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#29 The Homy Inn (Omaha, Nebraska)

Originally called The Homey Inn (all the letters wouldn’t fit on the original sign), the Nebraska bar is a homey place, with charming vintage Americana lining the walls, like tap handles, rare baseball cards, and political buttons. Opened in 1956 by Maynard Finkle (today his son Terry Finkle runs the bar), The Homy Inn quickly gained a following in Omaha for its Champagne on tap, which comes in four varieties: dry, sweet, strawberry, and peach. It’s served by the flute — for less than $5 — or by the pitcher. If you run up a $100 tab, you get a free T-shirt. Classic. (Will S./Yelp)

 

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