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Sean O'Casey's

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rAvg: 3.38
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10730 Q St
Omaha, Nebraska, 68127-2932
United States
phone: (402) 593-1746

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Notes:
Per Omaha City Ordinance, as of October 1st 2006, this establishment is non-smoking throughout.

(Place added by: bditty187)
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bditty187

Nebraska

3.38/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3 | $

I’ve only been to Sean O’Casey’s Pub twice. The first time was about two years ago. I wasn’t impressed but I wasn’t turned-off either. It was at night, the crowd was loud and it was smoky and the beer selection was average. Fast-forward to May 2006. On a total whim I decided to try it again. I mean hell it has been listed in Beerfly for years with no review. WTF am I waiting for?

I really like how this placed looked inside. Sure there was four or five big screen TVs and some other junk that didn’t say “Irish Pub” but for the most part the wood walls, wood bar, and overall rustic vibe felt right. Most of the knickknacks on the wall are Irish in nature and not overly tacky. With all this said, this is not a REAL Irish Pub but it is a quaint American tavern, I see nothing wrong with that.

How is the beer selection? Well, slightly better than average and good enough to be in Beerfly, IMO. I mean, this place has one of the better beer selections in Omaha (*shudder*). About 13 taps, only one domestic macro; three offerings from Boulevard, plus Mojo IPA, Fat Tire, and an array of mediocre imports like Bass, Harp, and Guinness. The bottle selection ran the gamut from High Life to Leinenkugel (3 types) to Goose Island IPA & Honker’s to Paulaner Marzen to Anchor Porter & Stout to Hopluia to St. Pauli Girl to SN Pale Ale to Sam Adams (4 types), etc. It was hard to see all the bottled beer as the cooler was kind of hidden. I’d say there were slightly more than 50 different beers, maybe 10 were really good and another 25 were respectable, the rest ranged from so-so to poor.

The menu is ordinary pub grub with a slash of “Irish” themed foods. I ate here years ago and the food was okay. I must say the food prices are really cheap. $12 for a ribeye, $10 for a New York strip, and $7 for Guinness stew; not bad!

Overall, this place really isn’t near anything I visit nor is it by my house so I can’t image going here much. I liked the vibe and the bartender was nice so I might make a point to come back. Hell, the food is so cheap I have to try it again. You might as well stop if you are in the area.

05-04-2006 21:30:56 | More by bditty187
Sean O'Casey's in Omaha, NE
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