Home Bar Lincoln

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Home Bar Lincoln

In a storied building built in 1921 sits the ZOO Bar, a narrow nightspot that’s been a staple for live music in downtown Lincoln since 1973.Some big time acts have walked through the hallowed club’s doors including Buddy Guy, Bo Diddley, Albert Collins and Otis Rush. Throughout 2017, a variety of bands will play on the same stage graced by those blues legends in honor of ZOO Bar’s 44th Anniversary. 

Home Bar Lincoln

The restaurant and bar is within convenient walking distance to Memorial Stadium, home of the Nebraska Huskers Football team. It also is just down the street from Haymarket park, home of the Lincoln Saltdogs, the University of Nebraska men’s baseball team and women’s softball team.

Home Bar Lincoln

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Lincoln Park’s laid-back bar that also functions as an intimate venue for live music is beloved by locals. For brews and bevs, they’ve got the usual suspects, making for a comfortable and approachable experience. If you’re into dark, cozy spaces with friendly patrons, this is your spot.

Home Bar Lincoln

A patio, authentic menu, and extensive draft list make this Irish bar and restaurant a Lincoln Park mainstay. Affordability across the board and enjoyable live music on select nights of the week are more reasons why this place draws in such large and loyal crowds.

Home Bar Lincoln

Lincoln, NE is home to the fourth and most recent Buzzard Billy’s. It opened May 16, 2000. This restaurant sits in the center of the Historic Haymarket section at the West edge of downtown. This location is housed in the first floor of the old H.P. Lau commercial grocery building built in 1906.

Home Bar Lincoln

This sporty pub is all about comfort and hometown pride. Their menu carries classics as well as more contemporary eats, and a fireplace for added homey-ness. As one of Lincoln Park’s oldest bars, this place isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Home Bar Lincoln

Seated on the famous row of bars of bustling Lincoln Avenue, this neighborhood hot spot is plenty of fun and great for watching a game. With two floors that can accommodate those wanting a quiet or rowdy night, you’ll often find more of a college crowd here.

Home Bar Lincoln

This relaxed Lincoln Park joint screams Chicago. Covered in nostalgic city items, offering great specials, trivia nights, and even a table to shoot pool, this place is a neighborhood gem in the truest sense. It’s also one that’s been around for decades.

A modern atmosphere that attracts young, attractive patrons and holds one of the best beer gardens in the city is what makes up Zella. Located near shops and department stores on the busy borders of Lincoln Park and the Ranch Triangle, there is no better place to go for summer fun.

This cocktail bar created by head mixologist of the Violet Hour is a neighborhood favorite with national acclaim. Its warm, lounge-ish atmosphere has a subtle retro feel and their craft cocktail menu can compete with the best, offering true classics as well as quirky concoctions.

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