Grane in Omaha Nebraska

By Shivana Maharaj
March 16, 2015

Outside of Grane in Midtown Crossing Omaha Nebraska.

Outside of Grane in Midtown Crossing Omaha Nebraska. / Courtesy Grane

Whisky Dispensary System.  ‘Nough Said.  Grane in Midtown crossing Omaha.  Mixologist and general manager Phil Cacciatore and owner Dan Matuszek offer premier and small batch whiskies, and handmade whiskey-based craft cocktails.  Prohibition-style house Old Fashioned on tap.

Any self respecting single malt scotch would want its final resting place to be Grane in Midtown Crossing, Omaha — home to a dispensary system by the ounce that allows customers to sample a variety of whisky from classics like Highland Park and Ardberg to rare whiskies like Japanese Nikka Taketsuru 17 year old and French Bastille 1789. Owner Dan Matuszek talks to me about everything from the old fashioned cocktail on tap, to décor. “The brick on that wall is from an 1870s brewery in Cleveland— we really wanted to create a brand around the repeal of prohibition,” he reveals.

Bartender Devon at Grane in Omaha Nebraska

Bartender Devon at Grane in Omaha Nebraska. / K&S Media

The stellar whisky dispensary system at Grane in Omaha.

The stellar whisky dispensary system at Grane in Omaha. /Courtesy Grane

Sitting at the glistening bar, with more than 400 bottles of whisky, I mull over the menu until I finally settle for Auchentoshan‘s Three Wood, the dark amber liquid reveals citrus and butterscotch characteristics and I ponder my next choice.


This article on Grane first appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.