I have a lot of favorites at Simply Delicious! Seafood bisque, bang bang shrimp, fresh hot rolls, whiskey steak, Wendy's shrimp, prime rib and everything from their Sunday morning breakfast is amazing! 5 star restaurant without the price tag! Great happy hour prices on wednesday and Thursday on appetizers and drinks. Just 15 minutes from Village Pointe and worth every minute.
Small restaurant. Great ambiance and service. We have quite a few favorite dishes. Whiskey steaks are awesome although there is limited supply. Reserve your steaks when you get your reservations for seatong. We'll worth the drive from Omaha. Be sure to see their art gallery next door.
Great Sunday brunch with many interesting choices. From quiche to peach French toast to the standards, you can't go wrong. With a liquor license today we had mimosas!
What a fun "small town" bar and restaurant! It is actually in Elk City (I would think) but not far off the West Omaha/Maple beaten path. Last night (Saturday) was prime rib night and I had been craving some so we ventured out and braved the "snow". I was warned that this would probably be the standard small town "prime rib, baked potato, salad and dinner roll" bar This was correct but there is NOTHING wrong with that when the salad is cold and fresh, the potato gets the butter and sour cream and, MOST IMPORTANTLY, the prime rib is cooked to perfection. I have been to "5-star" local steak restaurants that didn't do prime rib this well. PERFECTLY cooked to my "rare" liking and an au jous that was plentiful and well flavored. Definitely a hit and a fun time. Fun observations - everyone seemed to know everyone (always fun) the waitresses were awesome despite being packed and running everywhere, the juke box had a nice mix going on and the Golden Tee game was the center of attention. I am looking forward to the next visit and for my Yelp friends (especially those of you out west with me), I hope you throw them some business. As an aside - Tuesday night is taco night and they have the standard fried bar food (including gizzards) all week.
You know you've found a good small-town dive bar when you arrive at 9:45am and there's already someone slumped at the bar who has had a few too many. The bar opens at 8am, and already on this Saturday morning there were about half a dozen people in here, all watching the movie "Sorority Boys" on TV. With a pool table in the back, a juke box, car parts mounted on the wall, and cold domestic draft beer served in mugs, this is a good and classic small-town bar.