COVID-19 UPDATE

Brother Sebastian’s is open! We are observing all state health department mandates for social distancing and sanitation practices including appropriate table spacing, face masks worn by ALL employees and constant sanitation of all high touch surfaces. As a result, we have limited seating. We highly recommend reserving your party’s table. Please call (402) 330-0300 to make your reservations.

Welcome to Brother Sebastian’s!

Winner 2014,
2015, 2016
2018 & 2019

Relax in the cozy old world comfort of an early California monastery with friendly “monks” that pamper you in subdued, romantic surroundings.

Savor the fresh, full flavors of U.S.D.A. Choice Nebraska Angus beef seared over an open flame.

Enjoy great times in the company of good friends and incredible food served in the tradition of the classic steak house restaurants of Omaha, Nebraska.

Brother Sebastian’s Steak House and Winery is locally owned and has been recognized as one of Omaha’s best restaurants for a delicious, romantic dining experience. We received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence Award in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019; Best of Omaha’s Best Romantic Restaurant for 2013; and numerous other awards since our opening in 1977.

America's Best Steakhouses

 

Brother Sebastian’s Named One of the Country’s Top 50 American Steak Houses

MSN says America has no shortage of great steakhouses. Even with all that competition, they proclaimed Brother Sebastian’s as one of the top 50 in 2015! Read article

Experience Brother Sebastian’s Restaurant for Yourself

Join us with your party of two or fifty and we’ll help make your special occasion enjoyable and memorable. Our fireplace-warmed rooms – some small and intimate, some open and uniquely adaptable for your group function – are available by request. Call (402) 330-0300 to make a reservation or Contact us today.


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Like their steaks and potables, this place only gets better with age.

Omaha Magazine
April 2015

In our humble opinion, the best steak in Omaha is the ribeye at Brother Sebastian’s.

Sarah Baker Hansen
Omaha World Herald
January 2013