If you’re looking for a good library to cool off in this summer, I recommend the Library Pub. Not only is it a great destination bar, it is an easily accessible destination.
Maloney's Irish Pub is home to a patio and a sand volleyball court.
The spacious spot near the intersection of 108th and Q has quite a lot going for it.
The spot near Council Bluffs sits near a straight stretch of road on the historic Lincoln Highway.
One could come here and just drink. There are certainly enough beer options to satisfy even the broadest of tastes, but one look at the food menu and you will undoubtedly want to have at it.
The Midtown Crossing location benefits from a server who pushed all the right buttons on drink selections.
Like all good pubs, Thunderhead has a friendly Irish manager behind the bar to fill you in on each of its 48 taps. Each tap has a unique variety of Thunderhead, from maibock to Czech pils, IPA to stout, summer wheat to Belgian white and even from cream soda to root beer.
Little Bohemia has been getting a makeover the last couple of years, and promises to be the next seriously cool destination neighborhood for the hip and the hip-adjacent who will flock in droves, throwing money as they go.
It’s simple math. Any bar can be a dive, but only a great bar can be a great dive. Take California Bar as an example.
Nothing makes the liquor go down quicker than perching on a stool in a friendly neighborhood bar where the person doing the pouring has a genuine affection for their customers and a deep attachment to the establishment serving you.