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Restaurants 2020

by Cynthia S. Peterson Lincoln’s culinary scene continues to grow and includes plenty of options from Nebraska steaks or Pan-Asian to vegetarian or Italian. There are lots of places to eat and be seen in Lincoln— from sports bars and...

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Restaurants 2020

by Cynthia S. Peterson If you love to dine out, Lincoln is your city, boasting hundreds of restaurants serving up all kinds of great food in establishments both locally owned and part of well-known chains. From sports bars and grills...

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Beer Drinking in Lincoln

by Tyler A. Thomas author of Nebraska Beer Great Plains History by the Pint and founder/managing editor of NebraskaFoodie.com Lincoln has an amazing beer culture, with each brewery crafting its own unique take on beer, food and hospitality. Among others,...

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A chef is an artist

by Jeff Korbelik and Catharine Huddle As you’ll see below, Lincoln has plenty of established favorite chefs. It’s also got a fairly new up and comer in Nic Webster, who, with Brien Sweeney and Dane Bass, is turning out classic...

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Restaurants Galore

by Sriyani Tidball If you love to go out to eat, Lincoln is your city. Lincoln boasts of hundreds of restaurants serving up all kinds of great food. Wonderful restaurants serving delicious meals are scattered all across the city—from sports...

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Lincoln’s Restaurants and Coffee Shops

Lincoln boasts of hundreds of restaurants serving up all kinds of food. If you love to go out to eat, Lincoln is your city. Wonderful restaurants serving delicious meals are scattered all across the city—from sports bars that serve scrumptious...

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Lincoln’s Breakfast Spots

by Sriyani Tidball I love breakfast. French toast, eggs benedict, pancakes, omelets, poached eggs, bacon, rolls and muffins, I just love it all. Somehow in most cities they have multitude of restaurants that serve lunch and dinner, but when it...

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Lincoln Nightlife

by Jesse Starita Not long ago, when people pondered what to do in downtown Lincoln, things like the Pershing Center and nondescript college bars may have come to mind. But in recent years, with the deck of cards reshuffled, downtown...