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Bonnie A. ·
Reviewed February 10, 2013
Hoping they stay in business

EZ

Elizabeth Z. ·
Reviewed February 10, 2013
Thank you for an amazing dinner with my husband. Everything was outstanding as it has been every time we have been there.

LW

Lindsey W. ·
Reviewed February 10, 2013
Great food and service!!

What You'll Get


Eating out is ideal for those nights when the refrigerator is empty and the cupboards have been rented out to backpacking college students. Get out of the house with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of American Dinner Cuisine for Two or More

The dinner menu includes baked mushroom caps filled with seafood and provolone ($9.50), pomegranate duck with a side of garlic mashed potatoes ($21), and grilled Norwegian salmon served over penne pasta ($27).

Billy’s Restaurant

According to executive chef Nader Farahbod, Billy’s Restaurant owes its name to local politician and three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan. Though he is now remembered for speaking passionately against the gold standard and slam-dunking over William McKinley in an early debate, Bryan also harbored a notable fondness for his country’s cuisine. His stumping tours allowed him to sample many of America’s regional dishes, which Chef Farahbod has re-created or reinterpreted on a menu that features pan-seared crab cakes and Dijon-glazed grilled salmon. Though the dishes’ origins span the country, the restaurant’s setting in the historic Noble-Dawes house—home to former vice president Charles Dawes—is firmly entrenched in Nebraskan lore.

Bryan’s keenness for Prohibition has not carried over to the restaurant that bears his name. Behind the Chautauqua Bar, bartenders craft shaken cherry martinis and other signature cocktails. In keeping with the restaurant’s deep connection to Lincoln’s roots, they also pour pints of locally brewed Empyrean beers. Photographs of notable lawyers line the dining room, where the tables are sturdy enough to play host to large groups and post-dinner stump speeches.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Billy’s Restaurant


According to executive chef Nader Farahbod, Billy’s Restaurant owes its name to local politician and three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan. Though he is now remembered for speaking passionately against the gold standard and slam-dunking over William McKinley in an early debate, Bryan also harbored a notable fondness for his country’s cuisine. His stumping tours allowed him to sample many of America’s regional dishes, which Chef Farahbod has re-created or reinterpreted on a menu that features pan-seared crab cakes and Dijon-glazed grilled salmon. Though the dishes’ origins span the country, the restaurant’s setting in the historic Noble-Dawes house—home to former vice president Charles Dawes—is firmly entrenched in Nebraskan lore.

Bryan’s keenness for Prohibition has not carried over to the restaurant that bears his name. Behind the Chautauqua Bar, bartenders craft shaken cherry martinis and other signature cocktails. In keeping with the restaurant’s deep connection to Lincoln’s roots, they also pour pints of locally brewed Empyrean beers. Photographs of notable lawyers line the dining room, where the tables are sturdy enough to play host to large groups and post-dinner stump speeches.

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