Nebraska August 10, 2018
The Monastery Restaurant In Nebraska That Will Take You On A European Adventure
When you think of a monastery, the first image that probably comes to mind is of a huge, dark building with cloistered monks chanting beautifully. There’s a restaurant in Nebraska where you can have a similar – though slightly less dark – experience.
Brother Sebastian's is a quirky steakhouse and winery that's been a favorite in Omaha since 1977.
It's styled after an early California monastery, including stained glass windows, heavy wood detailing, and dim lighting.
You'll hear low melodic chants as you dine; it's a soothing ambient sound that definitely adds to the monastery-like atmosphere.
Even the servers get into the act; the uniform is actually a monk's robe!
The dining areas are designed to be intimate and memorable. Book one of the private rooms for your next event and prepare for everyone to rave about the unique venue.
Brother Sebastian's has been called one of the most romantic restaurants in the state thanks to its delightful atmosphere and amazing wine selection. It's hard to argue with that!
The menu is classic steakhouse with an upscale slant. The prime rib is their specialty, and it's one of those dishes everyone should try at least once.
This vintage-inspired interior is one of the most unusual, memorable places you'll ever enjoy a thick steak or other delectable entree. Save room for a Flaming Baked Alaska after your meal - it's a dessert
and a performance!
Brother Sebastian’s is located at 1350 S 119th St, Omaha, NE 68144. Learn more at
the restaurant’s website.
For another totally unique steakhouse on the other side of the state, check out
this article from the archives.