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About The Grey Plume

The Grey Plume focuses on seasonality and sustainability. We change our menu often, basing our cuisine on local farmer's supply. When possible we preserve produce from Nebraska and the region at harvest for the winter months. The Grey Plume works in partnership with The Green Restaurant Association and is the first and only Certified Green Restaurant in Nebraska. Enjoy the comfortably elegant dining atmosphere for dinner.

220 South 31st Avenue
Suite 3101
Omaha, NE 68131
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Dining Style:
Fine Dining

Cuisines:
Contemporary American, Organic, Contemporary French

Hours of Operation:
Dinner from Monday through Saturday, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Cross Street:
31st & Farnam St.; Entrance on Farnam, across from Midtown Cinema

Dress Code:
Business Casual

Price Range:
$31 to $50

Payment Options
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Phone Number:
(402) 763-4447

Website:
http://www.thegreyplume.com/

Catering:
The Grey Plume offers catering for your private in-home or business functions. Please contact us or visit our website for more details.

Parking Details:
Enjoy complimentary parking in the Midtown Parking garage located directly across the street from the restaurant.

Executive Chef:
Clayton Chapman

Private Party Facilities:
The Grey Plume offers private dining for intimate events, receptions, cocktail parties, as well as meeting space for those business functions you want to take out of the boardroom. Our restaurant staff is at your service ready to exceed your expectations.

Private Party Contact:
Heather Smith: (402) 763-4447

Additional:
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine

Special Events & Promotions:
The Grey Plume has a private dining space located across the street at Provisions by The Grey Plume. It can accommodate up to 20 guests and includes private Chefs & service staff, as well as A/V capabilities. For parties larger than 20, the restaurant can be booked for an evening.

The Grey Plume Ratings and Reviews

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4.6

service

4.6

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4.6

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4.0

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87% would recommend it to a friend

Special Occasion (29)
Creative Cuisine (27)
Fit for Foodies (26)
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Good for Anniversaries (26)
Romantic (24)
Good for a Date (24)
Local Ingredients (21)
Worth the Drive (20)
Good for Birthdays (19)
Tasting Menu (19)
Authentic (17)
Quiet Conversation (17)
Notable Wine List (16)
Seasonal (15)
Cozy (13)
Handcrafted Cocktails (13)
Healthy (11)
Neighborhood Gem (9)
Business Meals (7)
Organic (7)
Paleo Friendly (6)
Pre/post Theatre (6)
Good Vegetarian Options (5)
Fun (4)
Bar Seating (3)
Casual (3)
Happy Hour (3)
Hot Spot (3)
Disabled Access (2)
Great Beer (2)
Tapas (2)
Kid-friendly (1)
Gluten Free Options (1)
Good for Groups (1)
Great for Lunch (1)
People Watching (1)
Quick Bite (1)
Vegan (1)
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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined 14 hours ago

Incredible Elk sampler special as recommended by the wait staff. Phenomenal service as always and solid cocktails. Dessert that makes you almost cry. Ridiculously good.

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 (Omaha)·Dined 5 days ago

We love dining at Grey Plume! The ingredients are locally sourced and the cuisine is delightfully creative! Each visit is truly an experience to be remembered!

Tags: Good Vegetarian Options, Seasonal, Disabled Access, Notable Wine List, Quiet Conversation, Worth the Drive, Good for a Date, Creative Cuisine, Good for Anniversaries, Good for Birthdays, Local Ingredients, Authentic, Romantic, Neighborhood Gem, Cozy, Pre/post Theatre, Fit for Foodies, Special Occasion, Handcrafted Cocktails
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 (Las Vegas)·Dined 6 days ago

We have wanted to try Grey Plume for awhile. It did not disappoint. The staff were great, atmosphere was very quaint, and food was wonderful.

Tags: Good for Birthdays, Tasting Menu, Authentic, Special Occasion, Worth the Drive
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 (Omaha)·Dined on November 11, 2017

Fine experience for my daughters birthday

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 (Los Angeles)·Dined on November 3, 2017

Fantastic dining experience with great service. The duck-fat fries are out of this world. Highly recommended!

Tags: Fit for Foodies, Worth the Drive, Pre/post Theatre, Quiet Conversation, Special Occasion
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 (Las Vegas)·Dined on October 29, 2017

Most of the food we ordered was excellent. My only complaint was that I ordered something the kitchen was out of and rather than ask my preference, the chef substituted for me. His choice was to send gnocchi in butternut squash creme in lieu of butternut squash ravioli. I don't love gnocchi and despite my high tolerance for salt, I thought the dish was very salty. Everything else was wonderful.

Tags: Paleo Friendly, Local Ingredients, Special Occasion, Fit for Foodies, Authentic, Seasonal, Pre/post Theatre, Good for Birthdays, Tasting Menu, Good for Anniversaries, Quiet Conversation, Romantic, Good Vegetarian Options, Creative Cuisine, Handcrafted Cocktails
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 (New York Area)·Dined on October 24, 2017

Highly recommend the tasting menu[s]! Wagyu Beef and Heirloom Squash Soup were among my favorite items on the menu! Wine list is very extensive and worth it.

Tags: Business Meals, Notable Wine List, Local Ingredients, Tasting Menu, Fit for Foodies, Special Occasion
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·Dined on October 22, 2017

The service team was first rate. Patty is a Rock Star

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Romantic, Worth the Drive, Healthy
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·Dined on October 22, 2017

Tasting menu was some of the best food I've ever eaten. The wine pairings were phenomenal. One of the two best restaurants I've eaten at in Omaha.

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 (Omaha)·Dined on October 22, 2017

Duck fat fries were great, chartuterie plate for $22 didn't have a lot of meat and geese it was flavorful. Entrees were good but the wine selection was disappointing and pricey for a glass. They put a $20 gratuity regardless of cost and then they add a row for additional tip. Snobby foodies will likely love it haha

Tags: Quick Bite, Happy Hour
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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined on October 15, 2017

Always innovative and delicious flavors with the best service in town! Especially cozy in the fall and winter.

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·Dined on October 14, 2017

Great place for our first anniversary dinner. I heard of Grey plume years ago, when I worked with the Lincoln Secret Supper, and Clayton Chapman as a head chef for all kinds of area foodie events!

Tags: Special Occasion, Fit for Foodies
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vip
 (Atlanta)·Dined on October 13, 2017

This place was knockout. We have the great fortune of eating in great restaurants all over the country and The Grey Plume surprised us with its stellar menu and wine list. Everything was executed to perfection. If you are looking for what must be the nicest spot in Omaha this is it!

Tags: Fit for Foodies, Cozy, Fun, Tasting Menu, Quiet Conversation, Romantic, Creative Cuisine, Notable Wine List, Bar Seating, Good for Birthdays, Good for a Date, Seasonal, Handcrafted Cocktails, Special Occasion, Worth the Drive
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 (Omaha)·Dined on October 12, 2017

Life is too short and I'm too busy to put in bad reviews. But I'll make an exception. Had heard many good things about the place. Very disappointed. A calm Wednesday night. High-end guy from out of town in for a business meal. Waitress was a very quiet Cocker. Could barely hear her. Repeatedly asked to speak up. Tried to order an appetizer – they were out. Tried to order an entrée – they were out. Ordered a replacement dish. Maybe 3 ounces of fish tops. Tasted OK for an appetizer. My guest ordered coffee – took 15 minutes. The topper – bill came and tip was already added in on a dinner for two bill. Won't be back.

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 (Washington DC)·Dined on October 4, 2017

Lovely setting but then flowers on table they were mostly dead and the vase was dirty and filled with stagnant water— that should have been a hint of what my dinner would be like. In other words...proper attention to details was missing.
The carbonara spaetzle (Happy Hour Menu) was provocative but had too many flavors to form any type of palate pleaser. The sherbet was cold but the melon balls were warm. My Wagyu loin steak ($48) came out medium well instead of medium rare but the exceptional server whisked it away and had them prepare a new one. When it did come back there were too many sauces on the meat and the accompaniments to fully enjoy the flavor of the meat. The dessert menu was interesting but too avantgarde for me...cedar ice cream? I like cedar in my closet but not in my mouth.

Tags: Happy Hour
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 (New York Area)·Dined on October 3, 2017

Although I have eaten at this restaurant before, it seems the food has gone dramatically downhill. Although the appetizers were OK, the rest of the dinner was very bad. We had a corn chowder that had a salty metallic taste and was inedible. The salad had a very unpleasant sour dressing. For the main course we got the beef collar. The sauce was sharp and inappropriate, the meat was tough and it was served with dry wilted cauliflower. We also tried the rigatoni which was a bizarre combination of two sour sauces, also inedible. I have never put a bad review of any restaurant before or sent food back to the kitchen. In this case the soup and both main dishes we tried were inedible.

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 (Omaha)·Dined on September 30, 2017

We ordered the charcuterie board which was very good. One thing they do that I like is the bread is in thin round crisps of which there are plenty for the plate. To compare, one place nearby, gave us three pita triangles for a party of four. What are we supposed to do , draw straws? We were disappointed to see a favorite pasta dish (agnolotti?) was gone. So I went with the rigatoni which looked very small when it arrived but was actually dense and filling and delicious. My wife ordered the pork tasting. I had ordered this in the past and wasn't wowed by it but this particular iteration (they change presentations frequently) was fantastic. Seriously, if I could just get a large plate of the pork belly, I probably wouldn't order anything else. Our server was pleasant, funny and knowledgeable, no issues there. The only thing that caused to downgrade from five stars was the pecan pie. It would have been fine if it was actually a pecan pie but instead came in three small deconstructed dollops including one pecan and was grossly overpriced. My wifes creme brulee on the other hand was fantastic.

Tags: Seasonal, Creative Cuisine
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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined on September 30, 2017

Our 36th anniversary. It could not have been better.

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·Dined on September 29, 2017

Our server was very friendly and great at his job. I booked a reservation for my girlfriend's birthday and they had a card signed by the staff on the table for her. We got a five course meal and the server explained each one as it came and all were outstanding! The wine list is amazing but a bit overpriced. I would not recommend for casual dining, but the Grey Plume is amazing, the staff cares, and the experience is a must - especially if you go for a special occasion.

Tags: Paleo Friendly, Cozy, Healthy, Good for Anniversaries, Notable Wine List, Local Ingredients, Pre/post Theatre
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 (Phoenix)·Dined on September 27, 2017

It has a stellar reputation, but we found the service to be slow and the food inconsistent. Drinks are outrageously priced.... $13 for a very small margarita?!? $16 for a glass of house red wine?!?
If you do go, the charcuterie is a standout.... has some wonderful house made pates, salamis, jams and mustards, and a nice variety of local cheeses.

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 (Omaha)·Dined on September 26, 2017

The rigatoni was good but very uninteresting. The pork tasting was excellent.

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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined on September 23, 2017

Top notch service and food. There's no other place in omaha that can compare!

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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined on September 16, 2017

We keep giving them a chance, but each time we're disappointed. When you pay $300 for dinner for two, it should be exceptional. We tried their new tasting menu. My wife asked for hot tea. After asking 3 times it finally arrived at the one hour point after the second course - cold. I ordered the wine pairing. With a 5 course meal, only three wines arrived. Two were the same, and none were introduced. 5 different wait staff brought entrees, and only one entree was explained. No one was in charge. The rigatoni was boring. The chicken was overcooked. The beef was tough. Shortly after the fifth course arrived, they brought the check. No asking if we'd like coffee or anything else. We were courtrous and polite throughout, but It was like they couldn't wait to get rid of us. When compared to similar restaurants that do tasting menus, like V Mertz and Dolche, they are utterly outclassed.

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 (Omaha)·Dined on September 12, 2017

My wife and I had never been to Grey Plume so we went for our anniversary and it did not disappoint. The wait staff even dropped off a card they all signed saying Happy Anniversary. We received great attention from the entire staff. Will be a meal we remember.

Tags: Notable Wine List, Handcrafted Cocktails, Cozy, Tasting Menu, Creative Cuisine, Fun, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Good for Birthdays, Quiet Conversation, Good for a Date, Fit for Foodies, Seasonal, Worth the Drive, Local Ingredients, Healthy, Romantic, Business Meals
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 (Omaha)·Dined on September 3, 2017

The best meal I've ever had in my entire life. Made our first anniversary one to remember and created our new tradition for the next ones. Vegetarian and other dietary restrictions do not faze them in the slightest.

Tags: Good Vegetarian Options, Tapas, Vegan, Fun, Good for Birthdays, Romantic, Healthy, Good for Anniversaries, Organic, Quiet Conversation, Special Occasion, Creative Cuisine, Notable Wine List, Seasonal, Handcrafted Cocktails, Tasting Menu, Fit for Foodies, Authentic, Local Ingredients
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 (Omaha)·Dined on September 1, 2017

The food and service is always great. We decided on the tasting menu this time instead of ordering ourselves. The food was delicious and the presentation was great. The menu gave us a chance to try different items we were generally not order. We did miss getting the fries. Thank you for the great service and food!

Tags: Good for Birthdays, Creative Cuisine, Romantic
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·Dined on September 1, 2017

Great dining experience. Food was wonderful. Great wait staff.

Tags: Special Occasion, Seasonal
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·Dined on September 1, 2017

Exceeded expectations which were already high. Classy yet fun place for a leisurely meal of locally sourced foods. Very knowledgeable staff, cool vibe. Amuse bouche a nice start! Love how kitchen staff gets appreciated, too.

Tags: Romantic, Tasting Menu, Healthy, Cozy, People Watching, Authentic, Neighborhood Gem, Notable Wine List, Fun, Tapas, Creative Cuisine, Paleo Friendly, Handcrafted Cocktails, Good for Anniversaries, Quiet Conversation, Special Occasion, Organic, Business Meals, Local Ingredients, Worth the Drive, Good for Birthdays, Disabled Access, Great Beer, Seasonal, Good for a Date
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 (Minneapolis)·Dined on August 27, 2017

I know this restaurant has been featured in some big-time publications over the years yet I haven't had anyone I know eat there. As a party of 6 we made reservations last weekend and it was everything we expected and more. We are a group of fairly savvy food and travel people and therefore can be hard to "wow", but The Grey Plume did in every aspect. The service was incredible, the food was truly stunning and the ambiance is subdued and understated and literally perfect. They use locally sourced items , which adds to the authenticity of the menu. The bar was exceptional with great creativity on classic drinks - I ordered 3 bourbon drinks and let the bartender be creative with the ingredients, and they were all excellent. I can't say enough about it. If you get the chance, drop everything and go. I've eaten at many top rated restaurants in Chicago and other cities, and this maybe better than all of them. And frankly, I didn't think the prices were outrageous. All 6 of us ate, had drinks or wine, shared a dessert, and the bill with tip was right at $500. If you can eat at a 5 star restaurant for under $100 a head - I think THAT is incredible as well.

Tags: Cozy, Local Ingredients, Romantic, Quiet Conversation
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·Dined on August 27, 2017

The food was amazing and the service was perfect! I loved that you weren't given so much food I couldn't enjoy the appetizer and salad before my meal. Wonderful place and I will definitely return!

Tags: Quiet Conversation, Good for a Date, Healthy, Good for Anniversaries, Good for Birthdays, Special Occasion, Fit for Foodies, Local Ingredients, Romantic, Handcrafted Cocktails, Authentic
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·Dined on August 20, 2017

Let me start by saying that we have dined at this establishment on many special occasions and on those times everything has been wonderful. However, tonight was a different story. The service was dreadful and somewhat unknowledgeable when describing the food on our plates. While the food was adequate, it was very underwhelming on this visit. The carrot soup tasted like a salt lick and the main courses were tepid when it came to us and the cocktail that I ordered with my main corse never arrived. I would have said something but with a "non existent" waiter, it is kinda hard to complain. And then to say it is a required 20% tip? I have always rooted for the chef when he has been nominated for a James Beard award and was always bombed when he did not win. But with this evenings experience, it became very clear why he has not won said award. I believe it is time for the chef to go back to the kitchen and figure out why they are not getting it right. This is not an establishment that we will frequent again as we can find just as good food closer to home if not in our own kitchen. I heard this phrase once and it has always stuck with me and describes this experience perfectly, " An ounce of pretension is worth a pound of manure".

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 (Houston)·Dined on August 20, 2017

So delicious! We did the tasting menu (five courses) with wine pairings, and it was so good. And I ate foods I would not ordinarily order. Many of the course showed up deconstructed, but we smushed everything together like a casserole. The flavor combos were scrumptious. The staff is very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. And the decor is pleasant. Highly recommend!

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 (Washington DC)·Dined on August 13, 2017

Best dinner we had while staying four nights in Omaha NE. Knowledgeable wait staff, great choices, wonderful presentation and an overall better-than-expected experience. Highly recommended. Just as good as better restaurants in major metro areas.

Pictures of carrot soup and chicken roulade attached.

Tags: Worth the Drive, Healthy, Fit for Foodies, Quiet Conversation, Creative Cuisine
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 (Orlando)·Dined on August 12, 2017

All courses were beautifully presented on interesting plates. Great to have a glass of Nebraska wine on the wine list.

Tags: Good Vegetarian Options, Fit for Foodies, Neighborhood Gem
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 (Omaha)·Dined on August 12, 2017

My boyfriend and I finally had a night off together, and we'd been wanting to try this place out for at least a year. We decided to splurge. We both went with the four-course tasting menu on top of a charcuterie board with torchon-style foie gras. We started with the "first bite," which was a spoonful of primarily garlic flavors (including a garlic jelly) with a crisped herb to top it off. This was a great way to lead into our expertly crafted cocktails: a black rye Manhattan for me and and an old fashioned for him. Everything on the charcuterie board including the foie gras was delicious, even the cocoa berry salami, which was bizarre but pleasant. Our first course was a smaller version of the "chicken and egg" dish from their menu. What I liked best about it was the different purée options between the egg yolk, beet, and cream sauces; I believe there was one other, but I can't recall for sure. It was surprisingly unremarkable beyond that. Fortunately, the next course was the entree I had been contemplating: the cobia. It was a fish I had never tasted before, but it was beautifully cooked and paired well with a red pepper sauce. The main course was a mouth-watering sampling of various cuts of pork, my favorite being the sausage, all flavored with in-season peaches. Finally, our dessert was something akin to a very dense chocolate mousse next to a smoked sorbet. It was certainly a novelty I'm glad to have tried, but probably would not order again. Our meal came to a close with a couple of buttery shortbread cookies that we were able to take home with us.

Unfortunately, the price point for the restaurant is outside of anything but a special occasion for me, but it is entirely worth it. The food is certainly unlike anything I've tried elsewhere, and I hope to make my way there to experience what a different season might bring to the menu.

Tags: Fit for Foodies, Good for Birthdays, Special Occasion, Good for a Date, Romantic, Seasonal, Creative Cuisine, Handcrafted Cocktails, Local Ingredients, Paleo Friendly, Tasting Menu
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 (Denver)·Dined on August 12, 2017

We went to the Grey Plume to celebrate our anniversary and were welcomed so nicely by the staff. Service was great, food was unique and delicious and extra special touches were made for our special occasion. The atmosphere however, with the acoustics of the dining area, conversations from other tables nearby are intensified. We made our reservation a week in advance which included a notation of our anniversary, but surprisingly we were placed by a party of twelve making it very challenging to hear each other talk. Admittedly, this group was not very considerate of their noise level, which increased in volume as the evening went on, nor did they consider their inappropriate conversations that other diners in the entire restaurant could most likely overhear. We realize this was not the fault of the restaurant, but it did, however, take away from our special occasion and dining experience there. Too bad the restaurant doesn't seat tables of two (especially with reservations made so far in advance for a special occasion) further away from big groups to avoid this.

Tags: Pre/post Theatre, Authentic, Fit for Foodies, Local Ingredients, Good for Anniversaries, Creative Cuisine
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 (Chicago)·Dined on August 11, 2017

I hate eating alone but was traveling to Omaha on my own. The staff at The Grey Plume were incredibly welcoming and friendly while also letting me just sit, relax, and enjoy my delicious food. It was an amazing experience.

Tags: Casual, Seasonal, Worth the Drive, Good for Anniversaries, Creative Cuisine, Tasting Menu, Good for Birthdays, Fit for Foodies, Romantic, Special Occasion
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vip
 (Chicago)·Dined on August 5, 2017

Exceptional service, and a menu that is always inventive: raspberry caviar in chilled carrot soup, allium ashes; bridgadero, a chocolate mousse with smoke ice, to name two things. A '71 Latour 2nd growth expertly uncorked.

Tags: Cozy, Fit for Foodies, Casual, Handcrafted Cocktails, Local Ingredients, Good for a Date, Worth the Drive, Special Occasion, Quiet Conversation, Neighborhood Gem, Romantic, Creative Cuisine
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vip
 (Omaha)·Dined on August 4, 2017

The soup. I genuinely cannot express in words him phenomenal Chef Clayton's soups are. They showcase his amazing variety while keeping the flavor understated yet over-the-top… Again I just cannot explain it, you have to try it for yourself. Just get your butt here for dinner or happy hour and everything you have it will be an utter delight but please, for your own sake, try to soup.

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vip
 (Orange County)·Dined on August 2, 2017

I've been to Omaha many, many times, and have known it as a steak town. This is the best restaurant I've to for innovative, firm-to-table food. The wine list was also inventive- unique choices categorized in a curious way.

Tags: Authentic, Notable Wine List, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Casual
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