Mug of beer, glass of wine OK in entertainment zone around Lincoln arena
The entertainment district approved for the Haymarket area near Lincoln's new Pinnacle Bank Arena will be patterned after Kansas City's Power and Light District, shown here. The Kansas City district is an eight-block area featuring restaurants, entertainment and shopping, as well as this covered outdoor courtyard.
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — You could say Hiro Sushi is on a roll.
The restaurant with two Omaha locations will soon open its first Lincoln eatery across from the nearly completed Pinnacle Bank Arena. And this week, owners of the new Hiro 88 learned they will be part of Nebraska's first official entertainment district, which will allow customers to openly carry alcoholic beverages within a roughly 1½-block area.
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013 12:00 am.