination!

Located in the basement of the Crescent Moon Ale House, this establishment is popular with the early-twenties crowd. If you are older, it is wise to go relatively early.