Check out the wide variety of flavors available in these trendy places to eat and be seen in Lincoln.
Grateful Bread/Freakbeat Vegetarian, 1625 S. 17th St., serves vegetarian soul food. It's known for soups and mac and cheese.
FireWorks, 5750 S. 86th St. (Old Cheney), is a popular spot for southeast Lincoln diners.
Banhwich Cafe, 940 N. 26th St., is a popular Vietnamese/Asian Fusion place in north Lincoln offering 17 styles of sandwiches.
Grata, 6891 A St. (Clocktower), features liquor and food as well as karaoke night, darts and more in an upscale atmosphere.
Blue Orchid, 129 N. 10th Street in the Grand Manse building, has long been a trendy option serving Thai food.
AmuManu Ramen Bar, 1451 O St., opened in April 2014 specializing in noodle bowls with homemade, flavorful broth.
HopCat, 601 P St., opened in 2016 and has quickly become one of the trendiest places to go in Lincoln with an extensive selection of craft beers.
Toast, 570 Fallbrook Blvd., has become one of the area's go-to restaurants and coffeehouses. The restaurant serves sandwiches, soups, salads and signature entrees in an eclectic atmosphere featuring reclaimed materials.
Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 808 R St., features -- you guessed it -- sushi and sake. This photo shows the dining room of the restaurant.
Yia Yia's, 1423 O St., is known for pizza by the slice and a large beer selection. The restaurant serves tasty hunks of bread with the pizza.
Honest Abe's Burgers & Freedom, 840 N. 70th St. and 126 N. 14th St., features numerous specialty burgers.
Cultiva, known for its crepes, has a varied collection of diners and coffee drinkers. The coffee shop/restaurant has two locations, the original at 727 S. 11th St. and the new location at 3535 Holdrege St.
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Dennis Kann has kept Highnooner’s in the family.
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Meadowlark Coffee & Espresso and Cottonwood Café closed Thursday because of unpaid sales taxes.
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