Actually it would be Eating Bennington since we drove about 10 miles out of Omaha to this sleepy little hamlet on the outskirts of town.
For a Saturday night it was not terribly busy but we arrived early for a Saturday about 630. Nice and open, clean and inviting it is a family establishment with very friendly staff and patrons.
The menu was pretty ordinary for this type of place which on hindsight was pretty typical of a sports bar and small town eatery. Very family oriented and affordable. Not quite what I was expecting though.
We started with wings and potato skins and a house beer. The wings were good but we did not care for the "Down and Dirty wings" which had too much of just a teriyaki taste to them. The skins were great but I don't skins often so I am no judge.
Matt had the pork tenderloin sandwich, Brenda and I split a 1/2 pound burger as did Lori. I ordered a side salad and Brenda had fries. The burger was tasty but typical of the area and really it was a pleasant place to come if you were in the area. I don't feel the need to drive all the way out there again. If I did I think I would try some delicious looking fare from the larger dinner menu and they have steaks for a reasonable price. All in all a pleasant experience but 2 beers, wings and 1 burger set me back $35. plus tip so....