About Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge
Omaha, NE 68102
Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge, is the spot downtown for guests who desire a sophisticated relaxing atmosphere while enjoying service and quality that are second to none.
A diverse boutique wine list offering over 120 wines as well as premium cocktails, martinis, artisan beers and a collection of single malt scotches that will please any palate.
Culinary delights featuring small plates, gourmet sliders, flatbread pizzas using locally sourced ingredients that can accommodate a casual bite or a full course meal.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 12:00am
10th and Dodge Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Wed 6PM-9PM
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge Ratings and Reviews
The menu is very much shorter than it used to be, looks like new ownership is pushing the bar more than the restaurant. Flatbreads are good, but limited options. Sliders were OK, but again, limited options. Only 3 entrees and the rest appetizers. Wine prices have increased significantly recently. Service was average to slow on Saturday before Valentine Day. Special menu, but without pricing, trying to lure you in to a high-priced dinner, no doubt. Not as attractive as it used to be. Still a good place if you're attending an event, but the value has decreased significantly from earlier.
We went there to have an early Thanksgiving day supper before watching the lighting of the trees in the Leahy Mall and then on to the Holland theater for a Christmas music concert. It is about a block and a half away from those places, so it was not crowded (we arrived two hours before the lighting ceremony). We had the Thanksgiving day special, traditional turkey (very moist), mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, etc. All very well done. A small place with a bar, in a less traveled street. A tad on the expensive side. Nice ambience, good service. Might like to go back and sample some of their less traditional items.
We tried out Nosh as a place to have a light dinner before going to the theater. Very nice decor, no music blaring at you to make you yell to have conversation. Excellent wait staff. Short menu, but plenty of choices. French Onion soup was delicious, truffle french fries are to die for. Sliders were a big hit. Spinach salad was just right. Wine a little pricey, Happy Hour helps that. We'll be back!
I made reservations through open table and asked to reserve the party room if it was available. We originally had eight in our party but two had to cancel so only six of us but they still gave us the party room. We had a very attentive waitress. It was like having a personal attendant at home. The food was great. The wine was great.
I'm gluten-free and nothing on their short theater night menu was gluten-free, but manager made an exception for us and opened their regular menu, I had chicken and my date had filet, both meals were fantastic. Manager went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of.
Ordered fixed price meal during Omaha restaurant week. Very good 1st course. I had the duck and wife had the cheese platter. The 2nd course was mediocre at best. Wife ordered the chicken. It was dry. Flavor was bland. I ordered the braised beef but what I received was nothing close to being "braised". Just sliced beef with an extremely bland sauce. The dessert was pumpkin cheese cake. It was just ok. We also ordered the wine pairing. Excellent and great value. Waitress was very helpful and knowledgeable.
We came for dinner and were seated at a wobbly high top table that was very uncomfortable for dinner. The chairs were equally as rickety. Our service was poor and they were not even busy. The appetizer was pretty good but the other food we ordered wasn't good at all. I was embarrassed for our out of town guests to have this kind of dining experience with us.
Dined with my hubby for the first time over Omaha Restaurant Week. We had been there prior for happy hour and wine, but this was our first time experiencing their food. Dinner was exceptional - I had the cheese plate, roasted chicken and butternut squash, and pumpkin cheesecake for dessert, all for just $30. My husband had the duck rillette crostini, the braised beef and kahlua chocolate ice cream. It was amazing! We will be back.
The first waiter- who transferred us to another waiter without comment, stated that there was no iced-tea. . This was not the case. .
The ensuing waitress, would disappear for Extended periods of time, even though she had been advised that we were "on the clock", relative to the Swim Trials. .
The Filet that was ordered came out looking like a hamburger in texture and in size- and tasted like it as well. .
The replacement- which they suggested without my prompting, was not much of an improvement. .
If I lived in Omaha, this experience falls into the category of "one and done". .
Must try the duck tacos! My friends tried the watermelon gazpacho and enjoyed it very much. Our server was great - the first Sangria that we ordered was missing an element and he promptly took it back and remade the cocktail. They have an interesting mix of cocktails and a pretty good wine list. My only negative would be that since they advertise as a Wine Bar - they should have more wines by the glass (their selection wasn't as robust as others I have been too) and should consider offering wine tasting flights.
We've been here twice now and had a great time each visit. Once was a date night and this return was a family member in town we wanted to take out. The staff is so incredibly kind and patient. And while they maintain professionalism, they are still very friendly and relaxed. The food is also very good and the value is fantastic, we've done their prix fixe and they're regular menu, definitely impressed with both! Thank you guys for a great experience, we will be back!
The service was very poor. We waited for an hour for our meal and it was cold. The waitress was very difficult to find and offered to put the order in again, but we had event tickets and had to leave so we had to decline the offer. We had to call someone else over to get the bill, because we could not find the individual who waited on us. The bill was incorrect, but was fixed. The meal was placed on our table as we were leaving. Overall it was a disappointment.
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