I went here again and always do when I get to Omaha. Yes the fish and chips with the creamy onion soup is all I ever get. No reason to get anything else. Menu looks complete and has a lot of choices though I don’t...More
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I’ve been to Ireland, and have looked for “Pubs” back in the States since then. So far, Brazen Head Irish Pub is the closest I’ve found. The food (chicken pot pie is 👍) and atmosphere/layout is what I like most. It’s not Ireland, but it’ll...More
Still the best Irish Pub outside of Dublin. Drove to the pub two times this week. One for my birthday and the other with friends. Their creamy onion soup is absolutely amazing. I had chicken pot pie tonight, better than mom's (sorry mom).
On our travels my husband and I look for Irish pubs to visit. We Google searched Irish pubs in Omaha and after reviewing their website and reading the origins of the pub we were excited to see Brazen Head. What we found was nothing like...More
This was one of my places when I lived in Omaha, and I make it a point to come back every time I visit. The drinks are fantastic, and they had a great variety of food. The décor is incredible - all wood interiors, gives...More
Food was amazing and service was excellent! I love Irish Pubs and this one did not disappoint! Prices are good and everything we tried was amazing! I recommend the artichoke dip!
I've visited the original Brazen Head in Dublin about a month ago and I had the opportunity to visit the one in Omaha as well. Great fish and chips. Of course, nothing would match Dublin especially the taste of the Guinness but they did a...More
A first time visitor on a Sunday afternoon half empty but when we left an hour later all the tables were full and an Irish music jam session was starting in the back. Next time we'll sit in the back to enjoy the music. I...More
We only make here about once or twice a year, and our visit this weekend was the best ever. Along with being one of the friendliest pubs in Nebraska, when you walk through the door it is like entering Ireland. The services is like being...More
The heads are way too big. Bishops collars are out of fashion. A true Guinness drinker would know what that means.