Omaha grew around the railroad industry and its importance in our history is well-known. At the center of the nation, Omaha was a hub for travelers from all parts of the country, and really the world. This merging of regions required dining cars of the rail lines to meet a wide variety of tastes and preferences. Each rail line had its specialties, and together those recipes help comprise “American” food.
Today, most people think of American food as processed, fast, and handed through your car window. At Railcar, we want to take you back to the classic American dining experience: Food that blends flavors from so many cultures, from all corners of the melting pot that is the United States. Food that warms your soul as it fills your stomach.