Brazen Head Irish Pub is open 11AM to 8PM daily for curbside or takeout. Please call 402-393-3731.

Limited Takeout Menu:

  • 2-Piece Fish-N-Chips ~ $10.99
  • 3-Piece Fish-N-Chips ~ $12.99        
  • Dingle Bay Breaded Cod Sandwich ~ $10.99
  • Seared Salmon Salad ~ $13.99
  • Corned Beef & Cabbage ~ $13.99
  • Country Cottage Pie ~ $11.99
  • Chicken Pot Pie ~ $11.99
  • Celtic Cross Burger ~ $10.99
  • Reuben Sandwich ~ $10.99
  • Diablo Chicken Sandwich ~ $10.99
  • Chicken Wings (Gaelic or Jerk) ~ $9.99
  • Chicken Tenders ~ $9.99
  • Creamy Baked Onion Sou; ~ $4.29/$5.79
Don't see what you're looking for? Please reach out and we'll do our best to accommodate!


A Place Where Friends Can Gather

The Spirit of Ireland, The Feeling of Home

The Brazen Head of Omaha, in its entirety, was established to emulate the rich traditions that have made the authentic Irish pubs across Ireland famous. Thus, we chose the oldest and most revered pub in Dublin as our paradigm. The Brazen Head on Bridge Street was for centuries the site of much plotting and intrigue as revolutionaries of different eras found it a safe haven in which to conspire. Robert Emmet, Daniel O’Connell and Tim Healy, among others, drank and planned within its ancient walls.

The establishment was built in 1198 A.D. at the head of the River Liffey, where the Norman soldiers guarded the gate that provided the only access into Dublin. On cold, damp nights, these soldiers would warm their hands over brazers (barrels of fire). Therefore, they named this hotel/pub in Dublin the Brazen Head, for the location at the head of the River Liffey and for the “brazers” that the soldiers used to warm their hands.

Our bar was designed in Dublin, built in Wexford, Ireland and then shipped over to the United States. The bar was then reassembled under the supervision of Irish joiners. A variety of expertise in crafts were required to make the ideal pub. Michael Griffen designed the pub, including the back bars, unique ceilings, mosaic floors, bric-a-brac and genuine antique memorabilia that were necessary to create the essential ambience and atmosphere of the pub. All of the beautiful woodwork was handcarved by B. Dunbar & Sons, third generation joiners.


Monday-Wednesday, 11am-1am

Thursday-Saturday, 11am-2am

Sunday, 12pm-11pm

Kitchen open 11AM- 11PM  Monday- Saturday and 12PM-10PM Sunday


319 N. 78th St.

Omaha, Nebraska