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Give Small-town Travel a Try

When it comes to going out to eat, the Omaha food scene is top-notch. Between locally-owned restaurants, creative chefs, and a community full of foodies, it’s no doubt that Omaha is made up of a wide variety of culinary choices. While this is convenient, have you ever considered traveling outside the Big O for a different perspective, even if Omaha already accommodates everything you need?

There is so much that goes into a restaurant experience, and Roper’s Bar and Grill delivers this with an atmosphere you won’t find in a big city. Just an hour west of Omaha, Roper’s lies in David City, Nebraska— a unique small town comprised of brick roads, middle-of-the-street parking, and a community that loves supporting local. With a wide-open dining room and a refreshing ambience, our sports bar will make you forget that you’re in a small town.

Small towns can be made up of some of the best places to go. Because these towns have smaller populations, consistency is key due to less walk-by and drive-by traffic. With a less busy scene, parking is never a concern, which to some can make or break whether or not they dine out at a certain establishment.

The variety of items offered rivals that of any bigger city sports bar. At Roper’s, we have more than 60 canned and bottled beers, as well as six taps that rotate Nebraska-brewed beer. We also have an extensive menu, complete with happy hour specials, so we make sure you get that big-city feel in a small-town sports bar experience. 

I lived in West Omaha for over 20 years, and I know driving 20 to 40 minutes downtown can be considered “traveling.” The next time you’re going out to eat, ask yourself what you want to do and see. If you’re looking for a nice, leisurely drive or are passing through town on your next trip to Columbus, Roper’s is the place to go. Just jump on Highway 92, take a right, hit the town square, and we’ll be here to greet you.

To learn more about Roper’s, our catering options, and hours of operation, you can reach Marty or Kris Roper at 402-367-5099, or you can find us on Facebook @ropersbarandgrill.

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