absolutely worth a detour off I-80, this is an 80 year old gem of Czech-American cooking. Not to be missed is the light caraway rye, the light and succulent slices of dumpling or the fork-tender sauerbraten is fork-tender and a good balance of sweet/sour and salty. If you are a fan of good bouillon, you'll like the liver- dumpling soup. Not especially "livery" tasting, the cordovan broth is a perfect first course. Prices are reasonable, especially given the several courses - generally under $15. Other Omaha folks recommend the goulash, rabbit ot Jägerschnitzel when available. Easy parking. The coffee is the only weak spot - more church basement than Bohemian.
1406 S 13th St, Omaha, NE 68108
211 S Main St, Aberdeen, SD 57401