Beer, Wine & Spirits in Council Bluffs


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  • Rock Bottom
    Perfect for a casual night out with friends, Rock Bottom offers traditional American fare in a laid-back setting. None of the fare at Rock Bottom is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. Pick your poison and toast your evening — drinks are also served here. Rock Bottom is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Make sure to check out Rock Bottom's happy hour for a great way to decompress from the workday. Open air seating is ready for diners at Rock Bottom when the weather is warm. For the tastes of Rock Bottom from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Or, take your food to-go. null There's no need to bust your budget at Rock Bottom, with affordable prices that almost always stay under $15.
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    1101 Harney St
    Omaha, NE US
  • Brother Sebastian's Steak House and Winery
    Whether you're in the mood for a New York Strip or a juicy tenderloin, you'll find plenty to like at Omaha's Brother Sebastian's Steak House and Winery. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. Brother Sebastian's Steak House and Winery's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. null Don't spend time searching for parking — diners are welcome to use the adjoining lot. Your tab at Brother Sebastian's Steak House and Winery will generally run you about $30 per person.
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    1350 S 119th St
    Omaha, NE US
  • Slattery Vintage Estates
    The 1.5–2-hour event, which starts at 7 p.m. on a Friday of your choosing, takes place in the wine-tasting room. Set in a French Country House, the tastery features Nebraska vintages from sweet to dry, beer, food, and a wine troll. While sipping sips at the special after-hours event, you'll learn wine lessons from the vineyard's owner's daughter, who is studying to be a sommelier. The unintimidating course includes tips on how to rate, taste, and judge a wine, so you'll leave with the ability to determine if a wine has oaky undertones or hints of tire iron.
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    8925 Adams St
    Nehawka, NE US
  • Blue Blood Brewery
    After an injury forced him to retire prematurely from the Lincoln Police Department in 2006, Brian Podwinski set out to find a new passion. He began brewing his own beer at home, and before long, became hooked. Brian's knack for creating homemade suds caught the attention of friend and law-enforcement confidant Jason Goodwin, and together?and perhaps following a few too many of Brian's brews?the pair decided they wanted to open a brewery. Named in honor of those who protect and serve every day, Blue Blood Brewing Company officially opened in December 2011. There, Brian, Jason, and others concoct handcrafted ales inspired by special people or places. Currently, the brewery produces a classic series and seasonal selections, all of which use the finest ingredients available and hops grown right in Nebraska.
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    500 W South St
    Lincoln, NE US
  • Honey Creek
    Thanks to 20 hard-working snow-making machines, skiers and snowboarders of all levels can zip down nine different runs reaching up to 2,000 feet, and also enjoy night skiing at this western-Iowa resort. Although gravity will pull patrons inexorably toward the bottom of the slopes, two chairlifts return as many as 3,600 snow surfers to the top each hour, where they can take in views of the ski area's 50 acres, test their mettle on trails such as the challenging Double Trouble Chute, or make a snow-sculpted diorama of the entire cast of Happy Days. Afterward, skiers can warm their toes in the newly renovated two-story lodge and replenish their bodies with a drink from the Mountain Cafe & Bar. Guests can also rent skis and snowboards, take lessons, or conquer the slopes on an office chair.
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    17026 Snowhill Ln
    Honey Creek, IA US
  • Breezy Hills Vineyard and Winery
    “How do you take your coffee?” asks Andy Morse, son of Breezy Hills Vineyard owners Darrell and Roberta Morse. “We ask people that a lot.” Here’s what they’ve learned: people who take cream and sugar usually prefer sweet, fruity wines, and black coffee drinkers tend to go for robust, smoky red wines. The staff starts with this simple question because they understand that wine tasting can confound the novice. No snobs, the Morses start off new wine drinkers by introducing them to the basics of tasting and then allowing them to explore for themselves the unique sensory experience of their 17 locally made wines. Handcrafted elixirs such as their popular Misbehavin'—which blends red and white wines to create the pale blush of a sunburned ghost—pair well with the vineyard’s delectable plates of chocolate truffles and nuts.
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    31735 Tamarack Rd
    Minden, IA US
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