Gabe’s Barbeque

1830 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
This is the best dead flesh shop this side of the North Platte The shredded hog carcass is the best, has saved many a holiday

(308) 436-7400

Barbeque

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China House

1516 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
We wandered 'downtown' for lunch. The decor was quite dated and the area looks tired. Not expecting much, we were very pleasantly surprised. Arriving for lunch they offered a buffet. The food was very good. They were cooking in small batches and continuously brought out fresh, tasty portions. Everyone in our party of 6 left happy and tummies full. Very well done - Thank You!

(308) 436-5669

Chinese

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Sandy’s Burritos

2925 N 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
I do not give out this many stars unless the food kicks butt. I started with a beef and bean burrito smothered with pork chili. O M G how do I get every morsel off that plate. I did not stop there so I tried the enchilada smothered , again most excellent. They know the drill for great green chili. Although I could not understand a soul in side but who cares when the rocks .

(308) 635-2750

Mexican

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Sandy’s Burritos

2925 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Wow how did I not go here sooner. Just the right amount of food . The smother sauce is to die for and you can even add to it well done. With most definatly eat here again.

(308) 635-2750

Restaurants

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Subway

1925 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Ok keep in mind it's subway but this is the cleanest one I've ever been in and the girl that rang me up was really nice.

(308) 436-2221

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Goonie’s Kozy Keno Bar

3745 N 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Was in town for a family reunion and we stopped in on a recommendation of Paul's burgers and Bloody Mary's! Hands down the best of both! Homemade burgers are the best! Fun, clean place with friendly staff! Be sure to stop in if ever in town!
We heard they had the #1 voted cheese burger in the state so we decided to give it a try. The Goonie Burger was worth it's $7.95 pay check and the onion rings too but the service was rather slow for a hungry tired family of 5. And the rest of the food was nothing to brag about. The French fries were your standard crinkle cut , chicken strips were the cheapest possible, nacho cheese was the powdered brand, and the super nachos were slightly less than super. Missing a few of the regular toppings we have come to expect. We might return in a hungry frenzy and try some different menu items because we always try a restaurant twice and the Bloody Mary's were spot on!
Goonie burger was exceptional. Spicy, juicy, and filling. Looking forward to a return trip to try the pineapple cream cheese burger!

(308) 633-1394

Sports Bars, Karaoke, Burgers

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The Mixing Bowl

1945 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Cozy little coffee shop! I love the Mexican Mocha coffee drink! The daily desserts and goodies in the bakery case are amazing and homemade! Ive tried some daily specials and have never been disappointed! This is farm-to-table goodness and I'm so appreciative that is place is in my community!
Great little restaurant. Homemade dressings are spectacular. Tried daily special braised beef over noodles was very good. Wonderful and friendly staff. Stop by and give it a try I hear the pastries are wonderful.
The caramel basil vinaigrette salad dressing was outstanding. The sweet potato fries are a must! Overall a cute little place with great food and service.

(308) 633-1288

Cafes, Bakeries

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Log Cabin Restaurant & Lounge

1205 M St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Nice little diner/lounge thats a perfect stop for the Scotts Bluff Monument. My buddy and I did 3 miles at the Agate Fossil Beds and took the 1 hr drive, so we were hungry. We were looking at another 3 mile hike at the bluff, so this was the spot. Looking at the menu we wanted the larger burger called the Monument Burger. Thinking maybe it was a 1/2 lb or so. When it came out, I was taken aback. It was about a 2 lb burger with 4 slices of tomato, cheese, lettuce, at least half an onion and a huge bun that was wrinkling due to the stress of it's size. Trying to eat it with our hands, got us nowhere, we went the knife and fork route. It's a chop burger, so it also has onions mixed in. Normally I don't like that, but I was so hungry and the burger was delicious. Stop in.
We stopped in here for dinner after a long day of roadtripping. The waitress was patient and friendly even though it was just before closing. We ended up splitting a club sandwich and I also had a cup of chicken noodle soup. There were a few annoying flies that kept coming back to our table, and the dining area was a bit messy (as to be expected at the end of the evening). However, for sit-down dining later in the evening, this was probably our best bet (and was right across from the hotel).
Five-star greasy spoon! The French dip is really tasty and a cup of coffee is only $1! My waitress was kind and service was quick. Will come back if I'm ever through Gering again!

(308) 436-4786

American (New), Lounges

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Steel Grill Restaurant & Bar

2800 10th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Great nachos. Too loud inside. Prices ok, service is good.
I really liked this place. The service was decent...enough. Would have been better if we were locals, but whatever. The food was good. We started with the steak nachos, which had rare to med bites of steak atop a heaping mound of cheesy goodness. Jalapenos which are one of my favorite things were bountiful. The side salad was perfect for me after sharing the nachos, but my friends all ordered steaks which cooked to order looked pretty good. The entertainment was up and down, but with Keno and a live piano playing singer, it was quite entertaining...yes, you feel me. QUITE entertaining.
The steak nachos are worth coming again and again for. The fish and chips are another favorite for us.

(308) 633-1020

American (Traditional), Bars

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Runza Drive-Inn of America

1250 13th St
Gering, 69341
Reviews:
Runza is mostly your local fast food joint... mostly. While it's fast food, it's a bit nicer than your average fast food. They serve some pretty nice items for a fast food restaurant--seasonal chili, fresh (never frozen) burgers, polish "dogs" (I think that they're hot dogs in the form of a polish sausage), and Runzas. The Runza (the food item that the restaurant gets its name from) is basically a hot pocket of freshly cooked ground beef, cabbage, onions, and cheese all together in this freshly baked bread sleeve. Again, kind of like a hot pocket burger, but fresher and tastier. I had a Runza when going to Runzas. This appears to be a regional dish that came from (german?) settlers in the area. However, I understand that back in the day, it was called a "cabbage burger" before it was called a Runza. Anyhow, the Runza was very good. If it's your first time at Runza, I'd probably order the Runza to have the true Runza experience. The restaurant was very clean, and the service was very quick. I'd recommend this to someone looking for a quick, yet quality, bite to eat.
I didn't get the memo to order the 'Runza', and indeed did not know what a 'Runza' was until some post-burger-eating research, when I discovered that it is apparently a regional German-influenced specialty, and that I should have ordered that. Damn. Oh well. The burger, for a fast food burger, was unimpeachable. I did not feel sick after eating it, there were no chemical undertones to the meat, and it was balanced nicely and obviously put together as I ordered it, as nothing was oozing or mushing together all over my lap as I bit into it. Really, it was a pleasant surprise. I'm not going to go so far as to say it was GOOD, by overall burger standards - but by fast food standards, it beats In-n-Out, it beats Wendy's, it obviously beats McD's, etc. I'd put it up against a burger from Five Guys!
With new jobs come new travels and my new travels have brought me to Nebraska. I know what you're thinking, but I'm optimistic that Nebraska has good food to offer me. Still holding out, I'm still looking. After a long day of travel and an equally long day I was looking for something fast and satisfying. I've never heard of a Runza and was intrigued enough to give it a try. Now I learn later that a Runza is a Nebraska thing, good for me. Runza is a fast food chain with a twist, seems like a diner inside a bit. I went up to the counter and ordered a Runza (ground beef, cabbage, and onions baked in a dough), burger (in case I didn't like the Runza, you never know) and an order of frings. Food was ready quickly and was piping hot. The Runza was intriguing to say the least. It was good, just not great in my opinion. It may be a taste thing, others seem to love the Runza so I'll let them have them. The burger was a fast food staple and the frings were on point. Overall a little underwhelming but if I was passing by and needed a quick bite I would stop by and grab something to go.

(308) 436-7869

Burgers

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