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Village Inn in Omaha, NE

Village Inn in Omaha, NE

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Company Info:

Rating: 2.75

Address: 4416 Dodge St, Omaha, NE, 68131

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    Comments (12):

    1. Katrina H.
    LOTS of Food for $6.. Make sure that you wear Loose fitting clothes when going there for breakfast. 6 of us dined here for breakfast and our bill was only $73 bucks. That is with many coffee's and Large OJ's ....well worth it. The Decor isn't anything worth writing home about but it's still a nice place to eat.. With Plenty of food to share even if you ordered for 1 ...
    The Staff was great. My mom complained of a slice of pie being old, they sent her home with an Entire Pie probably just to shut her up LOL or maybe they were just a friendly great place! I'll return on my next visit

    05/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Dave H.
    So its very rare that I can go out and enjoy breakfast due to my schedule and not being able to wake up on time when I'm actually free.

    I tried their Heritage combo because it came with the works; pancakes, eggs, bacon, links, and hashbrowns. Yes, when I do breakfast, I go all out. haha. Anyway, the food was less than up to par. If my school's dining hall can do better than this place, something is definitely wrong. My over-easy eggs were just plain over-done (no oozing yolk =( ). My bacon was the size of my pinky from being cooked to a crisp (trust me, not good burnt). And everything else was more  of a "eat to survive" not "eat to enjoy" type of a deal.

    07/01/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Allison B.
    To be fair, I'm not entirely sure which Village Inn locations I've been to. Um... one was sort of around downtown and one was sort of somewhere possibly near Bellevue. At least this one has a street I kind of recognize!

    Apparently, people aren't in love with Village Inn. That's ok; I'm not in love with it, either. It's the kind of place where I expect the "Flo" character from "Alice" to  be my waitress and then say "Kiss my grits." (Is that reference too old for you youngsters?)  

    But you know what Village Inn does awesomely? They provide mounds and mounds of greasy food late at night, and I happen to think it's better than, say, Denny's. When I visit Omaha, I have pie cravings, dammit. Village Inn gives me all the pie I can handle, PLUS hashbrowns, PLUS crepes, PLUS pancakes. It suits me just fine, and I'm happy as a lark to deal with the Walmart clientele and broken claw prize machines for this.

    30/03/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    4. Annabanana N.
    Oh Village Inn why are you one of the few places open late late night? I've had many o'drunken nights here. Usually when I am intoxicated any food tastes good (ex. mongolian beef sandwhich/leftover takeout in a some bread=heaven). But all I have to say is that even when drunk, the food was hardly mediocre. Had a few bites of a side of biscuits and gravy, not good. Chicken fried steak (usually my favorite at similar establishments), greasy and could only take in a few bites. Husband had some sort of sandwhich with relish, took one bite and plopped it down and said, "blegh."

    Can anyone tell me some good places for some late night grub? That would be greatly appreciated because I don't want to have to resort to this place yet again.

    10/06/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Matthew O.
    Some of the previous reviewers are missing the point of Village Inn.  No one should go here for a fine meal, it is about the experience.  It is ment to be experienced either drunk or hungover.  

    The food is passable, but nothing to write home about.   How can one really screw up breakfast anyway?  

    I don't know why they have lunch and dinner type food on the menu, this is a breakfast place in my book.

    I have always enjoyed the people watching at the various VIs I have been to around the country and this location is no different.  I think maybe the same people must be following me around, every VI has the same clientele: old people, maybe a couple truck driver types, a Joe Dirt lookalike, some sort of counter culture types (goths, trannys, punk rockers, or hippies) and me.

    If you decide to visit this Village Inn, just remember you can always achieve happiness when you have low expectations.

    12/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Royal B.
    If you are looking for a location for take out pie only, great.  Much beyond that would be stretch in my book.  

    I am sorry to say that in my last 4 visits to this location, my expectations were met.  On the last visit (last week) the server was not sober.  The 3 managers in the dinning room were blind to the lack of service going on.  Food was cold and not prepared as ordered.  Refills were not plenty.  No prebusing.  No I don't go to VI for 5 star service, but I do expect that the essentials are completed.

    I gave the manager an opportunity for service recovery at the register, 3 different times.  He was so clueless.  It will be a long time before I will try this location again.

    (North 90th in Omaha, North 72nd in Omaha and Council Bluffs are my favorite locations)

    23/02/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    7. Mark J.
    When you're comparing this on the same level as Shoney's or Perkins... this takes the lead. The menu is huge and they serve breakfast or lunch at anytime during the day. Definitely save room for a piece of pie. My favorite is the chocolate peanut butter cup.

    25/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Tiffany R.
    Well, originally a classmate and I went there to study late night.  Obviously not being the only ones with that Idea, there were actually quite a few kids from campus.  Minus the  small minority of students, the crowd is kind of a little rough on the edge, and on top of completing our studies we had live entertainment when the drunks came in!  What an awesome way to procrastinate even more!  

    The food I ordered to snack on was cheese fries with ranch.  Was unsure what the white runny stuff on my fries could have been..I did a double take to ensure I was still sitting in an all american restaurant as I am used of seeing highly processed yellow melted shredded cheese on top of these little things.  Nevertheless, I ate them and what do you know, they were pretty ok.  About 45 minutes later when my fries were cold, I received a ramekin of ranch.  Our waitress said, "Sorry I had to wipe one out, we were super busy."  Sure enough I looked at the bowl and saw something dried underneath the ranch...I received a dirty bowl....and that cured my need for an oral fixation while studying.  Can someone give me a cigarette instead please?!

    29/09/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Tim C.
    The food at all Village Inns I have eatten at is basically the same. What sticks out about the 44th and Dodge location was the diverse crowd. It looked like every 12 Step program in Omaha stopped by at 9 pm this evening to eat and drink coffee.

    It was the best time I had people watching since I have been back to Omaha. Everyone was being themselves and actually appearing to really enjoying the experience.

    The food was typical and service was good.

    19/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    10. Jason G.
    I started my quest for the best huevos rancheros here...yes a Village Inn...granted I don't have a basis for comparison yet, but I will say that I was pleasantly surprised with what I got...they did the eggs right and brought me out extra salsa without any hassle...the beans were your typical re-fried beans, so nothing spectacular there...but the tortillas were fine and even the hashbrowns were good...but what surprised me was the server...I've usually gotten pretty good service here, but today the waitress was really on her A game...plus it was free pie day and I had one of the best pieces I'd ever had anywhere...it was a special type of peach pie and it was really good...and I generally hate peach anything...

    23/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Fati A.
    For it to be 3am, this place is pretty busy. My boyfriend, friend, and I wanted to get some late night breakfast and decided to try Village Inn. The one on 72nd was closing we drove to the one on 44th and Dodge which is open 24 hours.

    In my opinion I rate this place 2 stars, there was no one in the front to seat us and we had to wait for about 10 minutes to get seated. And we're hungry lol

    As I write this review... We're still waiting for our food.

    19/04/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    12. Snow M.
    Sometimes it's just a quick, cheap meal, sometimes it's a need for breakfast for dinner. VI is better than Denny's and IHOP by a long shot. It isn't fine dinning, It's cheap casual. Are ya sensing a theme? And I think they make their pancakes with crack.

    Friday night around 8:30pm I wander in and get seated right away. The waitstaff was friendly and they smiled! I like people who smile. I decided on the chicken fried steak skillet. It comes on a small cast iron skillet, diced potatoes and onions on the bottom, diced CFS and covered in country gravy. It comes with two eggs, I got mine sunny side up and on top of the whole thing. I like to pop the yolks and mix it all together after I nearly drown it in Tabasco. That dish also comes with three small pancakes.

    Maybe it was because it was after work, maybe because it was Village Inn but the stars aligned and it was all so very tasty. I would have licked the plate and maybe ordered more pancakes but I was saving room for pie.

    PIE! Is it possible you are unaware of the deliciousness that is Village Inn pie? Pro-tip, Weds is free slice of pie day. Order a meal and get a slice of pie free. I ordered the Boston Cream. For me, it wasn't a winner but I guarantee you the Chocolate Caramel Silk pie will be and eye rolling, swoon inspiring mouthful.

    Sometimes you just need shabby casual where they don't judge you.

    25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0