top story Lincoln dive bars to check out Jul 2, 2018 (…) Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Lincoln has plenty of great nightlife in its dive bars. Here are some we've found. Top Hat Bar Top Hat is at 736 W. Cornhusker Highway. "Friendly owner. Friendly atmosphere. Great drink prices! Awesome place to just go and chill," a Facebook reviewer said. Top Hat Facebook page Bob's Tavern Bob's Tavern is at 6212 Havelock Ave. "This is nice blue-collar bar for the working man," a Yelp reviewer said. "It's a long room with a long bar, a pool table and a shuffleboard table with some tables toward the back and space for bands to play. The beer is cold and the drinks are cheap." Bob's Tavern Facebook page The Tack Room Buy Now The Tack Room is at 1445 Cornhusker Highway. A TripAdvisor reviewer said: "Great spot for meeting friends for drinks and entertainment. Make sure to get there early on Friday or you will wait outside." Journal Star file photo Gray's Keg Saloon Gray's Keg Saloon is at 104 N. 20th St. A Google reviewer's take? "It's a dive bar. Perfect. Friendly bartenders. Great local bands. Bike night. And of course karaoke (and the monthly potluck). But really. It's like Cheers. They know your name. Your friends are there. And you will make new ones." Courtesy photo Tam O'Shanter Buy Now Tam O'Shanter is at 105 S. 25th St. "It is a little icon in Lincoln," a reviewer on TripAdvisor.com said. "The steak was perfect." Journal Star file photo Down the Hatch Buy Now Down The Hatch is at 5601 N.W. First St. in the Highlands. Zomato reviewers recommend the happy hour and the pizza. Journal Star file photo Night Owl Pub The Night Owl Pub is located at 3233 1/2 S. 13th St. "Great drinking bar -- no food to speak of other than delivered pizza -- but the atmosphere is awesome," a reviewer on Google said. "They have poker and karaoke on different nights." Courtesy photo Harry's Wonder Bar Harry's Wonder Bar is at 1621 O St. "This might just be the ultimate dive bar experience in Lincoln!" one reviewer on Yelp said. Another one: "A fun, dive-y, working class sort of bar. Perfectly situated to use the facilities and have a quick drink afterward when you need it on game day." Courtesy photo StarLite Lounge The StarLite Lounge is at 247 N. Eighth St. FourSquare reviewers rave about the martinis, the Moscow Mule and the happy hour deals. Courtesy photo Luckie's Lounge Buy Now Luckie's Lounge is at 1101 W. Bond St. near the airport. "What a treat at the end of a long day of driving. Cold beer and decent BBQ," a TripAdvisor.com reviewer said. Journal Star file photo NoWhere Bar The NoWhere Bar is at 2050 Cornhusker Highway. The bar has karaoke or bands on the weekend. "Small town feel and everyone is always friendly!" a TripAdvisor.com reviewer noted. Courtesy photo O'Rourkes O'Rourkes Tavern is at 1329 O St. The bar, according to one Yelp reviewer, "features a great variety of craft bottled beer, full liquor bar, and about 10 different beers on tap…You can fill up a bowl of popcorn, fresh and white." Courtesy photo Watering Hole Buy Now The Watering Hole has locations at 1321 O St., 84th and Holdrege and 1550 S. Coddington Ave. It is known for its wings, "just a good low-key place to get great wings and catch up with friends," one Yelp reviewer said. ERIC GREGORY, Journal Star file photo Tags Bars Sweeps As featured on Marz Bar reopens with a new stylish look Marz Bar is back -- name and all. +2 Five shots: The Old Pub brings heart and soul to Lincoln's 11th Street community The Old Pub +3 Five shots: Bob's Tavern is longtime favorite for Havelock crowd Bob's Tavern More information A twist on the bar scene: Ms. Pac-Man or Risk Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Load comments Most Popular Restaurant inspections, May-July 2018 For gravel riders, it's all about the challenge Ron Brown returns to Nebraska, joins Frost's staff in player development role Amber Alert issued for child in western Nebraska Lincoln, Omaha area highway speed limits going up promotion What do our archives hold for you? Explore millions of historical pages from your local newspaper for just $7.95. promotion New book celebrates Huskers’ 1997 National Championship Relive the glory of the Huskers’ 1997 National Championship – and Tom Osborne’s final season as head coach – through amazing photographs from the Lincoln Journal Star.