Bellevue >Bars & Clubs > Ham's Bellevue Bar
2303 Lincoln Rd, Bellevue, NE | Directions 6800541.135245 -95.907168
Best place in Bellevue – stationed at Offutt 82-84, worked Security swings and mids. could always get a beer and chili dog in the morning. Bartender was one nice woman, remember she had a daughter that came in and helped. Had lots of fun there. I think most people stopped there one time or the other, was lucky it was on my way home:)
WOW – I can't believe it's still there either ! I spent many hours in there in the 80's. Ralph Ham and his Mother ran the place. She would not stand for foul language !! I worked night shift on Offutt and we would go in there at 0730 for beer and chili dogs. Excellent ! Won some money in there on the "pickles" too !
Warring do not enter – #1 no women
#2 bath room big as an air plane bath room
#3 not shure if i could find the door after one more drink
#4 not the place to go no food $12 $$$$ for one small shot who in the hell has that kind of money
#5 enter at ur own risk of falling threw the floor
this hell hole rat trap sucks
it should be called (rat tarp tavern)
also im perty shure the owner lives in a mobile home behined the bar hahahah DO NOT ENTER
First local bar after I turned 21 – I spent many nites between Jun64 till Jul65 at Hams while i was assigned to Hq SAC Offutt AFB. This was a AirForce friendly bar and remember one of the bar tenders lived in a trailer behind hams. For Christmas 1964 she gave many of the single airmen a gift cause we did not get leave to go home that year wish i could remember her name.Glad to see that its still their. God do i have many great stories (memories) to tell
I can't believe it is still there!!! – I spent many a day and night in Hams in 1965 - 67 while stationed at Offutt. "King Suds" (Bill Borman) and I shot team pool, ate infared sandwiches & pickled eggs, drank beer and generally had a good time til closing time every night. AS I recall, 3 women ran the bar and they held special "feeds" - we supplied a bunch of trout for one of them. This was the first place I ever heard of or ate Turkey fries. Fights were minimal and most just had fun. It was always a warm reception and a good crowd.
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