Food review: Gastropub a welcome addition for modern diners, beet lovers
The menu at Wilson and Washburn, 1407 Harney St., is eight entrees, four snacks, two sides and two desserts. Among the items are the Reuben — which adds beets to the classic brisket sandwich — and the fish and chips.
Posted: Friday, September 20, 2013 12:00 am
Wilson and Washburn, on the west end of the Old Market, does the old-timey Omaha thing with just enough of a modern twist to make it fun instead of kitsch.
The restaurant is, after all, named for the city's most infamous turn-of-the-century madam, Anna Wilson, and one of her best working girls, Josie Washburn. So you expect a bit of old-timeyness.
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Friday, September 20, 2013 12:00 am.