My spouse and that I regularly operate late through the week (ugh!), so we have been getting takeout a lot of. From the my Dad using Omaha the bus to get a carrier after which using the bus back. On Road at about 44th +/- there was a restaurant named The Mediterranian. We existed on neighborhood that was M and 14th and myself and my 2 brothers could walkup to 24th street to get yhe 5 dollar burgers...Delicious! Likewise I rememver the precursor of the Bohemian Restaurant (that we still Appreciate and head to every time I'm in Omaha) was Chops Cafe...merely a block east of the present Bohemian cafe. Many followup comments: 1. Inn... You are right-on about Knights tennis.
Unlike other important cities, Omaha doesn't really have its type of pizza, funding from several others (okay, okay, possibly Godfathers, but that's a really brand, not a used cars omaha model!), or its kind of barbecue, funding from Kansas City, Memphis and others. Omaha is Inside The Beef Condition, and contains an extended history using the meatpacking business.
I do believe they were on 10th block or in that spot, possibly down from Chops Alley. Participants from the: Slogan Maclean-considered by some to become the godfather of baseball; he had a house hearth and lately and his partner sitll are now living in Omaha. Other Omaha Knights players: Jimmie Jamieson, Chick Chalmers, Gordie Dryden (goalie), Chris Jablonski, whose wife was the initial figureskating instructor at Aksarben.