Vás is the
house motto, meaning “we welcome you,” and in fact this is a place
where all are made to feel welcome, whether you are an old-timer whose
parents brought you here decades ago or a visiting fireman who wants a
fun-time meal with polka music setting the beat in the dining room. It
is an immensely cheerful place, a vast, multi-room eating hall
decorated with colorful old-country woodwork and pictures of men and
women in traditional peasant attire; tables are patrolled by veteran
professional waitresses in bright red dirndl skirts."
Michael Stern - Author of Roadfood
"Seriously, Czech it out!
Cafe was nothing less than delightful. The menu offered an interesting
variety of dishes all of which one would expect to find at a remote inn
situated in the Bohemian or Morovian countryside’s. The Bohemian Cafe
also offers some fine Czech beers from a really cool lounge just off
the kitchen. If in Omaha one should seriously think about dining at the
Bohemian Cafe not only because the fare is fantastic, but because the
Bohemian Cafe in itself is unique and overly accommodating. Nashledanou
i dobrou chut'! "
A happy customer - post comment on
I am Czech and so the Bohemian Cafe
is our #1 destination in Omaha. The portions are always more than ample
and the Czech ambiance and flavors couldn't be beat. Thank you for
being in Omaha. Have you ever thought of expanding to Lincoln, NE? "
Vlasta C. Cawein - customer
comment posted on www.restaurants.com
convivial, pub-style Czech restaurant has been in the Kapoun family
since 1947, and so have many of the recipes. Grandpa Josef used to play
his piano in the dining room; today, second-, third-, and
fourth-generation family members are still making beautiful restaurant
music with Czech-style sauerbraten, roast duck, and kolaches
(fruit-filled pastries). "The two best places to eat are here and at
home," says manager Marsha Kapoun."
Bon Appetite Magazine - "Great
"Several years ago, while traveling through eastern Nebraska, a radio
jingle lured us to the ethnic enclave of south Omaha. "It's dumplings
and kraut today at the Bohemian Cafe," the appetizing advertisement
said; and sure enough, that night in this unpretentious old-world
eatery, we savored not only dumplings and kraut, but also mighty
platters of tender boiled beef with dill gravy and masterfully cooked,
Michael Stern - Authors of Eat Your Way Across the U.S.A.