Lincoln’s Oldest Village Inn Closed

Village Inn 29 & O (courtesy

Doors are locked at Village Inn, 29th and O. It’s Lincoln’s first V-I, opening in 1969.  The sign on the front door says it closed last Sunday.  An employee told our media partner, 10/11 NEWS a financial decision led to the closure.  The Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department suspended the restaurant’s license twice for cockroaches in 2017, but it is unclear if the violations relate to the closure.





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