Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of locally sourced chophouse cuisine and drinks for two or more
- $30 for $60 worth of locally sourced chophouse cuisine and drinks for four or more
On the menu, peruse dishes such as a roasted vegetable sandwich with pesto aioli ($7.95), Blue Valley steelhead trout with brown butter and quinoa pilaf ($19.95), and house made onion-herb bangers and mash ($17.95)
The Single Barrel
Sitting at the intersection of gastro-pub, chop-house, and whiskey bar, The Single Barrel celebrates Nebraska's local food and drink with fresh local ingredients, made-from-scratch cooking, and one of Nebraska's largest selection of whiskey. The 10,000-square foot restaurant is housed inside the former Boomer’s Printing building in downtown Lincoln, and contains a stage large enough to host everything from live concerts from country bands to jazz performances and karaoke nights. Throughout the dining space, the aromas of grilled steaks and fish can be traced back to the full-service kitchen, where chefs assemble dishes from a range of local ingredients.
In addition to pork from TD Niche Pork in Elk Creek and trout from Blue Valley Aquaculture in Sutton, chefs gather ingredients on frequent trips to the nearby Haymarket farmer's market. They hand-cut steaks in-house, topping them with ingredients such as egg and maple glaze, bleu-cheese sauce, or duck and bone marrow. They also prepare entrees ranging from chorizo-crusted trout to bison spare ribs. Even after the kitchen closes, the whiskey bar stays open—until 2 a.m.—to serve spirits and local craft beers by Blue Blood Brewing Company, Nebraska Brewing Company, and Lucky Bucket Brewing Company.