Most states have made drinking alcohol at home illegal due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy libations in public with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of grilled eats and drinks at Jerzes Sports Bar and Grill in Papillion, about 25 minutes south of Omaha.
Jerzes pairs its plentiful pours with simple, unpretentious bar fare replete with delicious house-made preparations. Warm up a stiff palate with a few pre-dinner stretches of dragon wings, which are 10 jumbo wings served au naturel or tossed with mild, hot, barbecue, Buff-a-Que, or Stupid Hot sauce ($7.75). Much to the delight of visiting herbivores and healthy eaters, an all-you-can-eat soup and salad bar ($6.50) delights a lighter appetite with fresh trimmings daily. Bread-and-meat specialists can partner tall, frosty drafts with hearty sandwiches and eight signature burgers, all served with hand-cut fries. The Big Party Burger is a monument to bovine splendor, its cow-meat patty swathed in shaved prime rib, melted provolone, and horsey sauce ($9.25), while the Patriots Ultimate BLT ($6.95) or the buffalo-style Chieftain Chicken sandwich ($7.25) are sure to please pundits of pork and poultry. Overeager eaters can unclog gullet pipes with one of six on-tap domestic and imported beers or a less-malty glass of wine.
Bedecked with sports memorabilia and 23 high-definition televisions, Jerzes may be the ultimate destination for those whose personal man-caves have become unexpectedly overrun with doilies, antique spinning wheels, and actual bears. Simulated-sports enthusiasts can show up for weekly Wii bowling leagues, and landlocked riverboat gamblers can soothe the itch on keno night. Classic pub games are available for pool sharks and dart lampreys, and karaoke night gives sonic competitors the chance to show off bombastic or drunktastic vocal pipes.
Eighty-five percent of Urbanspooners recommend Jerzes Sports Bar and Grill:
501 Olson Dr.
Papillion, Nebraska 68046Get Directions