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About Liberty Tavern
Deliciously Fresh, Distinctively American. At Liberty Tavern, it is our commitment to bring you the best and freshest artisan products from around the United States and only the United States. Chef de Cuisine Kimbler Harrold and his exceptional culinary team have, through an extensive search, found Artisan growers and specialty purveyors. These partners share our passion and desire for providing unique products of the finest quality at your table in a feast for eyes and palate. Liberty Tavern is the only restaurant in Nebraska that is partnered with Chefs Collaborative. This nationwide network is made up of Chefs, Artisan Growers, Ranchers and Educators dedicated to the goal of sustainable resources and organic farming. This collaboration allows us to shorten the distance from field to fork and helps us bring to you the best in seasonal goods. We believe in diversity and traditional farming techniques, responsible fisheries and humane meat production.
1001 Cass Street
Omaha, NE 68102
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:00am - 11:00am;
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 2:00pm;
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm;
Buffet Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Food Offered in Bar from 2pm to 5pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Liberty Tavern offers free self parking at the entrance to the Hilton Omaha.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Liberty Tavern offers a fully private dining room; The Freedom Room. This enclosed room has a view over the whole restaurant and seats up to 16 guests. Liberty Tavern also offers The Wine Room. This room is surrounded on three sides by wine racks and is open to the dining room and seats 12.
Liberty Tavern Ratings and Reviews
First time eating this highly rated restaurant’s brunch. Very good overall. Server was friendly and attentive as well as the other staff. It had a good vibe, the upstairs was classy and stylish while the downstairs was more subdued bar style and had its own charm. My date and I really enjoyed the food and ambience. Not sure why they couldn’t find our OpenTable reservation but glad the cold day helped to ensure we were still sat without other issue. Though there was a problem with another party that came later but I think it worked out organically in the end. All in all we will try again as it’s a staple of Arlington. I also like it because it used to be a Masonic lodge which I also asked the host about and he oblivious to but whatever.
The place really needs help. They do not offer very many items. My seafood stew I have had before was tasteless and the "seasonal vegetables" were potatoes,peas & carrots. To me they looked frozen. The ribeye was tough but flavorful.
I wish they would revamp this restaurant
Very very busy due to big event at the arena just across the street, this large hotel restaurant was clearly overwhelmed. Items were forgotten twice despite reminders. The food came out like it had been shoveled onto the plates. The waiter, though pleasant, was not up to the task. The food was disappointing . The manager did come to our table and paid for our drinks in recompense for an overall unpleasant experience.
Food was fine, most of the people we encountered were very friendly; hostess, busboys, and other servers. Our server was the problem. She was not very friendly, seemed bothered to be there, and we witnessed her rudeness to other patrons and her fellow staff members. It took us over 30 minutes to get our drinks. The food almost came out faster. Everything took really long. In all fairness it was an event night at CenturyLink and many of the horse show attendees and riders came back to the hotel for drinks and food-but being so close would make me think that this isn't unusual and they would be prepared for a big jump in volume. No manager in sight. We weren't in a hurry and would have been more understanding if our server was simply nice.
Great food, exceptionally slow, slow service. Took 15 mins to get a water, and I had to ask 4 times for it, and once it was gone, they didn't refill it automatically. It wasn't busy either, so not sure what the issue was on their end.
Concentrate on having exceptional service and you have a top notch place to eat.
It took us an hour to get our food; when the restaurant wasn't busy. They couldn't make a simple Sangria. Our waitress couldn't answer any questions about the food, but said she'd get back to us and left. She never got back to us on the questions. Couldn't give us a drink menu. Overall wasn't a good experience.
Brunch 1 1/2 hrs before a Creighton basketball game. Our waitress was sweet, but totally overwhelmed. Seated 20 min. No menus, no waters. Told her we'd go to the buffet. Were handed the check before we got our waters, coffee or self served the buffet.
Food was good, but they need more staff, especially when they know they're going to be busy (before scheduled events).
The vegetables were not cooked enough. The Brussels sprouts were hard and didn't have much flavor. The same for the acorn squash. Many of the salad side dishes were of the pasta type. I would like to have seen more vegetable options. The meats were very good. The desserts were very good.
Holiday dining: variety was good. Quality of meats/fish was inconsistent. Some very good, others not so much. Vegetable recipes looked appetizing and delicious but brussel sprouts were undercooked and squash was stringy. More variety of vegetable dishes would have been nice also. Mashed potatoes and dressing were very good. Dessert table was well supplied. Quality, variety, and quantity of desserts was very good.
My spouse and I had reservations for the Thanksgiving buffet. It really lived up to the billing! The turkey was moist and well cooked. Our favorite was the dressing and the Turkey gravy. Great flavors. The service was very good and our waitress was both attentive and polite. Finally the variety of the dessert table was really tasty especially the apple pie. We will be back next year and recommend this venue to our friends?
This was our first visit to the Hilton's Liberty Tavern. The wait staff was very hospitable and had a warm friendly attitude. Having been our first time to this Sunday Brunch, she explained everything and the food was well prepared with a great presentation. We would definitely recommend to any travelers or as in our case any local residents looking for a downtown Sunday brunch. We made reservations through Open Table but probably did not need them.
Outstanding restaurant for a hotel lobby. We attended the Olympic Swim Trials earlier this week and ended up eating that Liberty the first time as a default due to it's location. We proceeded to eat there 3 more times, twice for dinner and once for lunch, based on our first experience. Highly recommend the Pub Burger to anyone who likes burgers!
We were greeted and thanked by the host. We had two waitresses, obviously one in training, and both very good. Husband ordered a salad which he said was great. He also had a steak and grilled vegetables. The steak was cooked perfectly.
I ordered the Mac and Cheese with short ribs. My dish was excellent and brought half of it home since the portions were so generous. So glad we decided to try this place. It was fantastic!
Service was very good and decor is attractive, but the food was only so-so. It's typical hotel fare. My steak was overdone and small, and the prepared food was too salty. (Hint to the cook: there's a salt shaker on the table if I want that much salt, but there's no salt remover, so go light on the salt, please!)
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