This Iconic Nebraska Restaurant Just Released Some Devastating News

In just a few short months, Nebraska will lose one of its unique treasures that many of us grew up loving. The Bohemian Café in Omaha announced that it will be closing its doors for good on September 24th, 2016. The restaurant has been in business since 1924, making it one of the oldest eateries in the state. It’s been operated by several generations of the same family and frequented by many generations of patrons.

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After 50 years of running the classic Omaha eatery, the current owners have decided it’s time to hang up their aprons and retire. They still hold out hope (and so do we!) that someone will come along to buy the business and keep the tradition alive. But if that doesn’t happen, you’ve only got until the end of September to visit this wonderfully unique restaurant.

Losing the Bohemian Café feels almost like losing a part of our collective family, given all of the memorable meals enjoyed here by generations of Czechs and non-Czechs alike. What are your favorite memories of this beloved restaurant? Share them in the comments!