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Considerable cloudiness. Low 17F. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph..
Considerable cloudiness. Low 17F. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph.
Updated: December 13, 2019 @ 6:45 pm
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The Drover opened in 1968 as a chain restaurant called Cork ’N Cleaver, but left the franchise and rebranded as The Drover in 1979.
As lights go out, Mister C's is fading into Omaha's history.
Mister C's Steak House. It closed in September 2007.
From left, wedding guests Shane Jochum, and Bennett and Suzanne Holzworth head to the Piazza di Maria, the outdoor courtyard built in 1988 at Mister C's Steak House.
The garden at Mr. C's Steak House.
A bone-in, ribeye steak from The Drover with steamed carrots, sugar snap peas and a candied apple garnish.
Beef, including the filet, is the main feature at Mahogany Prime Steakhouse.
Piccolo Pete's steakhouse on South 20th Street. It closed on Dec. 31, 2015.
A disco ball hangs in the dining area in 2015 at the now-closed Piccolo Pete's Restaurant.
A 12-ounce strip steak at Johnny's Cafe in South Omaha.
A Bone-in "Cowboy" 24-ounce ribeye, king crab legs, onion rings and creamed corn at Sullivan's Steakhouse.
The New York strip at Sullivan's Steakhouse, with green beans and horseradish mashed potatoes.
A 10-ounce maiden-cut ribeye steak, baked potato and coconut shrimp with orange marmalade sauce at Jericho's.
Cascio's Steakhouse at 10th and Hickory Streets in the Little Italy neighborhood.
A cowboy steak, a 22-ounce French-cut bone-in ribeye, flame broiled at Anthony's. The historic Omaha steakhouse features lots of traditional steakhouse fare with more modern and lighter dishes, as well.
People arrive for the Big Red Breakfast at Anthony's Steakhouse, 7220 F St., on Nov. 2, 2017.
The Diver Sea Scallops seafood entree is served with a wild mushroom cream sauce and a side of smoked gouda macaroni and cheese at the 360 Steakhouse in Harrah's Council Bluffs Hotel and Casino in Council Bluffs.
A ribeye steak at Brother Sebastian's dining room.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar located at 140 Regency Parkway.
The 801 Chophouse at the Paxton's 20-ounce prime rib, plus Brussels sprouts with red onion marmalade and a one-pound baked potato.
Gorat's Steakhouse at 4917 Center St.
Among the appetizers at The Drover are bacon-wrapped shrimp.