Midwest Living Review
Since it opened in 1973, M’s Pub has been an Omaha staple and a favorite Old Market see-and-be-seen hotspot. And with good reason. Customers delight in the chic urban vibe, the vast menu of bistro-style fare and the proximity to major downtown destinations. At the heart of the pub lies a sophisticated bar boasting an expansive wine menu as well as a variety of unique handcrafted cocktails. Businessmen, casual tourists and multigenerational families all coexist peacefully here.
The semicasual eatery provides diners with a selection of tasty food that won’t break the bank—most meals run between $10 and $30. M’s Greek Sandwich ($8.95) is especially good, featuring a mix of ground turkey, walnuts, mayonnaise and lemon on crustless whole wheat bread. Accompanied by a mixed green side salad, this is exactly the kind of familiar yet still special food that M’s does so well. The dizzying list of dining choices covers soups, salads, lahvosh, burgers, and sandwiches of both hot and cold varieties.
Don’t forget to make dinner reservations ahead because M’s tends to fill up quickly.