Reviews on Mediterranean food in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. Named after Abraham Lincoln, this state capital is a great place for children, history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. Soak in the panoramic view of the city from the observation tower of the 400-foot high capitol building, whose white stone Art Deco spire can be seen from miles around. Then take a tour of the building and its grounds, where you'll find a Lincoln monument created by the same artist who sculpted the famous Lincoln statue in Washington, D.C. While you're on a history roll, visit the Governor's Mansion, whose Georgian Colonial exterior belies the varied architectural styles inside, and be sure to see the collection of dolls representing the state's first ladies dressed in their inaugural gowns. Kids will love the Folsom Children's Zoo & Botanical Gardens, where they can circle the zoo in a miniature train and see over 300 animals living among spectacular gardens. For some outdoor fun, head to one of the city's beautiful parks, the largest of which is Wilderness Park, whose hiking, biking and equestrian trails will keep you on the move for hours.
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4 based on 181 reviews
had a feeling the "Parth" is coasting, resting on its laurels....let's open the front door (does mgmt ever come thru the front door?)- sure cases of greek beer stacked to the ceiling in front of the hostess station could add that warm fuzzy STOREROOM feeling before you get in the dining room - try to eat in the bar, it's cozier - souvlaki is a good value + the $3.50 greek salad - lots of feta & well done if you get past the acid (too much vinegar) dressing - eggplant pasta was generous portion - the roast leg of lamb was a couple scraps on a lettuce leaf - couldn't have been 4oz. - I should have fussed about it , but I just won't bother to return -
4 based on 81 reviews
Thrilled to have tapas back in Lincoln after a 3 year hiatus. Cozy new digs, that are stylish, long, and narrow. Outstanding wait staff complements expertly prepared plates that take the patron on a flavor-full journey. Don't judge this experience by food volume or you'll be disappointed. The only knock is that the slow conversational pace is pricey for Nebraska. We'll definitely be back!
4 based on 30 reviews
Absolutely impressed by this restaurant! We knew it was going to be good as soon as we opened the door and were met with the most wonderful smells. The set up is no frills, but the food is made with care and impressive flavors. I had jasmine rice, beef flavors with walnut and pomegranate, and the lamb/beef spicy stew. Top that with a rose shaped baklava, and this was one of the best meals Iâve had in Lincoln. Or anywhere. We got to taste test several dishes before making a final selection, and the staff was excellent. The food is on the pricier side but Iâm willing to pay more for this kind of experience. We will be returning again soon!
4 based on 29 reviews
Came with my wife for lunch. She had a regular gyro and I had the spicy gyro plate. My wife loved hers as much as I liked mine. Both gyros were loaded with a very generous portion of meat. They were also topped with fresh sliced onions, tomatoes, shredded lettuce and a good helping of tasty sauce. The meat was juicy, flavorful and highly seasoned. My spicy gyro was just the way I liked it. I really enjoyed the flavor of the hot sauce on it. The onions were very crisp and tasty but the tomatoes were the best. I have never been given more or better tasting ones before. The only drawback was our pitas were both pretty tough. On the good side, when we reheated our leftovers, it was pretty good. My gyro plate came with very good sliced roasted potatoes. They were spiced very good and I thoughly enjoyed them. Service was very good and friendly. We will be coming back to try more of the menu.
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