Habits76 wrote:I went to the opening party for the "Nite Owl" last night and was very pleased with the place. The bar is a mix of booths and tables with a large wrap around sunken bar that will seat quite a few people. They have a small selection of cocktails and beers on tap along with some canned and bottled beers selection. I started out with a complimentary PBR and ordered a Nite Owl burger with torilla soup and everything tasted very good. I decided to have a cocktail after dinner and tried the Archetype which I thoroughly enjoyed. I think this is a great addition to the Blackstone area and adds a little different atmosphere than the other bars in the area.
Nite Owl is definitely a unique place. Sunken bar is awesome, really prohibits crowding around the bar. $3 dollar Coors Banquet tall boy is something I can get behind and they were out of it the other night, but they have Lone Star tall boys on the menu and I have never seen Lone Star in Omaha. Really not a great craft beer selection, but that doesn't seem like their goal. Pretty solid cocktail menu including one on tap. I just ordered the Tot-chos which is basically nachos with tots instead of chips and I added chorizo. It was prefect for 12:30 at night.
They also have projector and play a midnight movie every night. It is just on silent, but kind of a different vibe. Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! was on the screen when I was there.