From a world-renowned zoo to the birthplace of the Reuben sandwich, Omaha is anything but a sleepy Midwest town. There are plenty of routes perfect for bikers to discover what the area offers. Rich in pioneering history and culture, a visit to Omaha will result in a fun time…and you might even just learn something! Situated on the Missouri River and close to the Iowa border, you’ll find that a tour through Omaha will take you to unexplored places. When it comes to things to do… there’s plenty of that too. No matter what you want to get into in The Cornhusker State, rest assured that you’ll find it, so open up your Thirsty Biker apps and let’s get rollin’. We’re roaming through Omaha, Nebraska, in episode 30 of the Thirsty Biker Chronicles.

Must-See Stops

Doctor Jacks Drinkery

We start our adventure off in Waterloo at Dog House Saloon, where they’re passionate about delicious food and a downright good time. Munch on everything from tacos to brisket, catch some live music and sip on some ice-cold beer while you sit back and enjoy the down-to-earth ambiance. When you’re ready to move on, head over to Green Onion Lounge in Omaha and enjoy happy hour every day and cozy vibes throughout. Strong drinks, dedicated locals, and a relaxing atmosphere make it easy to rest. Once you’re ready to move on, hit up Dr. Jack’s Drinkery for the ultimate party scene. There’s always something going on at Jack’s, from live music to events. The coldest beer in town, plus the coolest staff, make for a combination that can’t be beaten. Enjoy comedy night, live bands, bike nights, and more at Jack’s.

After you’re done partying, it’s time to visit Jerry’s Bar, a local staple since 1955. Relax inside or out on the comfortable patio, chat with the staff, and enjoy fantastic food. Play your favorite tunes on the jukebox, choose from over 20 beers on tap, and when it comes to happy hour, you can expect to take advantage of happy hour prices all day. It’s five o’clock somewhere…and that place is Jerry’s. Finally, when it’s time to wrap up your trip, pay a visit to Dinkers Bar and Grill for wing night, food specials, events, and more. You’ll find that there’s always something to do at Dinkers, so stop by and say hi to the friendly staff.

The Ride

Omaha ride map

As you excursion through the prairies, you’ll find that Omaha is pleasant in the summer, making it perfect for an upcoming trip. With plenty to see and do, this part of the country is a mecca for bikers from east to west to meet up and explore the area. The weather can change instantly, so it’s essential to be prepared. This area is best traveled with a crew, so grab a few of your Thirsty Biker pals and get ready to get lost in the Midwest. No matter what you’re into, rest assured that you’ll find it on this ride, so get those Thirsty Biker apps ready because we’re rollin’ out to Omaha.

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