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Pitch is a consistently great neighborhood place for pizza and more. Fun atmosphere. Only complaint is that they sometimes struggle with the timing of the food i.e. your "starter salad" comes out after the pizza is delivered or entrees do not arrive all at once. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I highly recommend for a unique setting - perfect for either a date, an intimate setting or similar. Food and service were top notch - I had the pork chop- one of the best I’ve ever had! My dinner dates had the lamb and the snapper- everything was fantastic. Definitely a unique experience - highly recommended MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to BLUE BLOOD BREWING CO.
Our community is everything to us. We protected it as cops. We celebrate it as brewers.
Inspired by our roots in law enforcement and the home brewing scene, our beer is meant to bring people together. It's crafted using the finest ingredients. It's scrutinized for strict adherence to our standards. It's brewed to be savored among the best of friends. Because you have a right to know where your beer comes from. A right to great taste and great memories. A right to have a little fun. We swear to uphold those rights.
In May of 2016, Blue Blood Brewing Co. moved to its new 12,000 sq.ft. brewery and taproom which sits above Robber’s Cave, a 5,000 sq.ft. maze of sandstone cave tunnels, the majority of which was created as lagering caverns in 1869 by Lincoln’s first brewery, Pioneer Brewing Co. The brewery also hosts a full menu brewpub adjoining the solid wood and dark metal taproom, overlooking its state-of-the-art brewing facility.More
The Farmhouse Inn has bed and breakfast lodging, on-site restaurant, and special event venue for weddings, business meetings, and family gatherings for 8 to 200 guests. The Inn features smoked brisket, chicken, ribs, and sausage. Homemade rolls and desserts are served and is opened to special events during the winter months. You’re at the farm, so sit back and be comfortable while we serve you family style. Family style service means we bring your food in bowls and on platters. You pass it around and share the food and fellowship at your table. It is just like being at grandma’s, except we’ll wash all the dishes. More
Nebraska is known as farm country, but don't discount the cities! For instance, Omaha is well-known for its many steakhouses. Of course, quality barbecue is always on the menu, and you can enjoy great pork tenderloin in addition to beef. Those with adventurous palates might enjoy a plate of Rocky Mountain oysters, a Nebraska tradition. Don't let landlocked Nebraska fool you. The seafood restaurants are plentiful and fine, offering shrimp with a Mexican zing and fresh oysters for happy hour. Nebraska's agricultural traditions offer access to amazing salad options, and Dorothy Lynch salad dressing was developed right here! Save room for dessert. You can find truly original sweets in Nebraska. It's the home of Butter Brickle ice cream, and you'll love the raisin pie.